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The Father Murphy Centre in Boolavogue.
The wonderfully restored historic home of Fr. Murphy, hero of the 1798 Rebellion.
Selskar Abbey is one of Wexford’s most significant medieval ruins.
Vinegar Hill Battlefield
The most famous site of the 1798 Rebellion in County Wexford.
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.
Kilmore Quay is a beautiful traditional Irish fishing village located on the coast of County Wexford in south east Ireland.
Gallivanting Tours is a new way to discover Wexford. Less of a tour, more of an experience!
The Normans introduced vertical tower windmills like this one to Ireland.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
The Owl House Self Catering Cottage
Ballykelly, New Ross, Wexford
A little bit of thatch luxury...
Stay in one of Wexford's oldest Cottages with all modern amenities.
Craanford Mill is a 17th Century watermill housed in a domestic-scale structure.
One, two or three-Day workshops with Ireland's only City & Guilds Blacksmith, Finin Liam Christie.
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.
Tulach a' tSolais and Oulart Hill 1798 Battlefield
Take a walk through these key sites of the 1798 Rebellion.
As you explore Lady’s Island you will find an impressive Norman castle and tower, along with the remains of medieval church and graveyard.
Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens
A wonderful day out for all the family - whatever the weather.
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.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
Ferns Castle and Vilage
A 13th century castle set in the historically rich Ferns Village.