co. Waterford

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Knockeen Portal Dolmen, Knockeen. co. Waterford. 4000-3000 b.c

The Knockeen portal tomb is one of Waterford's outstanding monuments and ranks among the finest portal tombs in Ireland. It stands in the middle of a hedgerow bordering 2 fields standing at an impressive 3.5 metres (13 [...]

Gaulstown Dolmen, Gaulstown. co.Waterford. c.4000 b.c

The Gaulstown Portal Tomb is one of the finest dolmens in Ireland and was probably erected between 4000 - 3500b.c. It's name is derived from the name of the townland and is situated at the foot of [...]

The Clock Tower, Waterford Quays. Waterford City 1863

During the Victorian era, Waterford was Ireland's busiest industrial port. It had the largest ship building yards in the country (before being surpassed by Belfast) and traded to 400 international ports all over the World. [...]

Medieval Museum Waterford, Waterford City. co.Waterford 2013

The Medieval Museum of Waterford is now the city's number one visitors attraction. This stunning new museum brings Waterford’s fascinating history to life and is Ireland’s only purpose-built medieval museum and the only building on [...]

Port of Waterford Company Building, Waterford City. co. Waterford 1790

The Port of Waterford Building was originally the town house of the Morris family of Rossduff. It was built to the designs of Waterford's famous Georgian architect John Roberts and contains an exquisite oval staircase [...]

The Bishop’s Palace, Waterford City. co.Waterford 1741

The Bishop’s Palace in Waterford City was built in 1741 and designed by the famous architect Richard Castle. This was the site of an earlier medieval palace and became the home of the Church of [...]

T & H Doolan’s Pub, George’s Street. Waterford City. est. c.1710

T & H Doolans is over 300 years old and is Waterford’s Oldest Tavern. The wall in the lounge is actually much older being part of the original city walls built by the Normans over [...]

Reginald’s Tower, The Quay. Waterford City – built 1171

The Viking name for Waterford was 'Vadrefjord' which translates to mean 'the inlet where the wethers or castrated sheep are loaded onto boats'! One thousand years ago this was Ireland's second city after Dublin. Reginald's [...]

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