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The Irish National Heritage Park Ferrycarrig, County Wexford, Ireland.  ( Located in the South East of Ireland.

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

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Parking

Free parking is available at our Visitor Centre.

Restaurant/Coffee Shop

Located adjacent to the Gift Shop is our Restaurant / coffee shop. The Fulacht Fiadh Restaurant is themed on the archaeological and historical exhibits in the park. The Restaurant overlooks the crannog and lake with a free play area and an outdoor seating area on the terrace. Making for the perfect place to relax at the end of your visit, tea, coffee, soup, meals, sandwiches, tasty cakes and much more are on offer. Also, avail of special offers, including the Kids Menu.

Getting Here – Public Transport to and From Wexford

Direct bus routes  from Wexford Town are not available to The Irish National Heritage Park, However regional bus routes are listed below;

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

Bus Eireann operate regular daily services to Dublin and Waterford.

Ardcavan Bus operate regular services to Dublin and Limerick.

Irish rail operate regular train services to and from Dublin. Bus and road are generally faster but the train journey is very scenic. Michael Palin (from Monty Python) has this as one of his favourite train journeys.

Rosslare Europort: Irish Ferries, Stena LineCeltic Link

Celtic Link Ferries provides passenger and freight services to Rosslare and Cherbourg. Celtic Link Ferries is an Irish-owned low fares ferry company. Celtic Link Ferries service and pricing has been designed to provide a low fares, no frills, value for money service. With 3 crossings per week to/from Ireland and France, travellers now have additional options to complement the existing ferry operator services.

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 a price beforehand.

By Air

Ireland attracts many visitors from abroad and most major airlines operate regular services to Dublin, Cork and Shannon including, Aer Lingus, Ryanair and British Midland (BMI).

Aer Arann also operate a regular service to Waterford Airport, located just 70km (1hr 15min drive) form Wexford Town.  Services include flights from London Luton, Manchester and Birmingham. There are no current public transport services running from Waterford airport.  Car Hire is available at the airport and a taxi service is also available to shuttle passengers to and from Waterford train/bus station (approx 10K).  For further information visit Waterford Airport at :  http://www.flywaterford.com/

By Sea

Wexford is situated on the South East coast of Ireland and only fifteen minutes drive from Rosslare Europort. Stena Line operates daily sailings between Rosslare Harbour and Fishguard, and between Dun Laoghaire (two hours north of Wexford) and Hollyhead. Telephone +441233 647022 or visit www.stenaline.com for details. Irish Ferries also operate a route between Rosslare and Pembroke. Visit www.irishferries.com

Public Transport

Train

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 www.irishrail.ie for further details.

Bus

Wexford Bus operates a direct service from Dubln Airport to Wexford. Visit www.wexfordbus.com or phone +353 53 91 42742 for further details.

Bus Eireann operates regular services from all over Ireland. Visit www.buseireann.ie or phone +353 1836 6111 for further details.

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