See & Do

Things to Do in Wexford this Winter

 

Wexford is one of Ireland's top 3 places that visitors to the Emerald Isle most often take a Winter break in. Explore the fantastic things you can get up to when you visit our corner of Ireland's Ancient East as you #KeepDiscovering Ireland:

 

- Explore one of many beaches along our 250km coastline for a day out with the children or to find the best spots for adventurous Winter water activities like surfing, kitesurfing or kayaking. Are you brave enough? Discover the six Blue Flag and more than ten Green Coast awarded beaches. Be safe and have fun in the water this Winter.

 

- Take a peaceful walk around one of Wexford's many beautiful gardens, perfect all year round. With more than 10 fabulous gardens surrounding castles and Victorian houses, they are a must to any visit to County Wexford this Winter.

 

- Enjoy some of the many festivals, events and experiences that take place across County Wexford during the Winter months with music festivals like Wexford Opera Festival in its 70th year or live music events hosted by Lantern Presents, as well as events like Land of the Light at Wells House & Gardens or a literary production inspired by Oscar Wilde to name a few.

 

- Discover our top attractions, opening times and useful information before your visit. Stay tuned and don't miss what's happening during your stay at VisitWexford.ie

 

Check out our STAY section on VisitWexford.ie to find the perfect accommodation for your time in County Wexford this Winter!

 

So, what are you waiting for?

Visit Wexford this Winter and make #WexfordMemories

Book your Winter Break at VisitWexford.ie

#BestfForSun #BestForFun #BestForTrails

Craft Central

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Drop-in Arts & Crafts activities for all the family AND you can build your own bear. Most painted items can be brought home the same day! Prices range from €10-€25. Takeaway kits can be put together to make at home & we carry a nice selection of arty gift ideas too. No need to book […]

Sightseeing and Fishing Trips from Kilmore Quay

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Our charter vessel ‘Karen Ann’ operates out of Kilmore Quay, Co. Wexford. “Karen Ann” is Department of Marine licensed and insured for 12 passengers, with an operational area of 20 miles from Kilmore Quay. The vessel is fully licensed for 12 passengers we will carry 6 with COVID-19 restrictions in place. We comply with all […]

Anvil Lodge Riding School

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Established in 2005, Anvil Lodge Riding School is a small family run riding school located in the heart of Ballindaggin, just 7 short miles from Enniscorthy town and Bunclody. The school offers small group lessons, as well as hacking across County Wexford’s beautiful countryside. These breathtaking hacks take place overlooking Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs […]

Kilmore Angling

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Take to the seas with Kilmore Angling! Join Eamonn and the crew for Wreck, Reef & Deep Sea, Up-tiding, Tope & Bass Fishing or simply book a daytime or evening cruise along one of Irelands most scenic coastal regions and the Saltee Islands. Head over to our website for more details.  

Loch Mahon Fishing Lake

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Lochmahon comprises three spring-fed lakes stocked with Trout, Carp, Roach, Rudd, and Tench. Our facilities include a dedicated fly lake, specimen carp lake (up to 25Ib), and course/match lake. Private free parking, rod hire, toilets, fly fishing lessons, outdoor lawn, picnic/bbq area, overnight fishing by arrangement. Our tackle shop is stocked with leading brands, Fox, […]

Oaklands Fishing Lake

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Oaklands Lake is a magnificent 4.5 acre man-made coarse angling lake situated just outside the town of New Ross and surrounded by the lush greenery of Kelly’s Wood. We have everything you need on-site and packages that include accommodation available too. All are welcome, it is a fishing paradise for coarse angling and offers a […]

Wexford Walking Tours

Uncover the hidden history of Wexford town! A ninety-minute Historical and Anecdotal tour of Wexford’s past from its earliest beginnings, Vikings, Normans, Cromwell, 1798 and its Maritime History to the International Opera Festival of the present day.   Tours available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 11am from Wexford Tourist Office from the First of […]

Livin’ off the Hook

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Join Liam Colfer for a walking tour around the tip of the Hook peninsula.

New Ross Street Focus

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The Medieval town of New Ross is simply packed with hidden gems and stories that will take your breath away!

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 […]

Askamore Walking Trail

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The four walking trails around Askamore all begin from the trailhead in the village car park. Individually waymarked, the walks all begin by following a minor road which brings you uphill through scenery reminiscent of an Austrian valley, with trees sweeping below you, and wonderful views to the Wicklow Hills and beyond.   Entering the […]

Bree Hill Walking Trail

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The Bree Hill Walking Trail features three looped walks which start at the trailhead in the car park of Bree Community Centre located in Bree village. These individually waymarked routes provide 23 km of mixed forest trails, offering peace, tranquility and beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. It is important to note that Bree Hill […]