Wexford County Museum (Wexford)

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    Wexford County Museum is located within Enniscorthy Castle and contains a collection of local agricultural, military and domestic items. The 13th century Enniscorthy Castle is where Edmund Spenser wrote The Faerie Queene. Sir Henry Wallop lived at the castle allegedly giving birth to the word wallop. The castle was stormed by the United Irishmen in 1798 before they were defeated at the nearby Vinegar Hill.

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