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.
Open 25 May – 02 October
Wed – Sun 10:00 – 18:00h
Last admission 45 minutes before closing
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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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