3 Things to do
Ferns Castle, located in County Wexford, is an Anglo-Norman fortress dating back to 1220. The castle has a magnificent vaulted ceiling, considered to be the finest of its kind in Ireland, and is a popular visitor attraction on any holiday in Wexford.
This Centre, in Ferns County Wexford, is the original farmstead where Father Murphy the 1798 Insurgent Leader lived for many years.
The Courtyard Pub is located in the centre of the historical village of Ferns in North County Wexford. Relax by a blazing log fire or enjoy a great pint in their cozy bar.
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