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  1. Guillamene / Newtown Cove Green Coast Award 2014

    Tramore, Waterford

    Guillamene/Newtown are side by side and have both received the National Green Coasts Award for 2014. This area is popular with strong swimmers and has a car park and toilets. Read more

  2. Edmund Rice Centre

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Learn of the Edmund Rice story through an atmospheric and interactive experience at this museum and visitor centre, located in Waterford City. Read more

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  3. Waterford Municipal Art Gallery

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Greyfriars Municipal Art Gallery is located in the historical quarter of Waterford City. It houses fascinating collection of works, including pieces from renowned Irish artists such as Jack B Yeats, Charles Lamb and Louis Le Brocquy. Read more

  4. Seamus Kelly

    Butlerstown, Waterford

    Seamus Kelly is a Waterford based artist using only the materials sourced locally by him in his work. Seamus combines modern materials with these ancient fins to create these fantastic pieces. Read more

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  5. Christ Church Cathedral

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford City’s Christ Church Cathedral stands on land that has been spiritually significant since the 11th century. In addition to being a place of worship, the 18th-century County Waterford cathedral hosts concerts, recitals and exhibitions. Read more

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  6. Salterbridge House and Gardens

    Cappoquin, Waterford

    A stunning country house located near Cappoquin, County Waterford, Salterbridge House boasts wonderful gardens. The grounds are filled with camellias, magnolias, rhododendrons and many fine trees. It is at its best in the spring. Read more

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  7. Tramore House Gardens

    Tramore, Waterford

    The gardens of Tramore House in County Waterford. A new style of a Japanese Strolling Garden is being developed and will open in April 2015. Read more

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  8. Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford City’s Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was built in 1793, making it Ireland’s oldest Catholic cathedral. Like the city’s Christ Church Cathedral, it was designed by influential architect John Roberts. Read more

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  9. Fairbrook House Gardens

    Waterford City, Waterford

    This 3.5 acre walled artists garden and 3 acre woodland garden laid out between the ruins of a former woollen mill, is situated on the River Dawn. Unusual plants, trees and special water features. Featured in books, magazines and on television. Read more

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  10. Waterford Treasures - Three Museums in the Viking Triangle

    Waterford City, Waterford

    Waterford Treasures comprises three Museums each set in historic buildings all of which are located within minutes walk of each other in Waterford's historic city centre in an area known as the Viking Triangle. Read more

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