As you walk through the streets of Waterford you will notice round blue plaques with inscriptions. These descriptions tell you of important events or people connected with Waterford and the building/place you are passing by.
Waterford Civic Trust has installed over 40 Blue Plaques throughout the city to commemorate links between a particular location, a famous person or event. Follow all or part of the trail and you’ll get a great insight into Waterford’s rich and diverse heritage.
You’ll discover, for example, some of what the Viking’s built; where King Richard landed in 1394 at the head of the largest armada to sail into an Irish port; and the house where William Hobson, the first governor of New Zealand, was born.
Pick up a Blue Plaque Trail Map for the City at the Discover Ireland Tourist Centre
Waterford Tourist Office, 120 Parade Quay, The Quay, Waterford, Ireland
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