Titles underlined are links to websites of organisations that state they are Druidic, other Druidic organisations not listed may also exist. Inclusion on our list does not indicate acknowledgement, recognition, endorsement or affiliation by IDN, this site is simply an information resource.

An Craobh Airgid (Kilkenny Druidry College)
Kilkenny Druidry College offers a range of courses, workshops, & retreats. A college is a place for seeking - seeking expansion of vision, learning with & from each other. Further details: www.kilkennydruidry.com


Druid Clan of Dana (An Clann Draoidheachta Danann)
The Druid Clan of Dana (DCD) is a Foundation-Center Society of the Fellowship of Isis. It was established by Olivia and Lawrence Durdin-Robertson in 1992. Groups within the DCD are organized into Groves, and each Grove is founded by a Archdruidess or Archdruid of the Clan. The Grove Goddess (or Goddess and God) may be of any race or tradition.


Druid Order of Uisnech
Founded to promote the study and practice of Druidry from the perspective of the ancient Irish. Our tradition is deeply spiritual and soundly grounded in serious study and scholarship. The Order offers among other things a teaching program to promote these ideals. We have much to share with the seeker of the Druid path and we hope that your visit here will inspire you.


Druidschool
Based in Dublin and Roscommon. Ireland's Druidschool will show you how to hold the higher awareness of the true Celtic Druid through our Homestudy Online Course and our Psychic Workshops and Healing Seminars. We offer training in how to become a Celtic Druid with Ritual Ceremony, Field Workshops and Indoor Seminars. We also share ways for you to find - Sacred Knowledge.
We present a way to the Celtic Path for men and women and show you how to walk this path as a true Gaelic Druid and we show you how to work with the Three Realms of Sky, Sea and Land.
We honour (with ceremony in Irish) an Eightfold Solar Year based on solar alignments to passage Cairns of the Tuatha De Danann. We also hold a Full Moon "Ritual of Protection" on Tara every moonth. Tara na Rí gives information on TARA and the current threat of the M3 double troll-road.
Our free newsletter also advises about Gatherings in Ireland and upcoming Events, Courses, Workshops and Seminars in the valleys and hills of Ireland. There is huge amounts of information (free) on our website that may be of use to anyone seeking the Light of Truth
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Ord na Druí/The order of Gaelic Druids
Ord na Drui was founded in 2007 by the head of Druidschool and is a full member of L’Ordre des Druides / the World Druid Order.


Druid's Workshop
The Druid’s Workshop is located in Killarney, County Kerry, in the very heart of one of the most historic regions of Ireland. Established in 2002 by life-long Druid Jon G. Hughes, the Druid’s Workshop was established with three main objectives:
To offer the benefits of many years of research into Celtic Plant Lore through a range of products and services that respond to the needs of today’s individuals.
To promote the use of both the physical and the Magical/Spiritual benefits of traditional Celtic Plant lore.
To dispel the many and various misapprehensions about Celtic Paganism and the role of the Druid.


Fainne Na nDroithe Circle of Druids (formerly Conradh Draoithe na h'Eireann)
The group formerly Conradh Draoithe na h'Eireann has dissolved as of 26th Nov 2006 and is reforming as Fainne na nDroithe.


Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids (International)
Although not based in Ireland it has several hundred members in NI and ROI.
Offers correspondence courses worldwide (3 levels) and organises events and for the order and also public gatherings. Publishes 'Touchstone' magazine available to members.

British Druid Order ( N. Ireland)
F
ormed in 1979 in England as part of a personal quest to recreate a native British spirituality and is currently under the guidance of founder, Philip Shallcrass, has some Irish members. Publishes 'The Druid's Voice' magazine.


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