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Irish National Heritage Park

The Irish National Heritage Park, located north of Wexford and near an imposing tower house, the park aims to present a 9,000 years of Irish history. It covers 35 acres and features a trail of prehistoric campsites, ringforts, Fulacht Fiadh, crannogs, Viking houses and other historic landmarks.

There is no better or more comprehensive glimpse into Ireland's past than in the Irish National Heritage Park.

Among the highlights include:

- a crannog, a Bronze Age homestead on an artificial island,
- a rath or ring-fort,
- a horizontal watermill,
- a monastic settlement complete with painted high cross and
- a Viking boatyard and farm on the lakeshore.

The museum has a souvenir shop and a restaurant to round off your visit.
Address
Ferrycarrig
Co. Wexford
Ireland
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