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You feel the history of this building as soon as you walk in. To be lucky enough to have had AIDAN (RYAN) give a talk about Enniscorthy, was a big 'plus' for us. When we were last here, in 2016, there was talk of Exhibitions...More
I really enjoyed my visit to the excellent Athenaeum and its 1916 exhibition. It's a gem of a place and though very small and strangely bereft of other tourists, it is absolutely well worth your time.
It details the part played by Wexford town and...More
We were greeted by a lovely woman who gave us a quick introduction to the museum. Her father had been involved in the 1916 rising. The whole place is a full of memorabilia from local families whose relatives were connected to the rising.
The plans for the Athenaeum is an exhibition hall. We visited the first day it opened and you can still smell the fresh paint. Photos of how it was years ago are on the wall and it is fascinating to see the hundreds of people...More