Ballymore Historic Features

086 354 1407 Email Ballymore,
Camolin,
Enniscorthy,
Co Wexford
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Opening Hours: Open Sundays only 2pm to 6pm – May 2nd to June 27th, Fridays Saturdays and Sundays – July 2nd to September 5th and also Bank holiday Mondays between 2pm and 6pm. Groups are welcome by appointment. Ballymore Historic Features includes an Award Winning Family Museum, Picture Gallery, Farm Display, 1798 Exhibition Period Residence…

Irish National Heritage Park

053 912 0733 Email Newtown
Ferrycarrig,
Co. Wexford
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Opening Hours May-August 9.30-6.30 (last Admission time 5pm), September-April 9.30-5.30pm (last Admission time 3-4pm) A visit to the Irish National Heritage Park is like no other you can imagine. Surprises await around every turn as you explore 35 acres of this remarkable heritage trail. From Campsite to Ringfort, from Mill to Fulacht Fiadh, from Crannog…

Enniscorthy Castle

053 923 4699 Email Castle Hill,
Enniscorthy,
Co. Wexford
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<Renovated and Refurbished, Enniscorthy Castle explores the Development of the Castle and Town from its earliest Anglo-Norman origins (12th Century) through the 16th century with recreations of Rooms of the last residents, Mr. Henry J. Roche and his family, who lived here from 1903 to 1951. The Exhibitions also explore the 1916 Rising in Enniscorthy…

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.…

Ballyhack Castle

051 389 468 Ballyhack,
Co. Wexford.
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Ballyhack Castle is located on a steep slope in a commanding position overlooking Waterford Estuary. The castle, a large Tower House, is thought to have been built c. 1450 by the Knights Hospitallers of St. John, one of the two great Military Orders founded at the beginning of the 12th Century at the time of…

The Bay Garden

053 938 3349 Email Camolin,
Enniscorthy,
Co Wexford
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The Bay Garden consists of an array of “garden rooms”, each with its own distinct style. The Cottage Garden, The Hot Border, The Funeral Border, The Pool Garden, The Barn Garden, The Hot Border, and The Woodland Garden. Created by Frances & lain Macdonald when they moved to Camolin in 1989 to the neglected Orchard…

Kilmokea Manor & Gardens

051 388 109 Email Great Island Campile,
Co Wexford
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Opening Hours: Open from 10am to 5pm. Wheelchair accessible, Restaurant serves a la Carte lunches opens from 12pm to 3pm.   The Gardens at Kilmokea, which covers some seven acres, fall into two distinct parts. Around the House are formal Walled Gardens; set into this stonewall is a heavy wooden door which leads to the…

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New Ross Sli na Slainte

New Ross,
Wexford
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The Slí route in New Ross is 8.7Km and follows the ring road around the town and along the river. Beginning at the bridge where you will see a map sign of the route, you follow the Quay along the River Barrow and then the Wexford Road for 3 Km. The route then turns onto…

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Rosslare Sli na Slainte

There are two Sli walks in Rosslare both beginning at the village carpark on the site of an ancient killing ground. If you close your eyes and listen you will hear the cries and shrieks, Cromwell was here! The routes are truly a pathway of mixed emotions, flora and fauna. As you head north from…

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Carrigbyrne Hill – Sli na Slainte

Carrigbyrne,
Wexford,
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The Carrigbyrne Hill Sli routes are part of the Sli na Slainte network of marked and measured walking routes located along the N25 between New Ross & Wexford town. There are three, colour coded routes in Carrigbyrne Hill Woods of varying lengths. All routes start near the entrance of the forest and follow various paths;…