Heritage and Culture

Medieval Ferns Experience

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  Wexford’s newest visitor attraction – the Medieval Ferns Experience tells the story of our medieval past in an engaging and fun way using a range of media including virtual reality and audio visual.  Before the Normans arrived in Wexford, Gaelic kings dominated – and none more controversial than Diarmait MacMurrough, King of Leinster.  The man some […]

The Presentation Arts Centre

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  The Presentation Arts Centre is a fully accessible and multi-use art gallery and historic theatre in the heart of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. We host exhibitions, theatre shows, live music gigs, creative workshops for adults and children and so much more. Our converted chapel theatre is the star of our venue, with a dazzling stained […]

Livin’ off the Hook

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Check out Livin’ off the Hook for walking tours and beach yoga classes as well as health and fitness events, workshops & retreats on the stunning Hook Peninsula in County Wexford.   Join Liam for a Hike the Hook Walking Tour. Liam is a registered regional tour guide of Ireland and his tours are informative, […]

The Storytelling Houses of Wexford

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Scattered across Wexford, typically a little out of the way, up a mountain road or tucked away in a rural village, you’ll find the Storytelling Houses of Wexford.    Hosted by a Bán on Tí or Fear an Tí who hold the Talking Stick and bag the seat by the fireside!    Held on various […]

Gorey Visitor Centre

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Situated on Goreys bustling Main Street is the Gorey Visitor Centre. Part Tourism Office, part Craft & Design Boutique. Registered as a retail partner with the Design & Craft Council of Ireland, inside you will find a multitude of gifts, souvenirs and bespoke craft items.  From locally made soaps and beauty products to beautifully painted […]

Ár mBréacha House of Storytelling

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Ár mBréacha House is a traditional Storytelling House in on a small rural road just outside Camolin Storytelling sessions are held on the first Tuesday of each month throughout the year Anyone attending is invited to tell a story, sing a song, or simply listen to the stories, songs and experiences of other guests. No […]

Tulach a’tSolais Monument

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“The construction of a tulach or burial mound, as a place of connection between the world of the living and the ‘other world’ was common in ancient Ireland. The United Irishmen’s uprising of 1798, fuelled by the revolutionary example of the United States and France, took place at Oulart Hill. Victory led to the establishment […]

Monksgrange Gardens

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Monksgrange Garden & Norman Gallery has extensive gardens with views to Mount Leinster. A walk around some of the bucolic beds and borders is a must! Supplanting the original 18th century garden, the current layout was completed in the 1920’s. A folly castle built in 1822 adds an air of history to its surrounding garden. […]

The Makers House Wexford

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The Makers House is a creative venture set in the heart of Wexford town. Bringing together some of the finest Designer Makers from the county we exhibit and sell contemporary Irish art, craft and design created by us in Wexford. A member of Wexford Craft Trail and registered with the Design Craft Council of Ireland […]

Duncannon Fort

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Duncannon fort is a great example of a bastion or star shaped fort. Built in the Elizabethan period the layers of over 450 year history are mind blowing. Great family day out.

The National 1798 Rebellion Centre

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Fanned by flames of Revolution in America and France, the events of 1798 in Ireland are etched forever on Irish history. Vividly re-told in an exciting interpretation of events the “Rebellion Experience” at The National 1798 Rebellion Centre is not to be missed. On your visit, you will meet the key figures of the Rebellion, […]

Wexford Arts Centre

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Wexford Arts Centre based in the historic Cornmarket building was established in 1974, and we are very proud to be the oldest regional arts centre in Ireland. We have been providing art and entertainment for native and visitor alike ever since. We are thankful to all our supporters including main funding from Arts Council Ireland, Wexford County Council, Pobal and Wexford Local Development.