Visitor Information

The Park is open daily from 9.30am until 5.30pm (last entry 4pm) with guided tours running at scheduled times.


Opening times:

September & October 9.30am – 4pm (Park closes at 5.30pm)November to February 9.30am – 3.30pm (Park closes at 5.00pm)March to June 9.30am – 4pm (Park closes at 5.30pm)July/August 9.30am – 5pm (Park closes at 6.30pm)


Tickets Prices 2021:

Adult: €11.00

Family (2 adults + 1 child): €25.00

Family (2 adults + up to 3 children under 18 years of age): €30.00

Children 4 years and under are free of charge

Children between 5 and 16 years of age (incl): €6.00

Student: €9.00 (17+ years of age)

Senior Citizen: €9.00

Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by adults at all times in the park.

Group rates are available on request, email [email protected]

How to get to the Irish National Heritage Park

The Irish National Heritage Park is situated approximately 3 miles from Wexford Town off the Dublin (N11) Rosslare Road (N25). Eleven miles from Rosslare Europort. Sat Nav: N: 52.348 W: -6.51673


We have free parking available at our Visitor Centre, with an overflow carpark on the opposite side of the road should it be required.

Getting Here – Public Transport to and from Wexford

By Bus

Direct bus routes from Wexford Town are available from Wexford Bus (The Bridge Loop Route 877) For tickets and timetable go to Wexford Bus

Wexford Bus operate up to 10 times daily between Wexford and Dublin city & Airport.

By Rail

Wexford is two-and-half hours from Dublin by train. If you are flying into Dublin Airport there is a connecting coach service from the Airport to Busáras, the central bus station, which is very close to Connolly Station from where the Wexford train leaves. Visit for further details.

There are plenty of taxi companies in Wexford who will also travel to and from any part of Ireland. It’s always a good idea for both parties to agree on a price beforehand.

By Sea

Wexford is situated on the South East coast of Ireland and only fifteen minutes drive from Rosslare Europort. If you are travelling by ferry to or from Rosslare Europort we are the perfect place to start or end your trip to Ireland’s sunny southeast. Here are some links that might help Irish Ferries and Stenaline both sail from Rosslare Europort.

Charity Status

The Irish National Heritage Park is a registered Charity (RCN 20204474) in Ireland and our mission is to construct, preserve and present nationally significant examples of Ireland’s heritage, fostering public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensures their educational and commemorative integrity and value for present and future generations.

If you would like to help us continue to fund the park please visit, all admissions, shop and restaurant sales go directly into running the park. If you think you would  like to help above and beyond that consider emailing [email protected]

Thanks for your support.

This project is supported by the Department of Rural and Community Development and Pobal through the Community Services Programme.