The Irish National Heritage Park, located just outside Wexford Town, is a must-see attraction, and for anyone in the County who has not been there as yet, you should pay a visit, it’s well worth it.
Take a journey through Pre-Historic Ireland, Early Christian Ireland, etc, set in 40 acres of woodland, with spectacular views across the River Slaney.
Step back in time to explore historic buildings and settlements to see how Ireland’s earliest settlers lived, worked and fought.
The Falconry centre is located on the Hill of Carrig, and it is a fitting site as the Norman’s were renowned for their falconry skills.
Guided tours are run daily, suitable for families, groups, individuals and educational school tours.
For more information, booking tickets, etc, go to https://www.irishheritage.ie/
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