Things To Do In Wexford

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"Blackwater Open Farm and Fun Zone in Wexford"

Wexford – Blackwater Open Farm

Blackwater Open Farm is a day for the whole family to enjoy. Meet the animals, enjoy a picnic or have a bite to eat in the cafe, visit the garden centre and play in the playground.

Wexford – Kia Ora Mini Farm

Kia Ora Mini Farm in where the children of all ages can experience first hand the holding and feeding of a variety of live pet animals in a fabulous and family fun farm in Gorey

Wexford – Playzone

Playzone is a purpose built indoor playground for children offering Toddlers Mornings, Kids Boot Camps, School Tours and is also a Kids Birthday Party Venue in Wexford

Wexford – Quadventure

Quadventure in Wexford is one of the most established Quad Biking facilities with adventurous all weather cross-country driving fun for everybody. Party Venue
"Courtown Amusement Centre"

Wexford – Courtown Amusement Park

Courtown Amusement Park is ideal for all weathers with a good size indoor amusement centre as well as a great selection of outdoor rides including a sticky wall, bumpers, and a kiddie…

Wexford – Ballyhack Castle

The castle, a large tower house, is thought to have been built c. 1450 by the Knights Hospitallers of St. John, one of the two great military orders founded at the beginning of the 12th…

Wexford – Dunbrody Abbey

Dunbrody Abbey was founded in 1170 on the instructions of Strongbow, by Herve de Montmorency (his uncle), after the Norman invasion of Ireland.