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One of the great visitor attractions in County Wexford....
Fanned by flames of Revolution in America and France, the events of 1798 in Ireland are etched forever on the annals of Irish history.
Vividly re-told in an exciting interpretation of...more
All reviewsvinegar hillwell worth a visitall agesfrench revolutioninteractive displaysfront deskthomas paineinteractive experiencegreat exhibitionre enactmentbring visitorsblown awayfinal battleminute walk from the castlelots of parkingonly criticismeasily spend an hour
For 4 euros (senior price 👍🏻), this small unassuming and surprising museum is very informative with creative displays, holographic characters & great use of space. Spend 30-45 minutes- learn something.
There is a small snack area as well as toilets and plenty parking.
I loved this place, as good an afternoon as I've had in a long, long time. Such a friendky place too with the attendants full of good cheer and full of information both about the exhibit and in relation to the town and all its...More
1 Thank Bozeman-Dublin
Moira O, Tourism Representative at The National 1798 Rebellion Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 21 August 2018
Thank you very much for your review of our National 1798 Rebellion Centre. We are delighted that you received the full experience of what we have to offer. Your words mean a lot to us and again, thank you for taking the time to...More
Brought my 2 sons aged 7 & 8 here and was actually pleasantly surprise with what lies inside. It may look small from the outside but is much bigger inside. The history is quite interesting and we took out time going around reading about different...More
2 Thank Eve C
Moira O, Tourism Representative. at The National 1798 Rebellion Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 26 July 2018
Thank you for your response, Eve C. We are delighted that your experience was so positive and appreciative of your time spent here.
.....Derek, Tourism Representative
National 1798 Rebellion Centre.
This museum does a good job of teaching someone with little knowledge of the 1794 rebellion the basics of what led up to it and the result. Their approach is more experiential rather than text driven. The lay-out takes you in a circle where various...More
Well worth a visit.
Enniscorthy is a very historical town.
It also has a beautiful castle which is open to the public.
Vinegar Hill is nearby where the 1798 battle took place.
The slaney river runs through the town and there is a lovely river...More
We had limited time passing through Enniscorthy and had to decide what to see.
We were exceptionally fortunate to decide on the Rebellion Centre.
Sadly (or fortunately) there were very few people there when we visited.
The room-by-room experience was incredibly well done taking you...More
This is good but may not be open as the venue was sold recently ??? not sure why it is listed still .. check and do not go out of your way to get to itMore
Moira O, Tourism Representative. at The National 1798 Rebellion Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 25 July 2018
Thank you terryleigh for your response. The National 1798 Rebellion Centre remains open to the public 7 days a week throughout July and August 2018 and into early September. Opening Hours are 0930 to 1700 Monday to Friday and 1200 to 1700 Saturday and Sunday,...More
While this is full of interactive exhibits (I'm generally not a bit fan of those) these are well done and I feel that I learned quite alot about Irish history. There was quite a bit of thought put into the displays. There is also a...More