After Henry II murdered his former ally Thomas Becket, he did penance at Selskar Abbey, founded in 1190. Basilia, the sister of Richard...
Lone Pikeman Statue
The Bull Ring is a small, open square in the city centre that gets its name from having been used as a venue for bull baiting in...
Wexford Arts Centre
Housed in the 18th-century market hall, this centre hosts exhibitions, theatre (including occasional productions in Irish), dance and...
Eating, shopping, culture…this place has it covered! Irish cheeses and local produce are beautifully displayed in the food hall, the...
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 the toll collectors are still intact, as is the lock-up used to incarcerate 'runagates' – those who tried to avoid paying.