Ireland’s National Horological Museum, The Irish Museum of Time, is located on Greyfriars Street in the heart of Waterford’s Viking Triangle. This refurbished gothic style church is home to one of the finest collections of Irish timepieces in the world.
It features some of the oldest Irish made grandfather clocks, table clocks and watches. See the incredible skills of the virtuoso craftsmen who, since the seventeenth century, created timepieces of remarkable beauty and technological genius.
Don't miss the interactive display of 60 pocket watches from all over Ireland and 10 Irish longcase clocks dating from 1685-1938. The collection on display is not only limited to Ireland as there are also some early European timepieces with some dating back to the mid sixteenth century.
- Visit Ireland’s only Horological Museum with the largest collection of Irish clocks and watches in Ireland.
- Learn all about the fascinating history of timekeeping.
- See some of the oldest Irish made grandfather clocks, table clocks and watches in the world.
Visit The Clock Tower on Meagher's Quay, Coal Quay. It is a freestanding single bay, two stage Gothic revival clock tower erected in 1863.