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This area is quite small and the market here is opened on Fridays and Saturdays. The Bull Ring has a gory history and was the site of an ancient “sport” in which dogs would over the course of a day kill a tethered bull. The...More
I enjoyed a wander through the Bull Ring street market. It's pretty small and easy to do and there are few enough stalls to feel you got the chance to see everything.
Some craft food stalls as well as book vendors, bric a brac and...More
Went to Wexford to see markets at Bullring. Alley of about a dozen small stalls. A second hand book seller with bric a Brac, comic seller was closed, local food. We were a little underwhelmed as we had read in lonely planet it was more...More
Not sure what I was expecting. It is now a small open air market with local people selling home made ideas. There was about 20 stalls. Plus out front is a small patio with a statue and a sitting area. Read what it was back...More
The Bull Ring is a small square in the middle of the old town. There are a number of small shops where local artisans sell their products at the weekend (unfortunately we visited on a Monday morning), so I have no idea what was on...More
The market has lots of history now it hardly worth spending the time to look around a few nicnac stalls and a dvd stall and that's it and this was on market day it may improve in the summer but in April it may as...More
On the weekend the bullring is host to a market which is worth an outing. It is also a site on the heritage trail with is historical significance being a place for bull baiting, hence its name, probaly not a stand alone attraction for most...More
I was a bit let down by the insignificance of this little square - just as well its past has been well-documented, for, apart from the statue of the pikeman, there is little of interest to be seen today.No doubt, the square was bigger in...More