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The Normans were devout Christians. Thanks to this, medieval religious structures such as St Iberius’ Church are still standing here today.
Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens
A wonderful day out for all the family - whatever the weather.
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.
Discover the Norman Way in a horse drawn carriage
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.
Ring Fort Stay Over
The Irish National Heritage Park is delighted to offer you a unique opportunity to experience life in Early Medieval Ireland.
Three Looped Walks on Sliabh Bhuí and home to Best Public Park in Ireland 2015.
Browne Clayton Monument
The only Corinthian Column with an internal stairway in existence.
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.
A beacon lit on top of this formidable Norman tower may have guided ships sailing along the nearby coast.
Our Lady's Island
A place of pilgrimage.
The Grangeville Country House, a home away from home for any guest. We also host a Country Pub and Healing Centre onsite.
A little bit of thatch luxury...
Stay in one of Wexford's oldest Cottages with all modern amenities.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
The Father Murphy Centre in Boolavogue.
The wonderfully restored historic home of Fr. Murphy, hero of the 1798 Rebellion.
Follow the footsteps of Anglo-Norman Knights, Gaelic Irish Kings and Elizabethan Adventurers as you uncover the story of Enniscorthy Castle.
Tomhaggard is a historic village situated on the edge of two Norman territories, known as ‘baronies’.
The Gallery @ Springmount
An art gallery space at the wonderful Springmount Garden Centre.
Walk amongst these elaborate ruins to discover medieval church architecture at its best.
Described in Ulysses as ‘’the finest place in the world’’, this designated Heritage Town dates back 1500 years.