The only survivor of the six original town gates is the 14th-century Westgate. It was originally a tollgate, and the recesses used by...
Guided one-hour walking tours leave twice daily Monday to Saturday year-round from outside the office of County Wexford Tourism on...
Wexford Arts Centre
In an 18th-century market hall, this centre hosts exhibitions, theatre (including occasional productions in Irish), dance and music.
La Dolce Vita
You can always settle down with a perfect Italian coffee under the tricoloured awnings outside. Or have a perfect little plate of pasta....
Selskar Abbey information
After Henry II murdered his former ally Thomas Becket, he did penance at Selskar Abbey, founded by Alexander de la Roche in 1190. Basilia, the sister of Robert FitzGilbert de Clare (better known as Strongbow), is thought to have married one of Henry II's lieutenants in the abbey. Its present ruinous state is a result of Cromwell's visit in 1649.