Enniscorthy Castle, Enniscorthy

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Enniscorthy Castle is situated in Enniscorthy, County Wexford. The current castle was originally built in the 16th century.
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  • The castle has a perfect location in the centre of the old town Enniscorthy. Tour guide was very kind.  more »
  • Very pleasant and knowledgeable staff, Great collection in museum of Irish rebellion history. i am sold  more »
  • Lovely little place, bit more modern than I would have liked, but other than that very nice. Friendly staff and great views from the roof. Wouldn’t make a special journey here but nice if you’re around! Also the basement is great to see a bit of history.
  • Lovely looking castle and in great condition. The surrounding town offers plenty of parking and places for food. Lovely walks along by the river and really nice brick bridges. But if your eyes are sharp enough then about 1.5 miles out on the Wexford road is a old ruin. It's very nice and on your visit dont forget to climb Vinegar Hill as the views are fantastic. Cheers

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