Explore the museums at the Viking Triangle

Uncover fascinating insights into your favourite era of Ireland’s heritage in the country’s oldest city. Explore the Medieval Museum, Bishop’s Palace, Irish Museum of Time, and the Irish Silver Museum.

At the Medieval Museum, take a step back into 13th & 15th century Waterford as you explore the atmospheric underground Choristers’ Hall & the 15th century Wine Vault. Discover the medieval Cloth-of-Gold Vestments & the 1373 Great Charter Roll of Waterford – viewed by Queen Elizabeth II on her 2011 visit to Ireland.

The Bishop’s Palace Museum is a 18th-century Georgian residence built in 1743 & home to the oldest surviving piece of Waterford Crystal in the world! The spectacular 4D Story of Glassmaking is included in your ticket.

At the Irish Museum of Time, explore the oldest Irish-made grandfather clocks, table clocks and watches in the world & celebrate the incredible skills of the virtuoso craftspeople who created timepieces of remarkable beauty & technological genius.

The Irish Silver Museum offers a journey through Irish history using beautiful, personal objects as a guide to the fascinating story of Ireland & our ostentatious past.

Enjoy an Epic Guided Walking Tour

Waterford awaits! Join the ultimate guided walking tour and discover the great stories of Ireland’s oldest city from the Vikings to the Victorians. This is 1,000 years of history in 1,000 paces. Guaranteed fun for all the family & the only guided tour in Ireland that gives you access to five national monuments.


Opening Times:

Open Year Round.

See the website for opening hours.


Admission Rates Apply

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Getting There
Map Location: 52.260507, -7.108037
Contact Waterford Treasures

The Viking Triangle, Waterford City

Eircode: X91 K10E
T: +353 (0)761-102 501
W: www.waterfordtreasures.com
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