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Sigginstown Castle
Tomhaggard, Co. Wexford
Family friendly
Dog friendly
Free car parking
Resurrected from ruin, Sigginstown Castle in County Wexford, is a 16th century tower house attached to a 17th century home. Open most weekends, the castle is steeped in rich history and provides an extraordinary glimpse into Ireland's past for individuals and groups alike.

Sigginstown Castle was bought as a ruin in 2016 and is now a distinctive historical gem in the sunny southeast of Ireland. On the shore of Tacumshin Lake in County Wexford, a renowned European bird sanctuary, and on the coast of the Irish Sea, the castle has seen 500 plus years of history. Built by the Siggins, an Anglo-Norman family in the 16th century, the tower has been renovated to reflect this period, as a small intimate family stronghold. The tours go up all five levels to the parapets to see the coastline, where the sea was the principal mode of travel.

Historical experiences for groups are provided periodically or through private group bookings. Open events are also available. Group tours are welcome or can be combined with an experience.

Contact details
Wexford Cycle Hub Loop One - The Norman Way, Sigginstown, Tomhaggard, Co. Wexford, Y35 XK7D, Ireland
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