Tibradden or Teach Bruadain (the house of Bruadain) lies between Cruagh and Kilmashogue mountains. It is a beautiful wood with a mixture of Scots pine, Japanese larch, European larch, Sitka spruce, oak and beech. At the highest point on Tibradden the site has a great archaeological feature, an open cairn and kist burial site. The site is a registered National Monument and a burial urn taken from it is housed in the National Museum in Dublin.

Tibradden Wood, Unnamed Road, Cruagh, Co. Dublin

Tibradden is managed by Coillte



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