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Riginald
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Waterford Art Walls Image
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Thetre Royal
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Thetre Royal Image

The people’s theatre!

Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife
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Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife Image

On Sunday 24th August 2014 Cllr James Tobin unveiled the bronze sculpture of Strongbow and Aoife now located at the Bishop’s Palace Garden.

Aoife and Strongbow were married at Christ Church Cathedralsoon after Waterford was seized.

St. Olaf's church
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St. Olaf

Built by Bishop Thomas Milles in 1734, it is dedicated to a Norwegian saint, Olaf. It suggest that the church was originally a Viking foundation.

Christchurch Cathedral
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Christchurch Cathedral Image

Located in the heart of Waterford City, Christ Church stands at the site of an 11th-century Viking church, where English knight Strongbow and Irish Princess Aoife, daughter of Diarmait Mac Murchada, King of Leinster, married in 1170.

Holy Trinity Cathedral
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Holy Trinity Cathedral Image

Ireland’s oldest Catholic Cathedral with almost 220 years old.

Ruins of St Peter's Church
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Ruins of St Peter

Twelfth-century church, one of the oldest parish churches in  the city. St. Peter’s was excavated by Waterford Corporation during the major archaeological examination of the site that took place between 1986 and 1992.

Greyfriars
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Greyfriars Image

The ruins of Greyfriars are all that is left of the Franciscan Friary founded in 1241.  It was one of the earliest Franciscan foundations in Ireland.

A place for celebrations, especially during the Summer season.

Blackfriars
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Blackfriars Image

This mid-thirteenth-century friary is known as Blackfriars as the Dominican order who built the friary, wore black habits.

William Vincent Wallace Plaza
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William Vincent Wallace Plaza Image

This Plaza receives its name from the famous Irish composer and musician William Wallace.

House of Waterford Crystal
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House of Waterford Crystal Image

Factory tours and Shop

Riginald's Tower
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Riginald

This tower receives it name from the viking that first founded the city, Reginald or Ragnar

City Hall
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City Hall Image

City Hall was designed by John Roberts and work began on the building in 1783. In 1904 King Edward VII visited the building.

Waterford Art Walls
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Waterford Art Walls Image

If you have a chance, we invite you to have a walk around waterford city and discover all this amazing walls!

An international street art event celebrating our fifth year this August 22nd-25th 2019.

Visitors Attactions
Thetre Royal Image
Thetre Royal
The people’s theatre!
Attractions - VT
Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife Image
Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife
On Sunday 24th August 2014 Cllr James Tobin unveiled the bronze sculpture of Strongbow and Aoife now located at the Bishop’s Palace Garden. Aoife and Strongbow were married at Christ Church Cathedralsoon after Waterford was ... Read More
Attractions - VT
St. Olaf
St. Olaf's church
Built by Bishop Thomas Milles in 1734, it is dedicated to a Norwegian saint, Olaf. It suggest that the church was originally a Viking foundation.
Attractions - VT
Christchurch Cathedral Image
Christchurch Cathedral
Located in the heart of Waterford City, Christ Church stands at the site of an 11th-century Viking church, where English knight Strongbow and Irish Princess Aoife, daughter of Diarmait Mac Murchada, King of Leinster, married in 1170.... Read More
Attractions - VT
Holy Trinity Cathedral Image
Holy Trinity Cathedral
Ireland’s oldest Catholic Cathedral with almost 220 years old.
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Ruins of St Peter
Ruins of St Peter's Church
Twelfth-century church, one of the oldest parish churches in  the city. St. Peter’s was excavated by Waterford Corporation during the major archaeological examination of the site that took place between 1986 and 1992.
Attractions - VT
Greyfriars Image
Greyfriars
The ruins of Greyfriars are all that is left of the Franciscan Friary founded in 1241.  It was one of the earliest Franciscan foundations in Ireland. A place for celebrations, especially during the Summer season.
Attractions - VT
Blackfriars Image
Blackfriars
This mid-thirteenth-century friary is known as Blackfriars as the Dominican order who built the friary, wore black habits.
Attractions - VT
William Vincent Wallace Plaza Image
William Vincent Wallace Plaza
This Plaza receives its name from the famous Irish composer and musician William Wallace.
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House of Waterford Crystal Image
House of Waterford Crystal
Factory tours and Shop
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Riginald
Riginald's Tower
This tower receives it name from the viking that first founded the city, Reginald or Ragnar
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City Hall Image
City Hall
City Hall was designed by John Roberts and work began on the building in 1783. In 1904 King Edward VII visited the building.
Attractions - VT
Waterford Art Walls Image
Waterford Art Walls
If you have a chance, we invite you to have a walk around waterford city and discover all this amazing walls! An international street art event celebrating our fifth year this August 22nd-25th 2019.
Attractions - VT