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House Tours

At Wells House

House tours are at present available at weekends. 

Due to COVID 19 restrictions and for the safety of our Visitors and Tour Guides, only a limited number of tickets will be available per tour.

Join us on Saturdays and Sundays at Wells House and discover the 400-year-old history of our 17th Century House by taking a guided tour of the house.

From August 2021 we are delighted to announce that house tours will recommence every weekend.  House Tours will take place on Saturdays & Sundays at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm. Due to COVID 19 restrictions and for the safety of our Visitors and Tour Guides, only a limited number of tickets will be available per tour.  You can purchase your tickets at the Visitor Centre on arrival at Wells House & Gardens. 

Our living house tour and expert guide in Victorian dress will bring you back to a time. To when the magnificent ground floor and bedrooms witnessed the stories of Cromwell, Rebellions and the Famine. Uncover the everyday lives of the wealthy and powerful families who lived in the estate and their famed architect Daniel Robertson.

All giving you a unique insight into the life of previous generations all the way up until the current owners of Wells House & Gardens moved in.

Female with blue dress smiling while walking into an open door
Female looking to the left with purple dress
Two brown leather chairs next to each other
White and pink flowers with the sun shining threw the windows
Gramophone on a round table
Female in a cream dress reading a book

Opening Times

House tours are at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm every Saturday and Sunday. *Though may vary on event days or when weddings are in the house. 

Please call us on 053 9186737 for our most up to date schedule. Purchase your tickets at our visitor centre located in Mrs.Stones Restaurant.

Tickets

€8 per adult | €6 Concessions (Actively Retired/Students) | €4 per child over 2  | €18 family (2 adults, 3 kids)

Don’t forget you can also explore our fabulous grounds, consisting of manicured gardens, two woodland walks, indoor & outdoor play area, animal farm, craft courtyard and much, much more!

Testimonials

What People say

It was our first visit to Wells house and we are from Wexford! We found the staff very friendly and accommodating even though we were a few minutes late for the 2pm tour.

Edel our tour guide was very knowledgeable, informative and made the tour really enjoyable. It’s amazing the way the locals protected the house during 1798 it shows how much they admired and respected the Doyne family.

We will definitely be returning for some of the events throughout the year, to see the garden in full bloom and maybe even Victorian afternoon tea!

Wells House & Gardens are now taking bookings for our exciting  2021 School Tours Packages.

School Tours 2021

We are currently developing beautiful new walks through the Magic Woods of Wells House & Gardens, which children and teachers can enjoy on their visit. Our Adventure Playground is perfect for letting the kids work off some energy before getting back on the bus. All our packages offer free playtime for all.

This International Dawn Chorus Day, we invite you to experience our own magical ‘Dawn Chorus’ with exclusive early morning access to Well House & Gardens and Woodland Walks.

Dawn Chorus Morning

Welcome the new day, lose yourself in Spring’s joyful morning song and enjoy the beautiful Sunrise at 05.51am, listening to a backdrop of birdsong whilst watching the day awaken in the enchanting gardens and woodlands, which is sure to boost your wellbeing and leave you feeling relaxed and ready for the day ahead.

Relax, unwind and enjoy your retirement with the help of Wells House & Gardens.

Active Retirement

Spend an afternoon in the dining room of the house itself and then take a step back in time with a guided house tour, bringing you back to a time when the magnificent ground floor and bedrooms witnessed the stories of Cromwell, Rebellions and the Famine.