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Hibernian Gifts

Hibernian Gifts, Bolton Street, Waterford, Ireland
Located at Bolton Street in Waterford City, Hibernian Gifts offers a wide range of Waterford produced gifts such as Irish Handmade Glass, Emerald Crystal, Penrose Crystal and Heritage Crystal. All
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People’s Park Play Park

People's Park, Newtown Road, Waterford, Ireland
The Peoples Park in Waterford City offers a relaxing break from the hussle and bussle of city life. There are meandering paths that will bring you through ths19th century park
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Dunmore Woods Walk – Dunmore East

Dunmore East Woods, Nymphhall, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: This forest trail takes you through the Lower and Upper Woods of the coastal village of Dunmore East with beautiful flora and fauna to be seen along
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Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity

Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Barronstrand Street, Waterford, Ireland
Designed by John Roberts (1712 – 1796) and Built in 1793, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, is almost 220 years old and is Ireland’s oldest Catholic Cathedral. It
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Waterford Nature Park – Kilbarry, Tramore Road, Waterford

Waterford Nature Park, Tramore Road, Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: Waterford Nature Park is about 150 acres and is an oasis within the city environment. The Park's entrance is located on the Tramore Road beside the Kingfisher
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Faithlegg Golf Club

Faithlegg Golf Club, Faithlegg, County Waterford, Ireland
Opened in May 1993, Faithlegg Golf Course Waterford, Ireland, was designed by renowned Irish golf course architect Mr. Paddy Merrigan. The course carries Merrigan’s familiar stamp of difficulty, undulating greens,
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Doneraile Walk

Doneraile Walk, Tramore West, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: To get an idea of the vastness of Tramore bay then a walk on The Doneraile is a must. It has spectacular views of Tramore Bay, the
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Woodstown Beach

Woodstown Beach, Woodstown Lower, County Waterford, Ireland
Woodstown beach is nestled within the Waterford Estuary and so is a very sheltered haven for visitors during the summer. Woodstown’s sandy beach stretches for miles and is great for
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Freedom Surf School

Freedom Surf School - Bilingual Adventure Education Centre, Tramore East, Co Waterford, County Waterford, Ireland
Freedom Surf School is all about making your experience unique, by providing personal attention, skills and knowledge to the teaching of surfing within a safe & fun environment.  Safety, customer
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Dunmore East Beaches

Coole Cottage, Dock Rd, Nymphhall, Dunmore East, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Dunmore East serves as one of Waterford’s most popular tourist attractions and remains a prominent area for fishing. Dunmore is lucky to have so many sheltered and picturesque coves where
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Glenpatrick Bridge Walk – Rathgormack

Rathgormack, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: This is a very scenic and enjoyable walk and interesting whatever the time of year. The second half of this walk is particularly interesting as you take
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The Irish Homemade Glass Company

The Irish Handmade Glass Company, Henrietta Street, Waterford, Ireland
After the closure of the Waterford Crystal factory in Waterford City Ireland in January 2009, a group of Master craftsmen with a combined total of over 130 years experience in
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Bunmahon Play Park

34 The Copper Coast Holiday Park, Knockmahon, Bunmahon, Co. Waterford, X42 HC12, Ireland
Bunmahon is a seaside town on the Copper Coast. The play park is right beside a large car park and is on the way to the beautiful beach. This full
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Dunmore East Adventure Centre

Waterford Estuary Dunmore East Adventure
Situated in the the harbour of the beautiful village of Dunmore East at the mouth of the Waterford Estuary Dunmore East Adventure Centre offers and something for everyone. Providing activities
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Bishop’s Palace

Waterford Treasures: Bishop's Palace (Treasures of Georgian Waterford), The Mall, The Viking Triangle, Waterford, Ireland
The 18th century architecture of The Mall in Waterford city is one of the best outside of Dublin. The Bishop’s Palace showcases what can only be called a golden legacy
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Glenshelane Woods Walk

Glenshelane Forest Recreational Area, Unnamed Road, Belleville, Co. Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: Glenshelane consists of a long wooded glen that runs either side of the Glenshelane River and has an extensive network of forest roads, trails and bridges there’s
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Dunmore Cliff Walk

Dunmore East Cliff Walk, The Flatrocks, Coxtown East, Dunmore East, County Waterford, Ireland
Dunmore East is a gem at the mouth of the Waterford Estuary. A fishing village with an old world quality and fresh air to rejuvenate the soul. The Dunmore East
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An Rathbeag Walk – Rathgormack

Rathgormack, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: The ‘An Rathbeag’ National Looped Walk is the shorter of the two looped walks in beautiful Glenpatrick Woods. An Rathbeag is Waterford’s smallest ring fort. The views
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Dunmore East Golf Club

Dunmore East Golf Club, Dunmore East, Waterford, Ireland
Dunmore East Golf Club overlooks the village of Dunmore East, with panoramic views of the village, the bay, the Hook Peninsula, Waterford Harbour estuary, the Saltee Islands, and the Irish
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Dunmore East Play Park

