The Irish National Heritage Park Wexford

Ferrycarrig, Co.
IE - Y35 X313 Wexford
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The Irish National Heritage Park in Wexford is a unique open-air museum that brings the history and culture of Ireland to life. Opened in 1987, the park spans 35 hectares of beautiful woodland and wetland areas. The park features 16 different reconstructions of historical sites representing various epochs in Irish history, from the Stone Age to the Norman invasion. Visitors can explore a variety of buildings and structures, including prehistoric huts, early Christian monasteries, medieval castles, and more. There are also living history performances, where actors in historical costumes transport visitors back in time. In addition, the park offers a variety of activities for children, including archery, spear-throwing, and pottery. The Irish National Heritage Park is not just a museum, but also a place of learning. It offers a range of educational programs and workshops for schools and groups to promote understanding and appreciation for Ireland's rich heritage. The park is open all year round and attracts thousands of visitors from around the world annually.