Attractions

Begin an unforgettable journey through Ireland’s past, with a visit to some of Wexford’s top attractions. Vividly discover the 1798 Rebellion, one of Ireland’s most significant historic events. Immerse yourself in a reproduction of the 1840’s Irish famine emigration. Step into Ireland’s most haunted house and visit one of the oldest operational lighthouses in the world. With something for all generations to enjoy, don’t miss out on experiencing the best of what Wexford has to offer.

Gilly Thomas Sculpture Gallery

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Gilly Thomas Sculpture is located next to Gilly’s studio/workshop in beautiful, south County Wexford. You will find her Gallery two miles from Ballinaboola on the L4023 which is the road from the N25 to the JFK Arboretum – drop in on your way there. Gilly is a figurative sculptor creating pieces for the country home […]

Blue Egg Gallery

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The Blue Egg Gallery, in the centre of Wexford town, exhibits and sells contemporary craft work by Irish and international makers. Here, the owner, Mary Gallagher, organises four or five group exhibitions annually where she brings together work by artists working in clay, glass, textiles, wood, willow and metal. In addition the gallery stocks an […]

Bianca Divito Glass Artist

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A beautiful collection of handcrafted “Forever” glass and crystal gifts created by RHS Chelsea, award winning artist, Bianca Divito, are available for her charming studio at The Old Schoolhouse in Coolgreaney. Bianca welcomes special glass commissions for a variety of architectural and domestic settings and offers occasional stained glass courses to glass enthusiasts from her professional […]

Bevel Woodworking School

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Bevel Woodworking School offers a range of 1 and 2 day courses, from making your own Adirondack chair to carving a woodspirit. We host the courses at Bevel Furniture Workshops where your own bench, tools and timber are all supplied.  All courses are explained in a step by step process by the tutor Tommy and […]