St Iberius Church, Wexford

St Iberius Church, Wexford


St Iberius Church, Wexford


St Iberius’ Church is a beautiful and unusual church in Wexford town in south County Wexford.

The church’s interior is an ideal filming location for church scenes that need a lot of character or for ones that need an authentic period feel. The 18th century interior is almost untouched by modern adjustments and is of a late Georgian Gothic style. It features a Gothic inspired pulpit and a Gothic inspired organ, with rich plasterwork decoration and other detailing throughout. The beautiful interior is also unusual because of its unique floorplan – the church is wider than it is long. This unusual shape adds to the character of the room. Also useful for filmmakers is the upper gallery that gives the church more visual options. The gallery seats about as many as the lower level.

The church was designed in the 18th century by esteemed Waterford architect John Roberts. The exterior has been added to over the years and has 18th and 19th cenutry features. The dramatic Venetian Renaissance-inspired steeple is incongruous with the Georgian Gothic interior. This mismatch adds to the unusual charm of the already unusual building. The building is located on Wexford’s busy North Main Street.

The church is known for having quite good acoustics and frequently holds concerts.

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Parking: A shared carpark to the rear of the building that fits ~30 cars.

Located in Wexford town.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


St Iberius Church, North Main Street, Wexford, Co. Wexford, Y35 R3WN


Rev Canon Arthur Minion

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