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Wexford Wildfowl Reserve
Wexford Wildfowl Reserve is located on flat farmland on the North Slob which was walled off from Wexford Harbour and reclaimed from the sea in the 1840s partly as a famine relief project. The main habitat types are farmland and a brackish channel.
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Wexford Heritage Park
Located on the banks of the picturesque River Slaney,‘The Irish National Heritage Park’ truly is the cornerstone of ‘Ireland’s Ancient East’. An outdoor museum depicting 9000 years of re-created Irish History situated within natural forestry & wet woodlands.

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Enniscorthy Castle
Enniscorthy Castle, in the heart of Enniscorthy town, was originally built in the 13th century, and has been ‘home’ to Norman knights, English armies, Irish rebels and prisoners, and local merchant families.
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Dunbrody Abbey
Dunbrody Abbey was founded in 1170 on the instructions of Strongbow, by Herve de Montmorency (his uncle), after the Norman invasion of Ireland. It was completed circa 1220, but additions may have continued for some time.
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Loftus Hall
Visit Loftus Hall and take a tour of this abandoned haunted house with a dark and troubled history. The house remains in its abandoned state since the departure of its previous owner.
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Wells House and Gardens
Waiting to be explored is Wells House & Gardens, a Great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. Wells House has something for all generations to enjoy and share
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Hook Lighthouse
Explore the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. Voted one of Ireland's favourite attractions Hook Lighthouse is Wexford is truly one of a kind.
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Secret Valley Wildlife Park
Our family run zoo with its relaxing atmosphere offers visitors a chance to get closer to nature. Join in our keeper talks, handling and feeding sessions which happen throughout the day.
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Kia Ora Mini Farm
Our farm is a safe place for children to roam and learn about the animals and for adults to relax. We have an onsite coffee shop with mouth watering home-baking but picnics are also welcome.
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Colclough Walled Garden
This Georgian Walled Garden was built by the Colclough (pronounced Coke-lee) family over 200 years ago, before 1814.
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The Kennedy Homestead
The Kennedy Homestead, birthplace of President John F. Kennedy’s great-grandfather Patrick Kennedy, celebrates the story of five generations of the Kennedy dynasty and is still today farmed by his descendants.
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DUNBRODY FAMINE SHIP EXPERIENCE & RESTAURANT
Dunbrody Famine Ship is one of the premier tourist attractions in the South East of Ireland. Centred on an authentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vessel, it provides a world-class interpretation of the famine emigrant experience.
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Ballycross Apple Farm
A visit to Ballycross Apple is a visit to a REAL working farm, unlike other open farms that are purpose built. The Farm and its buildings date back to 1863.
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Killiane Castle
Killiane Castle Country House & Farm is situated in the south east corner of Wexford, on a narrow leafy country road – a haven of tranquility, “far from the madding crowd”.
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Irish Agricultural Museum
With one of the most comprehensive displays of farming and rural life in the country, the Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens make a wonderful day out for all the family – whatever the weather.
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Wexford Lavender Farm
The Farm has been in our family since 1950. Most recently a dairy farm, the focus has now changed to arable with both lavender and barley being grown here.
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National Opera House
The state-of-the-art building was opened in 2008 as a fitting home for the award-winning Wexford Festival Opera, as well as being built as an all-year-round multi-disciplinary performance art-form theatre.