The world's first Viking 3D Virtual Reality Adventure.

An exciting and dynamic 3D Virtual Reality experience lasting 30 minutes, housed in an exact replica of a Viking house found in Waterford, makes for one of the most outstanding attractions in Ireland’s Ancient East. The Viking house has been recreated within the atmospheric walls of a medieval monastery where once stood a Viking fort.

The visitor is met by a Viking comb-maker, regaled with stories about life in Viking Waterford and is invited to don a special magical helmet (3D Oculus Rift headsets) that will transport them back 1100 years and they come face to face with the great heroic and legendary Viking leader Reginald, founder of the city of Veðrafjǫrðr, (Waterford)and King of Waterford and York.

The new attraction is only 100 steps from Reginald’s great Viking tower where the extraordinary Treasures of Viking Age Waterford and a fullsize replica Viking longship are on display.

  • Meet a Viking comb maker
  • Come face to face with the legendary Viking leader Reginald
  • Takes place in a replica of a Viking house
  • Tours available in English, French or German
Open Mar to Oct

Opening times:

Open Daily, March to October


Admission Rates Apply 

See the website for admission prices.

Useful Information

Email or phone to pre-book your slot.

Public car parking on the Quay and in Bolton Street Car Park.

Getting There

Located in the heart of Waterford’s Viking Triangle

Map Location: 52.260293, -7.106579
Contact King of the Vikings

Viking Triangle, Waterford City, Co. Waterford, Ireland

T: +353 (0)76 110 2646
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