The House of Waterford Crystal turns green to celebrate St Patrick's Day

The House of Waterford Crystal has gone green to celebrate St Patrick's Day 2018, as part of the Tourism Ireland Global Greening Initiative.

Some of the famous attractions and sites around the world will go green to mark St Patrick’s Day this year.Over 300 attractions, stadiums, statues, castles and towers across the globe will go green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in 2018.

Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening 2018 sees the return of the Sydney Opera House and new additions like the San Mamés stadium in Bilbao, Chimo the Polar Bear in Canada and the fountains in London’s Trafalgar Square.

Tourism Ireland’s unique global campaign - now in its ninth year – continues the organisation’s first half promotional drive to build on the success of 2017 and grow overseas tourism to the island of Ireland again in 2018.

The annual initiative, which sees a host of major landmarks around the world turn green for St Patrick’s Day, has grown from strength to strength, with lots of exciting new landmarks signing up to take part this year.