The latest addition to the multi-site Waterford Treasures, the Medieval Museum has some beautiful artifacts from the city’s medieval period, including richly embroidered cloth-of-gold vestments, intricate metal badges worn by pilgrims to the Holy Land, and the lavishly illustrated Charter Roll of Waterford dating from 1373. The building itself is as much of a treasure as the items on display. Though a modern design, it incorporates two medieval structures, which were inaccessible for years: the 15th-century Wine Vault and the impressive 13th-century Chorister’s Hall, with its vaulted stone ceiling, which now forms one of the main areas of the museum.