Heritage Walks Overview
History and Heritage Walks in Wexford
Remember 1798 Walk
This 6 mile walk along the lanes and backroads of rural Wexford follows the route taken by the North Cork Militia to Oulart Hill in 1798. Walkers and cyclists have the opportunity to view the twelve hectare woodland park designed by Coillte and The Oulart Hill Co-op, visit Fr Murphys Well, pass the home of Edward Fitzgerald and take in the magnificent views over County Wexford. The walk finishes on Oulart Hill at the Tulach a' tSolais Monument which represents the divide between the old and the new world.
Town Heritage Walks
Two of these are walking trails which are set within the Towns of New Ross, Wexford and Enniscorthy, which follow the towns development and history. Details and maps a listed below and more information can be found on www.wexfordcorp.ie and www.enniscorthy.ie
- Enniscorthy Town Heritage Walk Information (PDF Document, 82 kbs)
- Wexford Town Heritage Walk Brochure (PDF Document, 1,380 kbs)