The Waterford Crystal Factory Visitor Centre is located on the Mall in the heart of the Viking Triangle in Waterford City. The centre includes the history ofthe House of Waterford Read more [...]
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Waterford Treasures is actually three museums in the Viking Triangle situated in the heart of Ireland’s oldest city Waterford. The museums are all next to each other and tell the 1100 Read more [...]
Reginald’s Tower is located at the eastern end of the Waterford quay, an important insight of a medieval urban defence system.
The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Waterford and Lismore.
The cathedral was founded in Ardmore in the 5th century when St Declan came across the village of Ardmore and founded a monastery.
Tramore lifeboat station was established in 1858 and operates an inshore lifeboat. Station is only open on request.
Helvick Head lifeboat station was established in the 1830s although was closed in 1969 for nearly 30 years. Now operates an inshore lifeboat. Station only open by appointment.
Dunmore East lifeboat station has been around since the mid 1850s and now operates an all weather lifeboat. Station is generally open daily and the shop at weekends.