Racontour Productions

0892223812 Email

racontour® is a GPS audio travel service that helps you find all of the places you’ll need to enjoy a break in various parts of Ireland. Racontour® and navigatour® are innovative GPS services for letting a visitor find out about all of the great gems, both hidden and famous, on their GPS device. Racontour is…

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Heritage Tours Wexford

087 32 999 00 Email Enniscorthy Co Wexford Website

WELCOME ABOARD HERITAGE TOURS WEXFORD WE PROVIDE BESPOKE PRIVATE BUS TOURS OF WEXFORD AND ALL OF IRELAND Enniscorthy based therefore centrally located in the the county, Heritage Tours Wexford will enable you or your group to experience all that Wexford and Ireland has to offer. Whether you are on a day trip by public bus…

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Bunclody Golf & Fishing Club

0539374444 Email Bunclody Co Wexford Website

bout For greenfee rates please call 0539374444 or visit www.bunclodygfc.ie for online booking. Awards Best Hidden Gem in Ireland award 2011 Ranked 57 in Golf Digest top 100 courses in Ireland Ranked 28 in Golf Digest top 30 parkland courses in Ireland Products 18 hole championship golf course, floodlit driving range, short game academy, fully…

The Millrace Hotel, Leisure Club and Spa

053 9375100 Email Bunclody, Co. Wexford Website

The Millrace Hotel, Leisure Club & Spa is located in the picturesque town of Bunclody in Wexford on the edge of the beautiful Hall-Dare Estate Guests at The Millrace Hotel, Leisure Club & Spa can enjoy luxury accommodation, Mill Bar Bistro and Leisure Club with 18m pool & Spa.  Bunclody is located just 13 miles…

Mysterious Holidays

(0) 89 2522 708 Email Mysterious Holidays
Enniscorthy
Co. Wexford
Website

Mysterious Holidays is a spot for anybody out there who would like to spend part of their holiday exploring a trail of Spooky fun places, the haunted, the Cultural, the mystical. Lose yourself into the whispering depths of our country walks and guided tours. but be careful. Anything or anybody could pop up behind youuuu.…

St Aidan’s Cathedral

053 923 5777 Email 2-4 Cathedral Street
Enniscorthy,
Co Wexford
Website

St. Aidan’s Cathedral as it stands today is fully restored in its original Pugin style using authentic colours, materials and techniques. It is now an outstanding example of the many structural and decorative characteristics of the Gothic Revival’s greatest exponent of ecclesiastical architecture. The restoration cost one million pounds.

Fr. Murphy Centre

053 93 66898 Email Fr. Murphy Centre,
Tomnaboley,
Boolavogue,
Ferns,
Co. Wexford
Website

For most of the 14 years that Fr. John Murphy was a curate in Boolavogue he lived with John O’Donohoe and his family in this house in Tomnaboley, Boolavogue.  That house was destroyed in the rebellion and rebuilt afterwards.  It was used until the late 19th Century and then fell into disrepair.  It was restored…

The Irish Agricultural Museum

+353 (0)5391 71247 Email Johnstown Castle Estate,
Johnstown,
Co. Wexford.
Website

The Irish Agricultural Museum is imaginatively staged in the old estate farm buildings at Johnstown Castle near Wexford town. The displays occupy over 1,600 square metres. Visitors can enjoy beautifully restored tractors, carts, ploughs, trending machines, stationary engines and dairy equipment. You can visit the ‘Great Famine’ exhibition which vividly reveals what life was like…

Enniscorthy 1500 Heritage Trail Bus

+353 (0)87 3299900

Hop on at the National 1798 Rebellion Centre, sit back and take a trip through historic Enniscorthy. Attractions include:St. Aidan’s Cathedral, Enniscorthy Castle, Vinegar Hill & The 1798 Rebellion Centre For more information contact the 1798 Visitors Centre or Cathy on 087 3299900Tours can be arranged to suit your day.

Enniscorthy Castle

+353 (0)5392 34699 Email Castle Hill, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford Website

<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…