Saint Brigid of Ireland is associated with the tradition of making Brigid's Crosses.
Different types of these crosses seen to the right are on display at Brigid's
Garden in Galway, a specially landscaped garden dedicated to Brigid and
to the four Celtic seasons.
The thatched roundhouse at Brigid's Garden in Galway, a garden dedicated to Brigid and the traditions surrounding her.
Find out here about
Brigid's life, about her miracles, and
about her feast
day and traditions.
Make a Brigid's Cross!
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