Waterford Treasures

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Waterford Treasures

3 facinating museums all within Waterford's Viking Triangle

Combined tickets available.

*Treasures of Georgian Waterford at the Bishop's Palace.*

The Bishop’s Palace charts the history of Waterford from 1700 to 1970 and gives a wonderful insight into the history of what was up to the 1750s, Ireland’s second city. Waterford city boasts the finest collection of 18th century architecture of any city in Ireland outside of Dublin and its great legacy from the period is its elegant silverware and, of course, fine glassmaking. Visitors to the Bishop’s Palace will see the oldest piece of Waterford Crystal in the world - a decanter made in the 1780’s.

Admission Fees to Bishop's Palace

Adults €5.00

Seniors €4.00

Students €4.00

Under 14 FREE with family

School groups 1 euro per child (teachers and helpers go free)

Self Guided using V Guide or Actor lead guided tours on the hour.

* Treasures of Medieval Waterford *

Step back into the 13th century into Waterfords' atmospheric Choristers' Hall and the 15th century Wine Vault situated underneath.

As part of this stunning exhibition medieval cloth of gold vestments and the 1373 Great Charter Roll of Waterford are on display.

Admission Fees to Medieval Museum

Adults €5.00

Seniors €4.00

Students €4.00

Under 14 FREE with family

School groups 1 Euro per child (teachers and helpers go free)

Self Guided using V Guide or Actor lead guided tours on the hour.

*Telling Tales*

Real life characters bring to life Waterford's facinating history in these imaginative tours - Mayor Wyse in the Medieval Museum and in the Bishop's Palace Mrs. Richards. the gossipy housekeeper who has just returned from the public hanging of a mand found guilty of murding the head gardener at the Palace.

Tours hourly in the Bishop's Palace and the Medieval Museum

* Treasures of Viking Waterford, at Reginald's Tower *

Situated at the apex of the Viking Triangle in Waterford's historic city centre, Reginald's Tower is home to an exciting exhibition that uses a superb collection of historic and archaeological artefacts to tell the story of Waterford's Viking heritage. Reginald's Tower is a circular defense tower built at the beginning of the 13th century and at various stages in its rich history has been used as a mint, a prison and a military store. To this day, it remains Waterford's most recognisable landmark.

Contact Telephone No for Reginald's Tower 051-304220

Reginald's Tower is open 7 days a week

from 10.00am to 6.00pm

( last admission is 30 mins before closing)

Admission Fees to Reginald's Tower

Adults €3.00

Seniors €2.00

Student with Card €1.00

Children €1.00

Under 6 FREE

Family Ticket €8.00

Waterford Museum of Treasures has been in existence since 1999 and has won many awards and is firmly established as a popular visitor attraction in the city. The Museum celebrates the ethnic, cultural and religious diversity of all who contributed to the making of Waterford , from Viking and Norman times, through medieval and recent Irish history right up to the present.

We look forward to welcoming you!

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Venue Date
Waterford Treasures 2/21/2018 1:15:00 PM Details
Waterford Treasures 3/30/2018 9:00:00 AM Details

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