The Meadow at Sunrise, Late Spring, Looking Toward the Lake

The Meadow at Sunrise, Late Spring, Looking Toward the Lake

Guided and Group Tours of Innisfree

The association with the transcendent immanence of Yeats’ lines is perfectly in keeping with the feelings evoked by this singular place, for Innisfree is a garden of richly interwoven vistas and episodic energies, wreathed in a tranquil yet exciting atmosphere which stays fresh in the mind for many years.
Tim Richardson, Great Gardens of America (2009)

Innisfree welcomes groups in the garden and can accommodate buses of any size. Groups may schedule a private guided tour given by our landscape curator or walk through the garden on their own. Both options take about 1.5 hours, and all groups of 12 or more must make reservations. Available to groups of 12 to 50 (or smaller groups willing to pay the minimum guided tour fee of $180), the in-depth guided tours tell the story of Innisfree: the extraordinary garden, the people who created it, and the nonprofit that stewards this unique resource. Guided tours are $15 per person, including admission to the garden. Regular admission is $6 Wednesdays–Fridays, when the garden is open 10–4, and $7 on weekends and legal holidays, when the garden is open 11–5. It may be possible to visit outside of regular hours, but additional fees can apply. To check available dates and make reservations, please or fax 845 677 9343.

School Groups at Innisfree

Through a generous grant from the Ann and Abe Effron Fund — Donor Advised of the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley, Innisfree is able to offer free admission to school groups. Interested teachers must schedule their visits in advance by contacting or fax 845 677 9343.

Supported by a grant from the Dyson Foundation, the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley offers a Field Trip Grant to public schools in Dutchess and Ulster Counties to enhance classroom learning opportunities. Field trip transportation costs are eligible expenses. .