Side-by-side are two attractions you will want to visit. The beige building houses the Medieval Museum. It tells the story of Waterford during the Middle Ages. A highlight is Chorister’s Hall, a bishop’s chamber built in 1270. This history facility opened in 2012 and is part of the Waterford Museum of Treasures. On the right is the Theatre Royal. Since 1876, the “people’s theatre” has been an intimate venue for concerts and plays. A larger performing arts center to consider is the Forum Theatre.