Local Attractions in Wexford

Wexford hosts many local attractions with 30 sandy beaches and coves dotting the 275 kilometre coastline, to historical artefacts like Dunbrody Famine Ship to one of the oldest Lighthouses in the world namely Hook Lighthouse.

Stay with us at the 4 star Riverside Park Hotel, your choice of local attractions is unlimited and we would be delighted to help you Discover Wexford. On the banks of the River Slaney overlooked by the historic Vinegar Hill minutes from local attractions like Enniscorthy Castle and the National 1798 Centre.

Ferns Castle

Ferns Castle, was built in the middle of the 13th century by William, Earl Marshall. Today about half of the castle still stands.
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The National 1798 Centre

The "Rebellion Experience” shows one of Ireland most important moments in history and is not to be missed.

Wexford Wildfowl Reserve

A conservation site of major international importance, visited by over 250 species of birds.
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Loftus Hall

Located 1 hour away from our hotel, Loftus Hall is the most haunted house in Ireland. Take their 45 minute guided tour at Hook Head.
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Hook Lighthouse

1 hour from hotel, Lonely Planet describes The Hook Lighthouse as one of the top 14 attractions in Ireland.
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The Kennedy Homestead

Relive the sounds and scenes of President John F. Kennedy's visit to his ancestral home in June 1963, at the birthplace of his great-grandfather.

Curracloe Beach

Curracloe Beach (30 minutes from us) is long and wide with three main entrances; Ballinsker, White Gap, Culletons Gap.
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Wells House & Gardens

Visit Wells House & Gardens, a victorian house and gardens in Ballyedmond, Gorey, 20 minutes from the hotel.

Kingsford Equestrian Centre

Offering a wide range of Equestrian services in the beautiful South East of Ireland.
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Enniscorthy Castle

Enniscorthy Castle is located on Castle Hill, in Enniscorthy town. This is a 3 minutes walk from our Riverside Park Hotel location.
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Dunbrody Famine Ship

Explore the spectacular Dunbrody Famine Ship - the premier tourist attractions in the south-east of Ireland.

National Irish Heritage Park

One of the best Ireland’s Ancient East attractions and a fantastic place for a family day out

Promenade Walk Enniscorthy

A stunning scenic walk along the western bank of the River Slaney south of Enniscorthy town

Tintern Abbey

Tintern Abbey was founded by William Marshal c. in 1200.

Ros Tappestry

Ros Tapestry is one of the largest series of embroidered tapestries in Europe