The following are three Museums in Waterford, located in the Viking Triangle, which is situated in the heart of Ireland’s oldest city. These museums are within a few paces of each other, and tell the 1100 year old story of Waterford from its foundation in 914 by Viking sea pirates. These museums are known as the Waterford Treasures.

The massive stone fortress Reginald’s Tower houses Waterford’s Viking Treasures. Ireland’s only Medieval Museum showcases spectacular Treasures from the Middle Ages. The elegant 1743 Bishop’s Palace is the home of the Treasures of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

Medieval Museum

Waterford’s Medieval Museum, as the name suggests, tells the story of life in the city during the era and incorporates several preserved medieval structures within its walls, not least the beautiful Chorister’s Hall. Read more….

Reginald’s Tower

Reginald’s Tower is the first in a trinity of museums that make up Waterford Treasures Museums. This remarkable landmark 12th century building Read more…..

The Bishop’s Palace

The third in the trinity of museums that make up Waterford Treasures Museums is the Bishop’s Palace. The palace was built in 1743 by the renowned Anglo-Indian architect Richard Castle.  Read more…..