Hook Lighthouse offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day

Anyone lucky enough to be called Patrick or Patricia will have the chance to enjoy a free tour of County Wexford’s famous Hook Lighthouse this St Patrick’s Day.

Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day. So, if your name is Patrick, Patricia, Pat, or Paddy, head southeast for a great day out!

The time is here again for Ireland to join together for a day (or a week) of national celebration in honour of the country’s patron saint.

With plenty of exciting activities taking place across the island and further afield, Ireland’s famous attractions are getting in on the fun.

One such attraction is Hook Lighthouse in County Wexford, which is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day.

Ireland’s medieval lighthouse – a bucket list-must

Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick's Day.
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Set on the breathtaking Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, Hook Lighthouse dates back over 800 years and should be on your Leinster Bucket List. Still standing strong to this day, the medieval lighthouse attracts a mass of visitors every year.

This year, Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day to give those with these patriotic Irish names the chance to experience one of the country’s award-winning historical attractions.

The fantastic award-winning Hook Lighthouse Visitor Centre offers guests immersive guided tours of the lighthouse tower. During these tours, visitors can learn all about some of the most amazing tales of Ireland’s Ancient East.

Plenty of festivities to enjoy – celebrate the Irish way

Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick's Day.
Credit: Fáilte Ireland

As well as offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day, Hook Lighthouse is going all out to celebrate Ireland’s national holiday.

They will also be hosting a truly Irish green theme at the onsite café. Then, the whole family can partake in a Snake Hunt on the lawns at 2 pm and 3 pm.

There are plenty of exciting activities for all the family to enjoy this St Patrick’s Day. So, a trip to Hook Lighthouse is sure to be a popular choice this 17 March.

An award-winning attraction – the best lighthouse in the world

Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick's Day.
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Set on the rugged cliffs of the Hook Peninsula, visitors are treated to some of the most incredible scenery Ireland has to offer.

Hook Lighthouse is one of the most popular attractions on the Emerald Isle; it has even previously been voted the number one lighthouse in the world!

The team here are renowned for their friendly approach and impressive knowledge. The fantastic guides make taking a tour of Hook Lighthouse an enjoyable and enriching experience for all.

Take a journey through 800 years of history at this amazing lighthouse. You can walk in the footsteps of the lighthouse keepers, who watched the coastline and looked after this historic site.

Guided tours are open seven days a week, and you can book your tour online. However, if your name is Patrick, Patricia, Pat, or Paddy, you’ll get to enjoy the experience for free.

Hook Lighthouse is offering free tours for Patricks and Patricias this St Patrick’s Day. So, if you want to find out more about visiting, you can visit the Hook Lighthouse website here.

Address: Hook Head, Churchtown, Co. Wexford, Ireland

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