A collection of toys and costumes, nearly all made in Ireland, between about 1740 and 1925. Exhibits also include toy carriages and embroidered textiles. One of the most interesting pieces is a dress made in Kilkenny about 1760. The 18th century costumes in particular are remarkably extravagant in their use of materials, colours and embroidery. Altogether there are hundreds of exhibits in the 18th-century house, owned by the Bernstorff family. Many of the items are on display in the dining room and drawing room and children can go for a ride in the Victorian goat carriage in the garden.
6 km (4 miles) NE of New Ross, off the N79 to Enniscorthy (signposted).