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All reviews car park fantastic views steep climb walk up worth the effort single track surrounding countryside well worth a visit ample parking site battle town wexford rebellion history thousands cathy
On a recent trip to Enniscorthy we decided to drive to Vinegar Hill. Pay attention or you'll miss the turn off, up along a VERY narrow road which leads to the parking lot. Read the memorial before heading up. A quick up hill walk (wear...More
Went for a stroll around the hill. Very sureal place to be. Very quiet. Great views of the area but didnt frel the need to take photos. You feel something when you are there. Well worth a trip before you go see tge 1798 rebellion...More
My partner and myself stayed in a hotel in enniscorthy. And before we left enniscorthy we decided to visit a vinegar Hill I recommend you visit vinegar Hill stop the views are amazing from the top of the hill for the sake of about half...More
We really enjoyed looking around Vinegar Hill. This, The 1798 Rebellion Centre, and Enniscorthy Castle (one of the guides there gave us exact directions to Vinegar Hill - thank you!) are all well worth a look, and build up a picture of times gone past....More
Access to the car park is via a long single track country road with practically no passing areas. However, once you reach the car park there is ample parking. The walk up to the top of the hill is quite long but worth the effort...More
Heritage Tours Wexford brought us up to the Hill. We were met by a group of 'Rebels', which set the scene to hear all about The Rebellion (I won't spoil it here with the story!). Men with pikes and Fr Murphy singing Boolavogue just made...More
It was a privilege to finally get to visit Vinegar Hill, scene if such a bloody and catastrophic battle to pretty much finish the 1798 United Irishmens Rebellion that paved the way for subsequent insurrection that finally paved the way for Irish independence.
If you know the history of Ireland and 1798, this is a must stop in Enniscorthy, it's a small climb to the top but worth it, the view and just to stand there and think about what happened is well worth it.