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The cultural capital of Ireland, Cork offers a wide range of activities and events. Whether visiting museums such as Cork City Gaol, the former Cork Prison open to the public or the Crawford Art Gallery, a place dedicated to the visual arts. At several times of the year, the city hosts a range of festivals:


Things to do and see - Cork

Buy groceries at a bustling 18th-century covered market
The English Market
Enter a magnificent castle which once housed 19th century prisoners
Cork City Gaol
Have a stroll and relax in a beautiful city park
Fitzgerald Park
Marvel at the stunning neo-Gothic architecture of this cathedral
Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral
Kiss the famous Blarney Stone and explore the beautiful gardens
Blarney Castle & Gardens
Climb a noted landmark and symbol of the city
Shandon Bells & Tower St Anne's Church
Visit a restored walled convent with beautiful hidden gardens
Nano Nagle Place
Enjoy interactive exhibits and learn about space and science
Blackrock Castle Observatory
Travel back in time at Cork's 17th century star-shaped fort
Elizabeth Fort
View art at an important historic building
Crawford Art Gallery
Learn about Cork's history and culture through exhibits
Cork Public Museum
Walk around the scenic campus and its historic buildings
University College Cork
Take a ferry to explore the historic island and its former prison
Spike Island
Enjoy stunning coastal views and visit the lighthouse
Old Head of Kinsale
Tour a charming coastal town known for its culinary scene
See the Titanic’s last port of call and visit the Titanic Experience
Go hiking or take a boat tour around the national park
Killarney National Park

FAQ - Cork

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