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House of Waterford Crystal - Explore Our Home

Our beautiful country and home town of Waterford has so many stunning sights which have been a great source of inspiration for our crafts people over the years. We strive to create pieces that evoke the beautiful scenery around us, including the calmness and serenity of the stunning coastline views, rolling hills of the countryside and vastness of the mountains. After you stop by our factory to witness our creations coming to life, why not explore Waterford and see where our inspiration comes from.


The Waterford Greenway

Running along a route in Ireland’s Ancient East that is rich in Irish heritage, the Waterford greenway is a beautiful walking & cycling path and is a great way to explore the lush outdoors of Ireland. Unwind as you take in the spectacular views along the way, from railway viaducts to the famous Ballyvoyle tunnel, from Kilmacthomas Workhouse to an Ice Age rock with a fascinating myth.


Things to See Along The Way

Stroll around the beautiful Mount Congreve gardens, stop at Coach House Coffee for a caffeine boost to keep you going or finish your journey with a picnic at Dungarvan Bay. Find more details here. You can begin your greenway adventure from various points so it is perfect to combine with other attractions in the area which you may want to visit. Bike rental, including electric bikes, is available and you can plan bike pick-up and drop-off from different locations depending on which part you would like to explore. Take the time to stop and enjoy the wonderful sights as you journey along the beautiful Waterford Greenway. For more information visit:


The Waves of Tramore Collection depicts the round capped sand dunes, the rolling waves lapping against the beach and colliding with the turn of the tide in the seaside town of Tramore. The town is situated on the north-western corner of Tramore Bay on a hill that slopes down to the strand, or sand spit, that divides the bay. The Sea Horse was adopted as the symbol of the town of Tramore and was later adopted as the logo for Waterford Crystal in 1955.