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LEISUREMAX

-Wexford New Family Entertainment Centre
Telephone 053 9122860

Tenpin Bowling, Game Zone, Play Centre, American Style Diner, Drive Thru, Indoor Adventure Playground, 5 a side Pitch, Crafts House, Purple & Gold Pet Centre, Beauty Salon


wexford_omniplexIreland’s first all digital cinema!

Open daily from 2pm and from 12 noon Saturday and Sunday.
Free on-site car parking.

All screens have high backed luxury stadium seating in all auditoria giving a perfect view from every seat.
Infra-red loop system in all screens.


AnglingANGLING

Your ideal destination for a fishing holiday – situated along some of the most beautiful coastline in Ireland.

It is easy to reach the rich fishing grounds around Wexford from St George Guest House, with over 200 km of coastline, it is one
of our greatest resources.

Shore angling is also a very popular pastime among the locals who can direct you the best locations.

Wexford County possesses an abundance of clean rivers and lakes to cater for the coarse and game angler; the Rivers Barrow
and Slaney are the two largest rivers


 

SealsWEXFORD BOAT TRIPS & SEAL COLONY

Boat trips around Wexford Harbour, and Seal Watching Tours out to Raven Point are provided from the
quayside, providing a mix of adrenaline and nature.


OLI OUR LADY’S ISLAND, CARNE

With the ruins of a Norman Castle built in 1237 and a 15th Century Augustinian Priory, is a national place of pilgrimage.

Lake LADY’S ISLAND LAKE

Home of Ireland’s largest breeding tern colony, it is a Special Protection Area
and a refuge for fauna.


inhp IRISH NATIONAL HERITAGE PARK

Telephone : 053 9120733

Wexford’s premier visitor attraction, the Irish National Heritage Park demonstrates mans’ settlement in
Ireland from 7000 B.C. to the arrival of the Normans in the 12th Century.

Your senses come alive with sights and sounds stretching back almost 8600 years.

Restaurant, Craft Shop, Multi-language Audio Visual, Guided Tours.


saltees SALTEE ISLANDS ~ off Kilmore Quay

Two large granite outcrops sustain wonderful wildlife and scenery, including grey seals, and good angling.

These islands are bird sanctuaries of international repute, supporting eleven species of breeding seabirds in the summer.


Town THE HISTORIC MEDIEVAL WALLED TOWN OF WEXFORD

With narrow streets running down to the quay, Wexford town has seen Vikings and Normans and has was sacked by Cromwell’s
army. It was also a centre in the 1798 rebellion – there is so much to see and do.

Walking tours available.


Ferry PASSAGE EAST CAR FERRY

Telephone : 051 382480 / 382488

The short cut between Co. Wexford and Co. Waterford crossing the Suir Estuary by drive-on, drive-off car ferry from Passage East to Ballyhack.

Continuous service with more than 130 crossings daily, no reservations necessary.


geese WEXFORD WILDFOWL RESERVE

Telephone : 053 9123129

Over one third of the world’s population of Greenland White-fronted geese spend the winter on the Wexford Slobs.

Visitor Centre, Exhibitions and Viewing Tower.


Museum WEXFORD COUNTY MUSEUM

Telephone : 053 9235926

Dating back to 1205, Enniscorthy Castle is home to Wexford County Museum, featuring an extraordinary collection of artefacts
related to 1798 Rising and the 1916 Easter Rising, significant episodes of Wexford’s tumultuous past. Including ecclesiastical, maritime, agricultural and industrial history.


1798CentreNATIONAL 1798 VISITOR CENTRE

Millpark Road, Enniscorthy. Telephone : 053 9237596

The visitor centre traces the Rebellion of 1798 in County Wexford, together with events as they happened in
Europe, the United States and Australia.

An audio-visual display on a curved screen simulates the battle of nearby Vinegar Hill.


Johnstown JOHNSTOWN CASTLE GARDENS

Telephone : 053 9142888

The harmony between great Victorian revival castles and their surrounding ornamental grounds is rarely seen to such perfection as at Johnstown.

The mature woodlands and lakes of this demesne provide the perfect setting for this turreted, battlemented and machicolated castle of gleaming silver-grey ashlar, built for the Grogan-Morgan family between 1810 and 1855 and incorporating part of a more ancient castle.


AgMuseum THE IRISH AGRICULTURAL MUSEUM – Johnstown Castle

Features include a Famine Exhibition which provides information on the potato famine during the 1840’s.

Items on display here include tools and machinery traditionally used in farming as well as farmhouse furniture.


Hook HOOK LIGHTHOUSE

Visit one of the oldest working lighthouses in the world, hear the story of lightkeeping, a story of constancy and
watchfulness.

The former keepers’ houses now play host to our first class cafe and craft shop. By Hook or by Crooke you will be enthralled.