Bronze Wayfinder located outside House of Waterford Crystal
Three stunning and absolutely unique bronze wayfinder models are for both the visitors and the locals to appreciate the full extent of the historic nature and architectural heritage of Waterford’s Viking Triangle. Commissioned by Waterford City Council with the financial assistance of Failte Ireland, the models are the work of a collaboration between Ger Crowley modelmaker in Bray Co Wicklow and Liam and Ethna Lavery bronze artists in Cork.
They are located outside the House of Waterford Crystal, Reginald’s Tower and the Tourist Office on the Quay. The new Tourist Office has now moved to Parade Quay/Greyfriars. The plinths have been specially designed by McConnells Stone who are also responsible for the lovely honey-coloured stone facade of the award-winning Medieval Museum.
Waterford City attracted over a quarter million visitors last year and these bronze wayfinding models together with the beautiful glass information panels already put in place in the Viking Triangle by Waterford City Council and Waterford Treasures, will help to make Waterford a great destination to visit and easy to negotiate.