Location: Enniscorthy & Bunclody

Regan Organic Farm

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Meet the producers behind Regan Organic Produce as they guide you along on an observant farm tour where you will witness the rearing and production of the animals with an optional visit to the abattoir or cookery demo with a local chef. The first stage of this intriguing experience is a friendly meet and greet […]

O’ Neill’s Bacon

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Gain knowledge and know-how as bacon producer Pat guides you through a tour of the premises and talks you through the traditional, hand dry-cured process resulting in his award-winning bacon products that, of course, you will get to taste. Kick off the tour with a meet and greet with founder Pat O’Neill who will chat […]

Ballyminane Mills

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Take a step back in time and visit Ireland’s only authentic water-powered mill, Est. 1832 and home to its unique Stoneground Wholemeal flour.  Meet with the Miller, John Murphy who will take you on the tour of the three mills while giving you a demonstration on the traditional milling process that is still been used […]

Taste Wexford Food and Drink Experiences

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If you haven’t already seen the amazing experiences on offer over on TasteWexford.ie, you need to check them out. You can try your hand at pretty much anything from jam making, strawberry picking, chocolate making and so much more. Our local producers welcome visitors with open arms and are delighted to have the opportunity to […]

Bunclody Golf and Fishing Club

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  Bunclody Golf Club and Fishing Club   Bunclody Golf Course and Fishing Club is situated in 300 acres of breathtaking in former Hall-Dare Estate on the Carlow/Wexford border.  Newly opened in March 2009 it is already ranked in the top 21 parkland courses in Ireland and was recently voted ‘the Best Hidden Gem in […]

Wexford Walking Trail

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Choose from a wide range of quality waymarked walks through diverse rural and urban landscapes of assorted character. All trails are steeped in the history of the island long regarded as ‘the end of the known world’. Located in the south east of the island of Ireland, County Wexford has an exceptionally varied landscape for […]

Wexford Garden Trail

Wexford Garden Trail will lead you to some of the most beautiful, unique, rare and exotic gardens in Ireland’s Sunny South East. Our gardens reflect the history and diversity of the county and its landscape. Some of the gardens were originally laid out in the 18th century, while others were established just 10 years ago. […]

Wexford Craft Trail

The hum of the potter’s wheel, the click of the weaver’s shuttle, hammer blows to the anvil and the calm of needlework – all these are the sounds of Wexford’s craftsmen and craftswomen at work. Across this historic county in the towns, villages and down country lanes, you will find the studios of today’s practitioners […]

The Norman Way

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In 1166, Diarmuid MacMurrough was ousted as King of Leinster, fled Ireland and sought help from Henry II. Henry gave Diarmuid permission to recruit mercenaries and authorised his subjects to help Diarmuid. In May 1169 the Normans first landed in Ireland at Bannow Bay in Wexford. They set about conquering Leinster and the territories over […]

Wexford Heritage Trail

An age-old gateway into Ireland, County Wexford is steeped in history dating back to the Stone Age, over 6,000 years ago. Journey through time and meet our ancestors – Celts, Christians, Vikings, Normans, French, Welsh and English. Wexford’s history, culture and magnificent landscape is presented to you in a very special way on the Wexford […]

Our Towns and Villages

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Wexford town is a lively place, where you can experience a wonderful café culture and fine dining, along with a vibrant arts and culture calendar with something for all. A visit to the famous National Opera House of Ireland is a must along with taking a walking tour to enjoy the town’s rich heritage and […]

Gallivanting.ie – Guided Woodland Walks and Experiences.

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  “Magical, bewitching, fascinating and entertaining, I was amazed by how much I learned on an hours walk. Can’t recommend enough!” – P. O’Gorman, Dublin    Seanacaí or traditional storyteller Lorraine is known across Wexford for her unique method of teaching the history of the region through a blend of folklore, historical recordings and quirky facts. […]