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Ballycross Apple Farm
Ballycross Apple Farm is a great place to take a rural country walk. We have over 5km of farm trails for you to explore with your family.
Horticare Garden Centre
A charming family run Garden Centre offering a wide variety of goods and services.
Johnstown Castle was built by the Esmonde family who came to County Wexford in 1169.
National 1798 Rebellion Centre
Vividly discover the 1798 Rebellion, one of the most seminal events in Ireland's history.
Smallchanges Organic Wholefood Store & Coffee Shop
We strive to ensure that healthy, organic and eco friendly products are affordable for everybody.
We are a family run ice cream parlour .
The Unyoke Country Kitchen
The Unyoke Country Kitchen is a Coffee Shop, Bar, and Restuarant.
Combining fine wine, fine food and fine art, Greenacres is situated in Selskar and is one of the main tourist destinations in Wexford.
Blackwater Open Farm
Visit us for a fun day out for the whole family, meet the animals, play in the playground, ride the tractors and enjoy a bite to eat at our restaurant.
Simon Lambert & Sons
We're a family run & owned pub that offers breakfast, lunch and the widest variety of craft beer on draught in County Wexford.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
Secret Valley Farm & Zoo
Award-winning Secret Valley Wildlife Park is the only wildlife park in the South East of Ireland.
A wonderful café at the back of the 'In a Nutshell' wholefood shop in New Ross.
Offering a healthy and more wholesome option for lunch in the unique surroundings of Wexford Arts Centre.
Wexford Lavender Farm
Ireland's first dedicated, organic Lavender Farm!
Glenavon Japanese Garden
This one acre garden depicts the four seasons and is centred round a beautifully recreated Japanese pavilion.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
Newtownbarry House, Gallery & Garden
This majestic country house from the 1860's is surrounded by gardens, some dating back to the 18th century.
A purpose built indoor playground for children.
The Hook Lighthouse and Peninsula
A 13th Century Norman structure, built by the Earl of Pembroke as part of the development of his Lordship of Leinster.