Reginald’s Tower is the first in a trinity of museums that make up Waterford Treasures Museums. This remarkable landmark 12th century building is the only monument in Ireland named in honour of a Viking. Situated at the apex of the Viking Triangle it houses the treasures of Viking Waterford.
On display is the full set of weapons from a Viking warriors grave the only set to survive in Ireland. Also included is the famous 12th century gold and silver Waterford Kite Brooch the finest piece of 12th century secular metal work ever found in Ireland. An imaginative AV presentation on the top floor tells the eleven hundred year old story of the tower from 914 to 2014. Open all year around seven days per week.
Opening all Year
January – Early March : Wednesday – Sunday – 9.30 – 17.00
Late March – Mid December : Daily – 9.30 – 17.30
Closed for Christmas from 24th December – 6th January inclusive.
Last admissions 30 mins before closing
Average length of visit – 1 hour