Medieval Museum houses 13th century Choristers Hall in the heart of Waterford's Viking Triangle and is the only museum of it's kind in Ireland. This striking new building reveals the story of Waterford through the middle Ages and visitors are wowed as they go underneath the new building into centuries old vaults.
On display are the magnificent Cloth of Gold vestments the only complete pre-reformation set to survive in Europe. It's home to some internationally important treasures including the only complete set of medieval High Mass Vestments to survive in Northern Europe as well as the Waterford Charter Roll which was viewed by Queen Elizabeth II on her visit to Ireland.
Average length of visit is approx. 1 hour. Last Admission: 5.20 pm and (4.20pm September to May).
Opening outside of normal hours can be facilitated by prior arrangement.
You’ll find great value and convenience opting for a Combination Ticket to include the Medieval Museum, Bishop's Palace, The Irish Silver Museum and The Irish Museum of Time, ask at the reception for more information on this great deal.