Eglantine may refer to:
- Eglantine rose (Rosa rubiginosa), also "Sweet briar"
- Fabre d'Églantine, French actor, dramatist, and politician of the French Revolution
- Eglantyne Jebb, British social reformer and founder of the Save the Children charity
- Eglantyne Louisa Jebb, Mother of the above
- Madame Eglantine, main character from The Prioress's Tale
- Eglantine, from the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series
- Eglantine Price, from the 1971 film Bedknobs and Broomsticks
- Eglantine Took, née Banks, mother of Pippin Took
- Professor Judy Eglantine, secondary character in The Art of Fielding, the 2011 novel by Chad Harbach
- Eglantine Chattisbourne, a minor character in Connie Willis' novel To Say Nothing of the Dog
- Eglantine von Puiset, a character in the Carl Maria von Weber opera Euryanthe
- Eglantine "Harry" Knight, a character in It's All Greek To Me by Katie Macalister
- SS Empire Buffalo, formerly Eglantine, a Design 1105 cargo ship
- Eglantine House, a house in the Court of Night-Blooming Flowers
- Eglantine House, believed to have been built by the Hill Family, landlords of Hillsborough, pre. 1800; it was the estate of the Irish Mill Baron, Edward Thomas Green, from c. 1920 to c. 1973; it burned in 1990  also Eglantine Parish Church
- Eglantine (song), from the 1971 musical film Bedknobs and Broomsticks
- Eglantine Table, inlaid Tudor table at Hardwick Hall, decorated with musical instruments and flowers
- Églantine (film), 1971 French film
- "The Grove of Eglantine", a song by the rock band Styx on the album The Serpent is Rising
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