The Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford
The Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford

The Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford

Calling all history lovers! Are you looking for something that is both immersive and educational at the same time? If so, look no further than the Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford. This fantastic facility celebrates over 9,000 years of Irish heritage and history. It showcases, early medieval, early Christian and the age of invasion, across the country. Throughout the facility, visitors can explore how the early Irish people lived and used their settlements.

Where can I find the Irish National Heritage Park?

The facility is located just outside Wexford town, along the N11, not far from Sinnot's Hill.

There are also a lot of family-orientated activities that everyone can enjoy, including foraging like an early medieval farmer. Although there are many different ways to explore the facility, the best way is to take part in one of their tours. These tours are carried out by educated guides and are run daily, with accommodations made for families and large groups. The tour guides will make sure to show you their fantastic replicas, including; Ringforts, Crannog, Viking houses, Castles and Monastries. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off and explore how a nation was formed! Come and visit the fantastic Irish National Heritage Park!

  • Gift shop.
  • Cafe.
  • Falconry centre.

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