The village's popularity as a tourist resort and its excellent fishing waters have ensured the development of some great tourist facilities. This old style village, formerly known as The Ford, is in the Catholic parish named Litter (Leitir, a hillside). It boasts many historical buildings, a host of award winning restaurants and pubs and ample accommodation to suit families and groups of all size. Kilmuckridge and its surrounds form a rich and exciting area to explore with a wealth of historical and natural interest. Kilmuckridge and its local beaches Morriscastle, Tinnaberna, Ballynamona, Ballyvaldon are all spectacular for sunbathing and fishing.


There are 4 lively pubs in Kilmuckridge (Hammel's, The Crosses and Boggans and Sean Og's) in Kilmuckridge which are always lively and where you will always receive a warm welcome. The are 2 large supermarkets Centra and Londis which will facilitate your weekly food shopping.


Less than a 20 minutes drive from Kilmuckridge, Courtown is a traditional seaside town now offering an array of family attractions that you won’t find anywhere else in Ireland.

Visit Courtown Adventure Leisure Centre and enjoy the leisure centre or the high octane Gravity Xtreme high ropes adventure park, try your hand at bowling, mini-golf or karting at Pirates Cove. For a more relaxed visit enjoy train rides along the sea front, forest walks or angling daytrips. Courtown offers a fantastic day of fun for all the family.


Enniscorthy is one of the longest continually inhabited sites in Ireland. In 2010 Enniscorthy celebrated its 1,500-year history, and a visit to the town provides an enlightening education on its rich history. Highlights of a trip to Enniscorthy include:

Vinegar Hill, overlooking the town of Enniscorthy, was the largest camp and headquarters of the rebels of 1798 who controlled County Wexford for thirty days against vastly superior forces, before their defeat on June 21.

The 1798 Visitor Centre is devoted to the history and aftermath of the 1798 Rising setting it in its European context.

The spectacular Saint Aidan’s Cathedral was built in 1843 and was designed by Augustus Welby Pugin, the architect famous for having designed London's Houses of Parliament

Wexford Town

Our county town is the ideal location for a great day out. In addition to its long history, it was founded by the Vikings in around 800AD, Wexford Town is steeped in arts, music and culture, with an arts centre, interesting shops and award winning eateries to keep the whole family entertained.

The stunning Wexford Opera House plays host to more than just opera; with comedy, music and plays running throughout the year. This includes the internationally-recognised Wexford Festival Opera, which, according to Frommer’s Travel Guide, has made Wexford Town into “one of the top three destinations in world for opera and music lovers”. Less than a 30-minute drive from Kilmuckridge, Ballymac offers you a great location from which to enjoy the festival.

Further highlights in Wexford Town include the stunning Victorian Johnstown Castle and grounds, and the highly recommended National Heritage Centre , where you are invited to “Enter a special place, where Ireland's heritage comes alive with sights and sounds that shaped a country and helped to shape the world”.


Johnstown Castle Gardens  

The grounds at Johnstown Castle Gardens contain a wide variety of trees and shrubs representing the best aspects of a formal and wild garden. The grounds are greatly enhanced by two lakes with folly towers and are populated with a range of waterfowl. Pleasant pathways meander through the pleasure grounds they are superbly presented to the visitor.





Hook Lighthouse

The Hook Lighthouse is a building situated at the tip of the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford. It is one of the oldest lighthouses in the world, and the oldest operating lighthouse in Ireland.





New Ross

The cultural and heritage hub of County Wexford, New Ross has it all. Some of its key attractions include:

The Dunbrody Famine Ship, which provides visitors with an interactive tour demonstrating what life was like on board an emigrant ship in the mid-19th Century, as they explore the authentically recreated decks of the ship.
The Ros Tapestries depict events around the Anglo-Norman arrival to the South East of Ireland, specifically the founding of the town of New Ross across 15 striking embroidered panels




John F Kennedy ArboretumJFK Arboretum

On a day-trip to New Ross, you can also visit the John F. Kennedy Arboretum, dedicated to the memory of the former President of the United States, it has a plant collection containing 4,500 types of trees and shrubs from all temperate regions of the world and covers 252 hectares.



The Kennedy Homestead

Birthplace of President John F. Kennedy's great-grandfather Patrick Kennedy, is a unique Cultural Museum and Visitor Centre, which celebrates the story of five generations of the Kennedy dynasty and is still today farmed by his descendants.

County Wicklow


A day-trip up to Co. Wicklow, or “The Garden of Ireland”, provides Ballymac Village guests the chance to discover some of Ireland’s most breath taking natural scenery.

Whether you visit the beautiful monastic ruins at Glendalough, the lovely town of Avoca to take in the hugely popular Avoca Mills and the location of the famous TV programme Ballykissangel, or the impressive Powerscourt House and Gardens, including the spectacular Powerscourt Waterfall in Avoca, a trip up the N11 will provide a great day out for all.