After Henry II murdered his former ally Thomas Becket, he did penance at Selskar Abbey, founded in 1190. Basilia, the sister of Richard...
The only survivor of the six original town gates is the 14th-century Westgate. It was originally a toll gate, and the recesses used by...
Lone Pikeman Statue
One of Wexford's livelier spots, this former warehouse is a mix of old and new with a downstairs dark-wood pub with basic food and a...
This intimate low-lit restaurant opens onto an elegant courtyard beneath a canopy of fairy lights. Adventurous contemporary cuisine...
7 Selskar St · interesting places nearby
Eating, shopping, culture…this place has it covered! Irish cheeses and local produce are beautifully displayed in the food hall, the wine selection is the best south of Dublin, and the gourmet bistro gets star rating for innovative ingredients such as wild pigeon, rock oysters and smoked rabbit. The upper floors house an excellent art gallery.