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Kilmore Quay & Saltee Islands
This fishing port with quaint thatched cottages has a playground, seals in the harbour, and is a hive of activity.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
Wexford Wildfowl Reserve
Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is a hub of built & natural heritage and activity.
Irish National Heritage Park
Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland's past.
The Father Murphy Centre in Boolavogue.
The wonderfully restored historic home of Fr. Murphy, hero of the 1798 Rebellion.
With three of the four main walls still intact, including the spectacular west gable wall, it is easy to visualise how Ishartmon Church would have looked in Norman times.
A tour company offering a personal, efficient service delivered by James Shannon; an experienced and knowledgable tour guide and the proprietor of Slaney Tours.
Some of the surnames found in this graveyard are evidence that many of the early Normans to arrive in Ireland stayed in this part of Wexford and made it their home.
St. Mary’s was originally built in the early 1200s by the Norman knight William Marshal and his wife Isabel, the founders of the town of New Ross.
Vinegar Hill Battlefield
The most famous site of the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford.
As you explore Lady’s Island you will find an impressive Norman castle and tower, along with the remains of medieval church and graveyard.
Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford in south east Ireland.
Tulach a' tSolais and Oulart Hill 1798 Battlefield
Take a walk through these key sites of the 1798 Rebellion.
Dunbrody Abbey is a 12th century Cistercian Monastery.
Monksgrange Garden and Norman Gallery
Our 3 acre garden is sheltered by woodland with a collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, as well as specimen trees and shrubs.
Ballymore Historical Features
Ballymore Historic Features celebrates and emphasises the past in a refreshing and unique way.
Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience
The Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience is a spectacular feature of the New Ross quayside.
Described in Ulysses as ‘’the finest place in the world’’, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1500 years.
Three Looped Walks on Sliabh Bhuí and home to Best Public Park in Ireland 2015.
Ring Fort Stay Over
The Irish National Heritage Park is delighted to offer you a unique opportunity to experience life in Early Medieval Ireland.