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New Ross

New Ross in Co. Wexford is located on the River Barrow and is an important river port. The earliest settlement in this area dates back to the sixth century when …

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Athy Historic Town Walk

Athy may have been named for a Munster chieftain killed in the 2nd century, but the Kildare town is today a peaceful heritage haven, with official status as a Heritage …

Dunbrody

Dunbrody Famine Ship

T: + 353 (0)51 425239 - W: www.dunbrody.com

Located on the quayside in New Ross, the Dunbrody Famine Ship is a full scale replica of the original ship built in 1845 which transported emigrants to North America. Visitors …

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Monasterevin

Monasterevin is a small town, with Georgian houses, on a flat expanse of country, and occupies a right angle bend on the river Barrow, as it changes direction from east …

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Bagenalstown

      Dunleckney Manor Dunleckney Manor, on the outskirts of the town was the seat of the Bagenals for over 300 years. Parts of the original house, dating from …

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Goresbridge

Goresbridge Goresbridgewas named after the Gore family who lived in Barrowmount House, they were local landlords who came from Lecum in Hertfordshire after receiving grants of confiscated land. This attractive …

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Tinnahinch & Graiguenamanagh

Tinnahinch & Graiguenamanagh are very popular boating centres on the River Barrow whose character reflects a bygone time when the area was an important focal point for commercial traffic on …

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Woodville House and Gardens

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Woodville House and Gardens are situated on a working farm just two miles from New Ross, Co. Wexford. The Georgian house belongs to the Roche Family who have lived here …

Arlington House

Portarlington

Portarlington located on a bend on the river Barrow was founded in 1666 by Henry Bennett, Lord Arlington. In the late 17th early 18th centuries Portarlington was the Paris of …

Monasterevin Lifting Bridge

Monasterevin

St. Evin Monasterevin takes its name from St. Evin who became abbot of the monastery here in the 6th century. St. Evin brought a number of monks with him from his …