Friday February 28, 2020

Green light for JFK visitor centre

Plans to develop a new visitor centre and exhibition building at John F Kennedy's ancestral home in Wexford are forging ahead.

25th August, 2012
Patrick Grennan examining the centre plans in the Kennedy homestead in Dunganstown, Co Wexford. Photo: Mary Browne

Plans to develop a new visitor centre and exhibition building at John F Kennedy's ancestral home in Wexford are forging ahead, with the Office of Public Works (OPW) seeking tenders from contractors to work on the project.

Earlier this year, Brian Hayes, Minister of State at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, announced that a new visitor centre and exhibition would be built at the ancestral home of the late US president at Dunganstown...

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