Waterford City & County

The most famous visitor attraction in the area, one of the top 5 nationally, is the House of Waterford Crystal Showrooms in Waterford City. No trip to Waterford can be considered complete without a guided tour of the factory to see the craftsmen at work.

Explore Ireland’s oldest city by taking in a tour of the newly renovated Viking Triangle which combines a number of the city's tourist attractions and other historical landmarks in one location such as:- 

  • Greyfriars

  • Christchurch Cathedral

  • Theatre Royal

  • City Hall

  • Thomas Francis Meagher Memorial

  • Waterford Museum of Treasures which incorporates Bishop’s Palace, Reginald’s Tower and the Medieval Museum featuring the 13th Century Chorister’s Hall and the Mayor’s Wine Vault.

  • Waterford Greenway - stretching for 46km, the Waterford Greenway is Ireland's longest greenway running long the old railway line from Waterford to Dungarvan. A shared space, this spectacular greenway is a scenic off-road trail for walkers, cyclists and runners and is suitable for all the family. Enjoy the beautiful Waterford countryside and take in the idyllic scenery whilst exploring the many viaducts and tunnels that run along the route.

Outside Waterford City is the charming fishing village of Dunmore East and a number of small coves and beaches including Woodstown, Tramore, Annestown, Boatstrand and Bonmahon.

For further information on places to visit in Waterford City & County go to www.discoverireland.ie/Places-To-Go