The National 1798 Visitor Centre
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Millpark Road, Enniscorthy, Wexford, Republic of Ireland
This award winning centre, in Enniscorthy County Wexford, offers a fascinating insight into the birth of modern democracy in Ireland. The family friendly centre tells the epic and heroic tale of the 1798 Rebellion and its aftermath.
The storyline told at the National 1798 Visitor Centre traces the epic and heroic tale of the 1798 rebellion and its aftermath, using the latest multimedia and interactive computers. A spectacular audio visual presentation places the story in an international context and state of the art exhibition techniques are used to give visitors a glimpse of our fascinating journey to modern democracy.
Vinegar Hill has an iconic view of Enniscorthy and was the location during the Rebellion of 1798 where Irish insurgents, led by Father Murphy, encamped on Vinegar hill and flew their banner from the windmill. The shell of the windmill remains today.
There is a coffee shop on site.