Garden of Europe
The Garden of Europe, Listowel’s – hidden treasure, occupies a secluded corner in the Town Park. This section of the park was transformed in 1995 into Garden of Europe to commemorate, with the rest of Europe, the ending of World War II.
Twelve mini-gardens, one for each member of the European Union, are filled with over 3000 trees and plants. The garden also has a bust of the poet, Schiller, and Ireland’s only Holocaust Memorial. The garden is also a winner of the Tidy Towns National Landscapes Award.
The Garden of Europe is open all year round.