Ferns Castle

053 936 6411 Ferns,
Co. Wexford
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Opening Hours: Mid June to Mid September, Please call for exact opening hours. Ferns Castle was built in the 13th Century, possibly by William The Earl Marshall, originally the Castle formed a square with large corner Towers. Only half the Castle now remains. The most complete Tower contains a fine Circular Chapel, with Carved Ornament.…

Johnstown Castle & Gardens

053 918 4671 Email Johnstown Castle Estate,
Johnstown,
Co Wexford
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The Gardens consist of an exquisite Victorian Castle set within 50 acres of Ornamental Grounds. The Architect Daniel Robertson designed both Johnstown Castle Gardens and Powerscourt Gardens. The Grounds contain a wide variety of Trees and Shrubs representing the best aspects of a formal and Wild Garden. The Gardens are also Home to the Irish…

Tintern Abbey

051 562 650 Email Saltmills,
New Ross,
Co, Wexford
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Open: Mid June to late September, 10am-6pm. Admission: Applies. This Cistercian Abbey was founded circa 1200 by the Earl of Pembroke. Situated on the West shore of Bannow Bay in Co. Wexford, Tintern Abbey was one of the most powerful Cistercian foundations in the South East until the Dissolution of the Monasteries in 1536.

Tombrick Garden

+353 (0)5393 88863 Enniscorthy Website

JFK Arboretum

051 388 171 John F Kennedy Memorial Park
New Ross,
Co. Wexford
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John F. Kennedy Memorial Park consisting of 623 acres of land is dedicated to the memory of U.S. President John F. Kennedy and is located near New Ross in County Wexford. A Visitor Centre houses exhibitions and audio visual show. The Gardens contain over 500 different rhododendrons and azaleas, an internationally important collection of over…