Why the visitors, from the Normans to JFK, keep coming
How the crusaders left their mark on Wexford
Ballyhealy Beach has been awarded the Green Coast Award 2015
Ros Tapestry Exhibition Centre features the acclaimed embroidred tapestries. This dramatic narrative is a tale told...
National Opera House, Wexford is a multi-purpose opera house and home to the world-famous Wexford Festival Opera. The...
A Victotian Classical House near the Slaney designed by Sir Charles Lanyon. It's surrounded by lawns, ancient trees...
Situated in the sunniest part of the country, on the extreme South East coast, Rosslare Golf Club stands on a narrow...
Relive the sounds and scenes of President John F Kennedys visit to his ancestral home on a warm Summers day in June...
Annette Whelan is a fused glass artist based in the village of Kilmore Quay County Wexford.
Tombrick Garden is located in Enniscorthy and is a member of the Wexford Garden Trail. The garden has been developed...
A weekend focussed on the piano, pianists, and the immense piano repertoire. Several international pianists,...
Wexford Fringe is a vibrant open-access, all-inclusive arts festival featuring musical, artistic, theatrical...
A festival of Irish and American history, politics and culture.
Wexford Festival Opera, now in its 64th year, brings forgotten artistic gems and masterpieces to life...
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