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Tulach a' tSolais and Oulart Hill 1798 Battlefield
Take a walk through these key sites of the 1798 Rebellion.
Kilmore Quay & Saltee Islands
This fishing port with quaint thatched cottages has a playground, seals in the harbour, and is a hive of activity.
Three Looped Walks on Sliabh Bhuí and home to Best Public Park in Ireland 2015.
Tomhaggard is a historic village situated on the edge of two Norman territories, known as ‘baronies’.
Ballymore Historical Features
Ballymore Historic Features celebrates and emphasises the past in a refreshing and unique way.
The Owl House Self Catering Cottage
Ballykelly, New Ross, Wexford
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.
A Cistercian abbey founded by William the Earl Marshal in 1200 and named after Tintern in Wales.
Brooklyn Movie Bus Tour
Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford
The Walks of Wexford
Information on a diverse range of walks around County Wexfrod.
As you explore Lady’s Island you will find an impressive Norman castle and tower, along with the remains of medieval church and graveyard.
The most haunted house in Ireland!
If you are staying in Wexford and are without a car (or just want a break from driving) Gallivanting Tours is here for you!
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.
Hook Peninsula, New Ross
A little bit of thatch luxury...
Stay in one of Wexford's oldest Cottages with all modern amenities.
One, two or three-Day workshops with Ireland's only City & Guilds Blacksmith, Finin Liam Christie.
The Normans were devout Christians. Thanks to this, medieval religious structures such as St Iberius’ Church are still standing here today.
The Normans introduced vertical tower windmills like this one to Ireland.
Browne Clayton Monument
The only Corinthian Column with an internal stairway in existence.