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#3 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
Worth a thousand visits, well organised facility for donkeys and they all looked so happy and relaxed, complete with a gift shop and adopt a donkey service, you could also donate to have plaques on benches, fences...
Lovely walk around, loads of beautiful rescued donkeys to rub and a very safe picnic area.
#14 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
The highlights of the tour were the Crawford Observatory, the Honan Chapel with it awe inspiring windows and floor, the very large Ogham stone collection in the quad building, and the statue of a very youthful Que...
Founded by Queen Victoria in 1845, it is a beautiful campus, now with many modern buildings and some great modern courses such as biotechnology and a big food faculty!
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#36 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
Art house cinema/music venue in an atmospheric old church, Art Gallery on the top floor and a busy little cafe/bar with the ruins of a 1,000 year old church visible in the basement makes this Arts Centre a must vi...
I was there to listen to Summer Sing concert Led by Sonia Keogh Art Life culture it was an amazing occasion.
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Island Cottage

Skibbereen
#98 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
A unique dining experience!
Diners are then ushered into the dining area where they are treated to a set menu of four courses plus coffee.
#104 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
On the North Side of Cork the Firkin Crane Theatre occupies a plaza beside the Butter Museum.
#155 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork
#179 of 191 Sights & Landmarks in County Cork