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Hook Head is located in the south-western corner of county Wexford, Ireland, formiung the eastern boundary of the great estuary known as Waterford Harbour.

Boating heritage dating from every important period in Ireland’s fascinating history, our ecoDURA panels have been used in a project depicting the history from monastic times through to the Normans and the Knights Templar and onward throughout the years to the modern era.

Hook Head is capped by the one of the most famous pieces of architecture, the Hook Lighthouse built by William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, and latterly Lord of Leinster.

It is one of the oldest working lighthouses in the world, marking the entrance to Waterford Harbour at the mouth of the Three Sisters river system for over 800 years.

Access to the top of the 13th century tower is a climb up the 115 steps for great views.

13mm ecoDURA high pressure laminate has been used in a way-finding project in the area….