/ Virtual Reality

Experience the world of the Vikings in Ireland’s oldest city, Vadrafjord (Waterford)

“Fantastic experience, we really enjoyed it and we reckon if every history class was like this we’d all get straight As…”

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/ Location

Handcrafted replica Viking house built in Waterford’s Viking Triangle

/ The Heart of Viking Ireland

An authentic
Viking house
in the ruins
of a 13th century
Franciscan Friary



/ A Place of Kings

From Viking Fort to
Medieval Monastery

The King of the Vikings Virtual Reality Experience is the first of its kind in the world. The adventure takes place in a reconstructed Viking house and seamlessly blends cutting edge technology with ancient Viking house building techniques.

Each experience lasts 30 minutes, booking is highly recommended.

COVID-19 Compliance – Fáilte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter

King of the Vikings, its facilities and its team has been awarded the Fáilte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter, we are fully compliant with all government and HSE guidelines to ensue all of our visitors safety when they visit our premises, your safety is our concern.

Though they were driven from Ireland in 902, Regnall, grandson of Ivar, brought a fleet up the River Suir in 917.

On this site he built a fort, but his ambition was not restricted to Waterford. When he died, he was the King of Waterford.

For God’s sake, let us sit upon the ground and tell sad stories of the death of kings… Some haunted by the ghosts they have deposed…

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/ Ireland's Oldest City

90 minutes from
Dublin and Cork,
and a lifetime of

Opening Hours
King of the Vikings is open Friday to Sunday 10:30 to 6pm. Our last tour is at 5pm so make sure to reserve your space!
General Enquiries



Call us today!

+353 (0)51 849676

+353 (0)51 849676

King of the Vikings

10 Bailey’s New Street, Waterford, Ireland.

10 Bailey’s New Street, Waterford, Ireland.

Entry fee to the award winning KING OF THE VIKINGS is only €5.00 for a child Under 12, and €10.00 for an adult.

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