The Ros Tapestry
Location: New Ross Co.Wexford

Listing Description

The Ros Tapestry is a unique project that has been ongoing in the South East of Ireland since 1998 and has involved over 150 stitchers working on 15 very large tapestries for a permanent exhibition in New Ross. It is an excellent example of creativity and community spirit on a grand scale and depicts our Norman history, linking many of the Norman sites in Ireland’s Ancient East. It is one of the largest series of embroidered tapestries in Europe. Each tapestry depicts a different significant event in the history of the town and surrounding areas. New Ross is central to at least four counties which were heavily influenced by the Normans – Wexford, Waterford, Kilkenny and Carlow, and their tales are richly told in thread within the Ros Tapestries. Leaving here you will have gained a much deeper understanding of the places and people you will hear about in other sites across Wexford


Things to do , Tourist and Visitors, Bespoke/Craft


Opening Times

Open 7 days a week all year round
Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm
Sunday 11am to 3pm


The Quay, New Ross, County Wexford

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