Dungarvan Castle, built at the mouth of the River Colligan, is an Anglo-Norman fortification founded in 1185. From here, soldiers could command the narrow strip of land to the south of the Comeragh Mountains. The castle consists of a polygonal shell keep with an enclosing curtain wall, a corner tower and a gate tower.
The barracks is now restored and houses an informative exhibition on the history of the castle.
Closed for the 2020 season
Further information available at www.heritageireland.ie
Admission Prices 2020:
Leaflet/Guide Book : English, Irish, French & German.
Audio-visual exhibition, toilets and toilet for visitors with disabilities.
At eastern end of Davitt’s Quay/Castle Street
Castle Street, Dungarvan, Co.Waterford, Ireland
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