Enniscorthy Castle, in the heart of Enniscorthy town

The award winning Enniscorthy Castle, in the heart of Enniscorthy town, was built in the 13th century, and has long been home to Anglo-Norman knights, English Earls and local merchant families.

Be sure to visit the dungeon and see the rare medieval wall art—The Halberdier, dress up as a knight or lady of the house, marvel at the works of the world-renowned furniture designer Eileen Gray, and climb the steps to the battlements at the top of the castle to discover the amazing views of Vinegar Hill Battlefield, Enniscorthy town, and the surrounding flora and fauna.

  • Award Winning
  • Built in the 13th century
  • Was home to Anglo-Norman knights, English Earls as well as local merchant families
  • Rare medieval wall art
  • Spectacular views of the surrounding area


Daily, Mid-January to end of November

Limited opening times December to Mid-January

See website for opening hours


Admission Rates Apply

See website for admission prices

Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Hot and cold beverages and snacks available

SHOPPING: Craft and book shop on-site

ACCESSIBILITY: Access by ramps, slopes and/or manual doors, Mobility Impaired Walker, Seat Available, WC Accessible, Accessible Changing Rooms, Assistance Dog, Contacting the venue, Parking 2 stars

PARKING: Parking available in local public car parks (within two minute walk)

Getting There

Situated in the heart of Co. Wexford 40mins drive from Waterford on N30. 20 mins drive from Wexford on N11

Map Location: 52.501424, -6.567223
Contact Enniscorthy Castle

Castle Hill, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland


Eircode: Y21 AW90
T: +353 (0)53 923 4699
E: info@enniscorthycastle.ie
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