Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments
A list of useful and informative websites relating to Irish Archaeology
Seeking to protect and enhance the richness, quality and diversity of Ireland's national heritage.
Excellent website covering monuments in the Irish midlands.
Long established active website that covers all of Ireland with a huge database of monuments.
Website highlighting the famous monuments of Ireland's Boyne Valley
Site featuring Irish megalithic, early ecclesiastical and fortified sites
Lots of information and photos on Irish Megaliths
Website of Co. Kerry Heritage Park which has an abundance of well preserved multi-period archaeological sites
An excellent new website which documents the many megalithic and medieval places of Ireland
The Folklore of Ireland's ancient monuments
An excellent Blog set up by an Irish archaeologist - with lots of interesting articles
An excellent information packed website dealing with Megaliths and Early Christian sites
Facilitates Guided Walking Tours of the Comeragh, Knockmealdown and Galtee Mountain ranges
Informative website about one of Waterford's most historic towns
Website aimed at promoting walking tourism around the beautiful picturesque village of Dunmore East
Cistercian monastery and home to five Ogham stones
A vibrant 'action packed' website with lots of photos and information about the group's activities
Luxury 4 Star hotel in the centre of Waterford City
An excellent base from which to explore the many attractions of the Comeragh mountains and beyond
The perfect accommodation venue in the heart of Waterford City
Luxury 4 star accommodation overlooking the waterfront and marina in Waterford City
A fantastic and fascinating website which explores the many species of Lichen found in Ireland
Photographs and details of over 800 native and introduced wildflowers found in Ireland
Irish artist specialising in watercolours
Founded in 1845, UCC is one of the oldest Universities in Ireland
With its varied attractions, this is an ideal location for couples, families, tour groups, school groups or individuals.
Ogham Wishes individually painted on hand made paper and beautifully framed
International Websites - Archaeology
An excellent website dedicated to archaeology, including ancient craft and technologies dating from pre-history through to 10th century.
A delightfully situated monument
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Waterford's tallest standing stone is located 5 km from Tramore. The impressive stone measures 3.7m in height. See it Here
Types of Monument on this website
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