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The Ros Tapestry is a unique project ongoing in the South East since 1998, involving over 150 stitchers working on 15 giant tapestries panels It is an excellent example of creativity and community spirit on a grand scale and depicts Norman History...more
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14 The Quay | The Quay, New Ross Y34 PX31, Ireland
Inside an unassuming building on the quay in New Ross resides an extraordinary set of beautifully hand created tapestry panels depicting the Celtic + Norman history of this part of Ireland. Even more amazing is the human effort and talent behind every stitch. A work...More
The Ros Tapestry is WONDROUS.
The interpretive centre on the Quays at New Ross is a testimony to the shared skills of a large group of visionaries and crafts people.
It was our pleasure to follow the story of Wexford through recorder and personal headphones...More
MarionC774, Development Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded August 7, 2018
Thank you so much for your wonderful review. It was a great pleasure to meet you and your enjoyment of your visit was wonderful to see. We hope to see you again in the future.
Not sure what our expectations were! Found building and we were given an overview by a knowledgeable and friendly lady. We were given audio equipment and allowed to wander around the tapestries and listen to the history - enthralling. Went upstairs to look at the...More
MarionC774, Dev. Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded August 1, 2018
Thank you for your wonderful review much appreciated. We do hope you will visit again.
We have been visiting the tapestry since 2007 and now the story of New Ross is nearing completion. If you stitch in any form this is a must. Hopefully next time we visit the tapestry will have a suitable, permanent home that will preserve this...More
MarionC774, Development Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded July 6, 2018
Thank you so much for your response, we are delighted you enjoyed your visit.
Such an interesting tour !! The way it's don't is really clever. There A no guide just head phones and everyone goes along listening to a podcast in their own time. No rushing... lots of time to admire the stitch work.
Thank sugar m
MarionC774, Development Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded February 15, 2018
Thank you so much for your kind response to your visit. We are delighted you enjoyed the experience.
This is a wonderful place to bring young or old as it s equally enjoyable for all ages. The Tapestries are beautifully done and give a very good insight to the history of the area. There is the option of a guided or self guided...More
Marion C, Development Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded February 9, 2018
Thank you so much for your wonderful review we are so happy you enjoyed your visit.
Wonderful experience, not to be missed and can so easily happen. On the quay in New Ross just across the street from the statue of JFK.
The tapestries are so beautifully done and very colourful and the history contained in them is so interesting, which...More
What a magical place hidden in a small building in New Ross! Unbelievable work by volunteers. They are an amazing group who do such amazing work. The 2 ladies that gave the tour have a vast knowledge of all this work and history.
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MarionC774, Development Officer at Ros Tapestry Exhibition Center, responded to this reviewResponded October 27, 2017
Thank you so much Patricia your group was a real pleasure to meet, hope you and the ladies had a wonderful trip
If you enhoy and admire painstakingly handcrafted tapestry you'll be enchanted by this work, the output of several people over many years. If you're looking for unambiguous history it must be regarded with some reservations.