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Read more about Lismore Heritage Centre | View Map of Area Viking Triangle, Waterford City, Co.
Waterford The Bishops Palace built in 1743, takes you from the 1690s to 1960s.
It was subsequently acquired by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1589 and since 1753 has been the home of the Dukes of Devonshire who reside there for five to six weeks per annum. Read more about Lismore Castle and Gardens | View Map of Area | Photos The Courthouse, Lismore, Co.
Waterford, Ireland Housed in the former courthouse, is the story of Lismore, a designated heritage town of historic importance.
Waterford Originally of Viking foundation, the present Church of Ireland edifice was designed by John Roberts in the 18th century.
Waterford, Ireland Dating from 1783 and desgined by John Roberts, the building features a fine display of an early Waterford Crystal chandelier.
Waterford The Medieval Museum opened August 2012, explores the period from the Anglo-Norman siege of Waterford in 1170 to the end of the 17th century.
Read more about Medieval Museum (Waterford Museum of Treasures) | View Map of Area Waterford City, Co.
The first floor is laid out as a historic house; featuring 18th century furniture, silverware and glass.
Read more about Bishop's Palace (Waterford Museum of Treasures) | View Map of Area Viking Triangle, Waterford City, Co.
Dungarvan, Co Waterford, Ireland A dramatic backdrop is provided by the Comeragh and Knockmealdown Mountains to the north and east and the Drum Hills immediately to the south. Have a ball in Georgian times and see the finest Waterford Glass. Waterford Treasures at the Granary is both a treasury and a treasure trail th Read more about Waterford Treasures Medieval Museum | View Map of Area Kilmeadan, Co.
An interesting feature is that the first nine holes are laid out on a large plateau featuring a lovely str Read more about West Waterford Golf Club | View Map of Area | Photos Waterford City, Co. Waterford, Ireland Since 1994 the former Fairbrook Woollen Mill has been transformed into paradise by Dutch artists Muller and Mastenbroek.