St Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy

St Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy


St Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy


St Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy is a 19th century Anglican church in Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland.

The building may make an ideal filming location for religious scenes that need an old fashioned church. Architecturally, the church has a fairly simple layout, but the details and objects in the building are quite visually impressive. Which means that the chapel will easily lend itself to historic scenes and should have good visual impact due to its high quality details. These details include a carved marble pulpit and podium, an exquisite bible stand with an eagle motif, a geometrically designed altar piece, and a historic Gothic-style Teliford organ. Additionally, the organ has a very visible position beside the altar, not in the choir which is more typical.

St Mary’s Church, Enniscorthy was built around 1850 and designed by Joseph Welland. Cut grey granite and pale blue limestone gives the exterior of the building a sombre two-tone look. The building is located on a narrow side street in Enniscorthy and is faced by a former parochial house from the 1860s that has been converted into shops and an office.

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Parking: None on site.

Located in Enniscorthy.

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Photographer: Gordon Wycherly


Saint Mary’s Church, Church Street, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland, Y21 A297


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