Let Enniscorthy Lead the way...

See the sun rise or set at Tulach a’tSolais on Oulart Hill Battlefield during the Spring or Autumn Equinox

Become a rebel… Relive the 1798 Rebellion at the annual battle re-enactment in June

 

Enniscorthy, Ferns, Oulart

Enniscorthy is the rebel heartland of County Wexford from the 1798 battlefield sites of Oulart Hill and Vinegar Hill, to 1916 when Enniscorthy was the only town or city outside Dublin to be seized by the Irish Volunteers in the course of the Easter Rising. Step further back in time in Ferns, the ancient capital of Leinster, founded over 1,400 years ago by St Aidan and also home to King Diarmuid MacMurrough.

There is so much history to explore here area along with beautiful gardens and interesting craft studios. Take a break at the award-winning cafés you will find in the Garden Centres in this area. Find out more below!

Eileen Gray, the internationally renowned designer, and one of the pioneers of the Art Deco and Modernism movements, was born here and grew up in Brownswood on the banks of the Slaney.

If you have an enquiry about any of our Trails - Craft, Garden, Heritage, Walking, Cycling, please do not hesitate to get in touch via our contact form here.

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