Gorey & North Wexford Website.
This is a plant collection of international standing with 4,500 types of trees and shrubs from all temperate regions of the world. It covers 252 hectares on the southern slopes of Slieve Coillte and includes 200 forest plots and a visitor centre.
The Wexford Slobs are internationally famous for wild geese which spend the winter months here. The visitor centre has many interesting exhibitions and an excellent AV show.Tel : 053 94 23129
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The 13th century Norman Castle dominates the historic town of Enniscorthy under the famed Vinegar Hill. Built in 1205, the castle was adapted for use as a museum in 1961. The County Museum has four main sections covering the dramatic history of County Wexford through the centuries - military, agricultural, maritime, crafts, industrial and ecclesiastical.Tel : 053 92 35926
The award winning National 1798 Visitor Centre is a unique state of the art visitor centre located on the banks of the scenic River Slaney. The centre uses multi-media technology in a family friendly atmosphere to tell the fascinating heroic tale of the United Irishman and the 1798 rebellion.
Tel : 053 92 37596
The award winning Heritage Park has fourteen reconstructions depicting Ireland's heritage from the Stone Age to the arrival of the powerful Normans, a period of almost 9000 years.
Phone : +353 53 9120733
Fax: +353 53 9120911
Ballyhack Castle, Enniscorthy Castle, Ferns Castle, Johnstown Castle, Rathmacknee Castle, Slade Castle.
High Crosses: at Arthurstown, Ballinatray, Carrick, Killesk.
Wexford Town is a designated heritage town.