Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle

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  • Address: The Mall, Waterford, Ireland
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  • Timings: 09:15 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +353-51849501
  • Ticket Price: 7 EUR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Architecture , Specialty Museums, Sculpture
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The first thing that strikes you about this museum is the stone building coloured in a warm buttery hue with a curved aesthetic appeal. What welcomes you then is a huge sculpture that was shaped on the lines of the 13th century belt mount found in Waterford.

As you walk inside the only museum dedicated to the medieval museum on the island, you will be mesmerised with the stunning collection presented within the two chambers namely the 13th century hall of Choristers and the Mayor’s Wine Vault dating back to the 15th century.

The highlight of the museum includes the cloth-of-gold which dates back to 15th century. 

  • Online ticket booking is available.
  • Disable access is available.
  • Food and drink is not allowed.
  • Commercial photography is not allowed.

  • Adult: 7 Euros
  • Senior/Student: 6 Euros
  • Child (under 14): Free with paying adult.
  • Group (10+):
    • Adult/Senior/Student: 4 Euros
    • School groups: 2 Euros per student (leaders free)
  • Combined admissions for Medieval Museum and Bishop's Palace are available.
  • For epic tour tickets, visit the official website.

  • Last admission:
    • June - August: 5:20 pm
    • September - May: 4:20pm

  • BY Bus: Bus no 609.

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  • Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle Address: The Mall, Waterford, Ireland
  • Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle Contact Number: +353-51849501
  • Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle Timing: 09:15 am - 05:00 pm
  • Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle Price: 7 EUR
  • Best time to visit Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle(preferred time): 11:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 69.82% of people who visit Waterford include Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle in their plan

  • 51.52% of people start their Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday

72% of people prefer walking in order to reach Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle

People normally club together House Of Waterford Crystal and Christ Church Cathedral while planning their visit to Waterford Treasures - Three Museums In The Viking Triangle.

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  • I spent a very enjoyable hour here. The displays are well thought out and packed with interesting information. Plus there are some truly unique artefacts that all relate to the history of Waterford. I particularly enjoyed the various models of Waterford as it would have looked in the past. If you're in town it is almost certainly essential that you visit this place.

  • Very museum. If you can get on the tour do, the Guide Maria really brought it to life. We also had a ticket for the Bishop's palace. The tour there was good too.

  • What a wonderful experience, complete with audio guide. Seriously not to be missed visitor attraction.

  • Well worth a visit. Detailed and very interesting history of the city. A great insight into life in Ireland in times gone past. Worth seeing if you have any interest in history.

  • Excellent small museum that one 'could' get around in about 45 mins, but that would be a shame to rush. So many artifacts here to be four d nowhere else. So many great stories ... and very well told too, by the staff. Well worth a 2hr visit, but do buy the double-ticket for the Palace, hint; money-saver.

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