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This is Wexford; the cornerstone of Ireland’s Ancient East, steeped in heritage and rich with history. This is Wexford; with its dramatic landscapes and breath taking views and a diversity of walking trails from which to explore them.
This is Wexford; with an assortment of towns, exciting family attractions and outdoor activities for every enthusiast. This is Wexford, with movie-star beaches and a salty sea spray, where fish and chips and ice creams cones are a staple walking barefoot in sand.
Explore Wexford’s Castle + Conquests and immerse yourself in a feeling of freedom where the tales of Vikings come to life”
Garden Theatre at Kilmokea Gardens. Take a trip down the rabbit hole with Chapterhouse Theatre Company this summer as they present the classic tale of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Join Alice as she stumbles into the magical world of Wonderland and meet a whole host of colourful characters. From the unforgettable White Rabbit and the […]
The Remi Harris Trio take Gypsy Swing characteristics and infuse them with influences from Jazz, Blues, Rock’n’Roll, Funk, World Music and more. They play an eclectic mix of original compositions, jazz standards and new arrangements of music from Django Reinhardt, Jimi Hendrix, Wes Montgomery, Charlie Parker, Peter Green and more. The show features Remi on […]
The IOAC is a superbly kept campsite which offers a number of Outdoor Activities for all age groups. All activities are supervised by qualified and Garda vetted staff. Activities include High Ropes park – which consists of 2 levels of high rope’s 4m and 7m, Jacob’s Ladder and Crate stacking. In all of these activities […]
David will introduce you to a selection of native, naturalised and exotic trees at Kilmokea woodland which is made up of a fantastic mix of trees such as Oak, Ash, Nothafagus and meet one of the tallest Metasequoias (dawn redwood) in Ireland as well as many more species. This will take place over selected dates […]
Wexford has so much to see and do so why not start with 3 of its best attractions. From the comfort of your mini bus we will take you to Hook Lighthouse, Dunbrody Famine Ship and subject to opening dates either Loftus Hall or Tintern Abbey. Dunbrody Famine Ship This tour takes you […]
Wexford’s New Passport is the Ticket to Family Holiday Visit Wexford has launched an exciting new campaign, inviting families to register for a free Passport to Fun that’s brimming with ideas for the ultimate family holiday. Wexford’s Passport to Fun is a colourful and interactive children’s guide to holidaying in Wexford, filled with ideas for […]
Best places in Wexford that cater for people with special dietary requirements We all know trying to find the best place to eat while travelling to an unfamiliar location can be a daunting task. Picking a place to suit the occasion and the mix of people you are travelling with is hard enough, let […]
While there is always something to see or do all year round in County Wexford, summer time truly is peak season for festivals in the Model County. As the air gets warmer and the days get longer, the Wintery blues are well and truly over and Summer is in full swing. And hey! What better […]
As Wexford is partly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Irish Sea, we have a number of thriving fishing villages like Kilmore Quay, Duncannon and Wexford town supplying fresh fish and shellfish to great pubs and restaurants across the county. We also have two wonderful smokehouses. Located in the town of New Ross, Kai […]
Hook Lighthouse is anything but modest as it lays claim to not only being Wexford’s most popular visitor attraction but also the oldest original operating lighthouse in the world. There is nothing I like more on a road trip than to sample the fayre and food of the locality and there are always interesting […]