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Welcome to Enniscorthy Tourism

The picturesque Town of Enniscorthy invites you to visit. It is renowned for its many festivals, friendly atmosphere and natural beauty. Our activities and attractions bring together these qualities in a great array of things to do throughout the region. There is much to see and do or simply relax and enjoy the charm of this quaint Historic Town.


Come and explore the Magic of santa's Enchanted Castle in Enniscorthy Co. Wexford 

Santa's merry and slightly crazy Elves have been busy transforming the Castle into an Enchanted Castle for your Family to visit during this wonderful time of year.  You and your kids will have the chance of meeting The Elves, Scrooge, and a host Disney and Frozen Fairytale Characters with the man himself Santa and also enjoy other activities. Join in and be mesmerised by Santa's Castle in a 50 minute tour and be ready for a whole lot of fun. For more information please visit


Start your Journey of the South East today in Enniscorthy.

Enniscorthy - the way of having fun - we've got living it up down to a fine art! There's an amazing amount going on! Perfect for an extended party with the gang, family fun filled holiday or a few days away with that special someone. Live your life! Go on, have the getaway of your life!


Whatever you're interested in there's lots to do, you'll find it here in County Wexford...



" Beautiful scenic town incorporating activities and eateries for all ages"


" Friendly small town with good facilities and plenty of heritage"


" A lovely old town, somewhat higgeldy-piggeldy built around an impressive castle"


" Enniscorthy is a hidden Gem with lots to offer"


"Cracking place to visit with friendly people and steeped in history"


" Surprisingly lovely, interesting town, sorry i didn't have more time there, will be back"


"Beautiful town, scenery, castle and cathedral, relaxing, beautiful Enniscorthy"