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This was my favourite site in Wexford. It’s full of history and we were lucky to have an excellent guide as part of a town tour. Some of the features of this ancient gateway need to be explained. I learnt the origin of the word...More
Westgate is a very impressive and well preserved tower, one of the old entrances to Wexford where a toll woyld have been charged to pass through the defensive walls. It's the only remaining ancient gateway to the town and was commissioned by King Henry II...More
Whilst visiting Wexford town, we loved walking along the pedestrianised street of main street, window shopping and visiting the many Op (charity) shops. A highlight of the visit was walking the heritage trail, which is marked with signage along the way, one of the many...More