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All reviews top floor narrow stairs watch your head viking artifacts worth the climb piece of history three floors video presentation third floor interesting building short film self guided tour great history quick visit viking boat small museum on display
So much history, so much information!! Even climbing up the narrow stairs brought me back in time!! The mini movie on the top floor gave so much insight into the history, lives and development of the town. Brilliant, absolutely a must when in that part...More
Reginald's Tower is an iconic historic tower along the eastern side of the quay in the area of the Waterford Viking Triangle. It was built as a part of the city’s defences originally built at the beginning of 13th Century with further development in 15th...More
Reginalds Tower is situated in an area known as the Viking Triangle, We visited the day it free entry. It is has several floors giving its history as garrison,barracks & women's prison. The disappointing thing was that there was no access to the roof which...More
If there is only one thing to see in Waterford, it is the tower. Thirty minutes and €5, and you ascend 3 floors on a stone spiral staircase and learn of the Viking settlement and integration in medieval Ireland. There is a Viking longship replica...More
This is a must see!!!! An old tower built by Vikings that is still intact over 1000 years later. The history of the Vikings in Ireland was not was I was expecting to learn about when I visited , but it was very interesting to...More