John F Kennedy Arboretum
On a sunny day, this place is so nice for families that it could be called Camelot. The park, 2km southeast of the Kennedy Homestead,...
Dunbrody Famine Ship
Called 'coffin ships' due to the fatality rate of their passengers, the leaky, smelly boats that hauled a generation of Irish to America...
The birthplace of Patrick Kennedy, great-grandfather of John F Kennedy, is a farm that still looks – and smells – much as it must have...
It's a shame that Nutshell closes of an evening, as New Ross' town centre is short on places of this calibre. Scones, breads and buns...
Lonely Planet review
The Normans' influence on 13th-century Ireland (up to 400 boats with goods for trade would be in port at New Ross) is recalled via 15 tapestry panels created by volunteer embroiderers. There are audioguides and a shop. It's close to the Famine ship.