Dunbrody Abbey & Hedge Maze


Dunbrody, Campile, New Ross, County Wexford.

Tel: 086 375 9938



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Dunbrody Abbey was founded for the Cistercian Order by Herve de Montmorency in the years following the Norman invasion of Ireland circa 1170. Dunbrody Castle was built in 1641 as a home for the Etchingham family but it was never fully completed and never lived in. Within the Abbey Visitor’s Centre is Dunbrody Castle which houses a craft shop, a museum and a large dolls’ house built to a scale of the castle. Families will enjoy the full-size maze containing 1500 Yew trees, plus a Pitch and Putt course.
Tea rooms with home-baked produce. Also local art displays.

Opening Times:
1st May to 30th September
Daily 11am – 5.30pm.
Daily 11am – 6.00pm (July & August)
Groups welcome – booking essential.



Tea Rooms

Family Golf Course