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This is the only surviving complete windmill in the Republic of Ireland. The key is available from the Millhouse Bar and Restaurant, Tacumshane.
Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford in south east Ireland.
As you explore Lady’s Island you will find an impressive Norman castle and tower, along with the remains of medieval church and graveyard.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
This tower house is a wonderful example of the sheer building height that was made possible after the Normans introduced their expert stone construction techniques to the area.
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.
Elegant and imposing, Wilton Castle is a 19th century castellated residence set on the banks of the Boro River specializing in self-catering accommodation.
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.
Browne Clayton Monument
The only Corinthian Column with an internal stairway in existence.
Wells House & Gardens
A Great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. Wells House has something for all generations to enjoy!
Our mission is to utilise fully Ireland’s wealth of ghostly and mysterious heritage and enrich the tourist’s experience of their visit to Wexford.
Ballymore Historical Features
Ballymore Historic Features celebrates and emphasises the past in a refreshing and unique way.
A tour company offering a personal, efficient service delivered by James Shannon; an experienced and knowledgable tour guide and the proprietor of Slaney Tours.
Less than one hour in length and absolutely stunning!
A castle built in 1450 which overlooks the Waterford Estuary.
Described in Ulysses as ‘’the finest place in the world’’, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1500 years.
Hook Peninsula, New Ross
Craanford Mill is a 17th Century watermill housed in a domestic-scale structure.
A Cistercian abbey founded by William the Earl Marshal in 1200 and named after Tintern in Wales.
Tulach a' tSolais and Oulart Hill 1798 Battlefield
Take a walk through these key sites of the 1798 Rebellion.