Powerscourt waterfall is NOT within walking distance of Enniskerry village, unless you've the full day. Worth the visit especially on a good day or even after heavy rainfall when the waterfall is at its heaviest.
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To be fair the waterfall is really nice and the grounds were very clean with a children's play area available. The biggest negative is the cost to get in. Most natural sights of this type don't have a charge, or is it is nominal. Not...More
Visited the waterfalls with the Mrs.. Absolutely beautiful! Lots of families picnicking, kids playing in the water and climbing on the rocks. You probably want to get there early to beat the crowds.
Beautiful water falls in idyllic setting, but watch out for midges! Those little gnats will drive you crazy!
Yes you have to pay to get in, but it is a great fun area. Lots of picnic places and lots of rocks for kids to climb about on at the foot of the falls. The playground is very good for younger kids. There is...More
Well worth a visit to the waterfall, stunning views. Plenty of walks to choice from. Coffee shop and toilets and plenty of parking.
Lovely scenery, but on the day I went, the grounds were overcrowded with picnickers, tourists and open alcohol drinking with children around. Rubbish all over the place. Got some great photographs of the waterfall, but was not worth the 18 euros we spent for three...More
The waterfall was pretty – but having since been to Torc Waterfall near Killarney, we thought that was the more scenic and spent longer there. Also Powerscourt Waterfall is pay to enter, Torc is free.
The waterfall has a drop of 132 metres and is a stunning sight. It's perfect for families to enjoy the sights, picnic, bar-b-q, walk along the paths to lovely scenery. The car park has a catering outlet and facilities so ther is something for everyone.
It is purely spectacular. We went onna besutiful day and should have taken a bbq. I didnt find admission over priced ( try sealife in bray and thats over priced for what it is!!) I can see money goes back into the area. Our kids...More