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The Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre
Hundreds of Embroideres, Thousands of Hours, Millions of Stitches. A true community initiative created in County Wexford and Kilkenny.
Follow the footsteps of Anglo-Norman Knights, Gaelic Irish Kings and Elizabethan Adventurers as you uncover the story of Enniscorthy Castle.
Tír Na nÓg Creations
Celtic heirloom ceremonial robes made from pure Irish linen woven in Wexford.
The Gallery @ Springmount
An art gallery space at the wonderful Springmount Garden Centre.
Gorey Walking Tours
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.
Discover the Norman Way in a horse drawn carriage
This seaside village is bustling with modern boats while the image above shows the kind of vessel the Normans would have used to cross the seas all those centuries ago.
Browne Clayton Monument
The only Corinthian Column with an internal stairway in existence.
Gallivanting Tours is a new way to discover Wexford. Less of a tour, more of an experience!
3D Archery Ireland
Kilmokea Country Manor and Gardens
Bring Ireland's Ancient East to life with this Norman-themed woodland archery experience.
Walk amongst these elaborate ruins to discover medieval church architecture at its best.
Vinegar Hill Battlefield
The most famous site of the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford.
Dunbrody Abbey is a 12th century Cistercian Monastery.
If you are staying in Wexford and are without a car (or just want a break from driving) Gallivanting Tours is here for you!
Selskar Abbey is one of Wexford’s most significant medieval ruins.
National 1798 Rebellion Centre
Vividly discover the 1798 Rebellion, one of the most seminal events in Ireland's history.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
Craanford Mill is a 17th Century watermill housed in a domestic-scale structure.
The Normans introduced vertical tower windmills like this one to Ireland.