- The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Waterford, is almost 220 years old and is Ireland’s oldest Catholic Cathedral.
- It is one of the monumental buildings of national importance.
- The façade is an elaborate classical style distinguished by the detail of the stone masonry.
- The interior of the Cathedral incorporates delicate stained glass windows, timber galleries and a vaulted roof.
Make sure to also visit the Christ Church Cathedral Waterford located in The Viking Triangle. Both Cathedrals were built by the same architect John Roberts, but each are uniquely different.