Hidden in a shrubbery near the main house at Curraghmore is an enchanting grotto — made entirely of shells!
The Gardens of Wexford reflect the history and diversity of the County and its landscape. Some of the gardens were originally laid out in the 18th and 19th centuries while others were begun just 10 years ago. If you like your gardens check this out.
This Wexford Attraction is a special place where 9000 years of Irish History comes alive with sights and sounds that shaped a country and helped to shape the world.
Dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the JFK Memorial Park stands on the southern slopes and summit of Slievecoiltia in County Wexford. It is an Arboretum with a plant collection of international standing.
Johnstown Castle in County Wexford is one of the great Victorian revival Castles in Ireland. This is a wonderful place for a stroll on a fine day. The Gardens are open to the public and there are some really lovely walks around the grounds.
Waiting to be explored is Wells House & Gardens, a great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. This historical house and garden attraction in Wexford has recently been opened to the public and is a great place for families to explore. Wells House & Gardens should definitely be on your list of places to see when visiting County Wexford.
There are those who think that you come to Blarney Castle only to see the Stone. But you will leave knowing that the Blarney Stone is only a part of the attraction. We wouldn’t want our virtual visitors to miss out so here’s a small sample of what you can find here.
From horses to horticulture, the Irish National Stud offers you a unique experience that can be enjoyed at your own leisure or as part of a guided tour. Come to the Stud and share with us one of Ireland’s true treasures.
Killruddery, the Gateway to the Garden of Ireland and on Dublin’s doorstep, is home to the Earls of Meath since 1618 and currently the home of the 15th Earl of Meath. It is the most significant Elizabethan Revival mansion in Ireland.
Thousands of people come to visit Kylemore every year to see the magnificent fairy tale castle and Abbey. They also come to experience not only the natural beauty of the Kylemore but to experience the aura of peace and tranquillity and a sense of spirituality.