Reginald's Tower Approx. Time: 2 hours
Activity Level: Easiest

Located at the junction of the Quays and Mall. Reginald's Tower is Waterford's best known landmark. The building has been described as the oldest tower of mortared stone in Europe. It was erected by and takes its name from Reginal Maclvor, Danish Govener of Waterford in 1003 A.D. It has been used as a fortress, a prison, a military stores depot, a mint, and an air raid shelter. Presently, it houses the City's civic and maritime museum. The exhibits include the colorful regalia of the Corporation and a remarkable collection (19) of Royal Charters bestowed on the city by 11 English Monarchs.