Dunmore East Park, The Park - St Andrews Church, Nymphhall, Co. Waterford, Ireland
The Park in Dunmore East offers spectacular views of the estuary and Hook Head in County Wexford and is a great place to relax and have a picnic in summer.
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Sand Dunes Walk – Tramore

Tramore Beach, Tramore West, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: The sand dunes in Tramore are some of the highest in Ireland, backed by a salt marsh and is home to some rare seaside plants and interesting
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T•Bay Surf & Eco Centre

Promenade, Tramore, Co. Waterford, Ireland
Tramore Bay Surf School was established back in 1967 when surfing was first introduced into Ireland. The school is approved by the Irish Surfing Association & European Surfing Federation. All
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Fenor Play Park

Fenor Play Park, Fennor North, County Waterford, Ireland
Fenor Play Park offers amenities for all the kids and ample parking for the parents. SItuated in the picturesque village of Fenor just past Tramore this is one of the
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Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery

Greyfriars Municipal Gallery, Greyfriar'S, The Viking Triangle, Co, County Waterford, Ireland
Right beside the French Church of Grey Friars this former Methodist church dates from the mid-nineteenth century and is situated in the Viking Trinagle of Waterford city. It officially opened
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Coumduala Loop Walk – Ballymacarbry

Ballymacarbry, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: If you are looking for a challenge then this walk is the one for you. The Coumduala Loop Walk is marked with purple markers. This is the
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Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral, Cathedral Square, Waterford, Ireland
There has been a Cathedral on this site since 1096 and the present building is the third to be build. It was here in 1170 that Strongbow was married to
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Bunmahon Beach

Bunmahon Beach, Ireland
Bunmahon or “Bun Machan” (“the end of the Mahon”), is a river which runs from the Comeragh Mountains, and lies at the heart of the Copper Coast European Geopark. This
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Reginald’s Tower

Reginalds Tower, The Quay, Waterford, Ireland
Reginald’s Tower is Waterford’s most famous landmark and is Ireland’s oldest civic building. It has been in continuous use for over 1000 years. The first tower on the site was
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Annestown Beach

Annestown Beach, Ireland
Annestown or Bun Abha, meaning “River’s End” is a coastal village where the Anne River meets the sea on the Copper Coast. It is a popular destination for surfers but
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Lough Mohra Walk – Rathgormack

Rathgormack Hiking Centre, Carrowleigh, Rathgormack, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: The Lough Mohra National Looped Walk is the longer of the two loops in Glenpatrick Woodsother being the ”Rathbeag” looped walk. The Lough Mohra Coum lies under
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Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal Waterford, The Mall, Waterford, Ireland
The Theatre Royal is a classical Victorian Theatre with a Proscenium stage and 3 seating levels. Spanning a history of some 220 years in its original form as a “play
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Passage East Play Park

Passage East Playground, Passage East, County Waterford, Ireland
Passage East located is a picturesque fishing village on the banks of the River Suir. With beautiful views of the river valley Passage East also has a play park that
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Garter Lane Arts Centre

Garter Lane Arts Centre, O'Connell Street, Waterford, Ireland
Garter lane Theatre is located at O’Connell Street in what was once the Quaker meeting house that was built in 1792. Now 30 years in existence the Theatre offers an
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Sean Egan Art Glass

Sean Egan Art Glass, Waterford, Ireland
Sean Egan Art Glass was set up in April 2009 by Sean Egan, a Master Engraver with Waterford Crystal for 35 years. When Waterford Crystal ceased manufacturing in Waterford City
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Dunmore to Portally Cove Coastal Walk

Dunmore East Fishery Harbour Centre, Nymphhall, Dunmore East, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: Dunmore East is a picturesque fishing village at the mouth of Waterford Harbour. Looking across the water you will find Hook Head LightHouse which is one of
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Tramore Beach

Tramore Beach, Tramore West, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland
Photography © Eamonn Bolger Tramore or Trá Mhór, meaning “big strand/beach” is one of Ireland’s best loved beaches. Tramore is famous for it’s 5km golden, sandy beach surrounded by the
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Waterford Medieval Museum

Waterford Treasures: Medieval Museum (Treasures of Medieval Waterford), Cathedral Square, The Viking Triangle, Waterford, Ireland
The Museum is Ireland’s only purpose-built medieval museum and the only building in Ireland to incorporate two medieval chambers, the 13th century Choristers’ Hall and the 15th century Mayor’s Wine
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Crough Wood Walk – Mahon Bridge

Mahon Bridge, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: The sights and sounds of Crough Wood with the Mahon River running through its valley from the Mahon Falls further up the track and stemming from the
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Greyfriars Methodist Church

Waterford Greyfriars (ruined friary & church), Parade Quay, Waterford, Ireland
The first Franciscan friary was built around 1240 which was only fourteen years after the death of the founder of the order Francis of Assisi. Hugh Purcell who gave the
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The Towers Walk – Ballysaggartmore

Ballysaggartmore Towers, Barranamanoge, County Waterford, Ireland
About the Walk: Ballysaggartmore Towers are mystical gothic style buildings situated near Lismore in pleasant woodland walking and picnic areas. It’s an ideal walk for all the family. Kids will
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