The staff are happy to help you discover the many places of interest around the country, including The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland's Ancient East, Ireland's Hidden Heartlands and Dublin.
Drop into the Waterford Tourist Information Centre at Waterford Treasures: Medieval Museum for bespoke tips to help you make the most of your visit to Ireland’s oldest city. Explore the Viking Triangle, visit one of the many museums and savour the rich history from the Viking age right up to modern day. Enjoy the virtual reality experience at King of The Vikings or find the cannon ball up high in Reginald’s Tower. Discover the Choristers’ Hall in the Medieval Museum and marvel at the great treasures on display at Bishop’s Palace. Enjoy a tour at The House of Waterford Crystal. Wander around Waterford’s shops, boutiques, and craft areas. There is a wide range of cafés, restaurants and bars offering mouth-watering culinary delights including the Blaa, Waterford’s speciality bread, the recipe for which dates to the 17th century.