Dunbrody Abbey & Visitors Centre

Dunbrody was a Cistercian Abbey founded in 1170 and completed in the early thirteenth century and a fifteenth century tower added. It was dissolved under the rule of Henry VIII. Next to the Abbey is Dunbrody Castle and Visitors Centre with a craft shop and small museum. In the grounds is a maze made with 1,500 yew trees.

Getting there

Travelling south from Wexford along the R733 through Droichead Eoin and on to Arthurstown. Take the R733 to the ruins of the Abbey.

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