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Founded in 1954 to be a dynamic force in developing choral music in Ireland, the Cork International Choral Festival is held annually over the five days preceding the first Monday in May. Cork welcomes choirs from across the world for a programme of w... See more
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Irish Whiskey Experience

Killarney 22.8 mi away
#4 of 78 things to do in Killarney
Had excellent whiskey and cheese pairing session with my Son Eoin (who knows his Whiskey) and David, excellent enjoyable evening, very friendly Staff.
A very enjoyable evening at the Irish Whiskey Experience, definitely recommend to everyone visiting Killarney
#2 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
The tour gives a passionately delivered, interesting and informative history of mead making, how they source ingredients and includes honey tasting and a tour of the mead-making facility.
... (2ppl) without any booking and think his name was Chris squeezed us in and brought us on a private tour of the processing plant where we learned about and sampled all different types of honey - entertaining an...
#1 of 19 things to do in Macroom
Great fun for all the family.
Well worth a visit both online and in person
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#1 of 135 things to do in Cork
Located in the “heart of Cork City - it’s tranquill athmosphere is complemented with a unique insight to the history of Cork City in the 1700’s and the influence Nano Nagle had in the education of the poor of the...
... to see the amazing work that had been done in restoring and modernising the building I would highly recommend a visit to Nano Nagle's center a beautiful attraction with such wonderful history in the center of ...
#1 of 16 things to do in Cobh
This cathedral towering over the town is a truly stunning sight the buildings fabulous architecture stands on a hill overlooking the sea front.
Beautiful piece of architecture in Cobh, also amazing views of Spike Island and Cobh bay, well worth going to see.
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Killarney Brewing Company

Killarney 22.5 mi away
#15 of 78 things to do in Killarney
Right along the street to Muckross House with charm, great beer, a gift shop to collect memoriabila and so wonderful thin crisp pizza to enjoy with your beer.
The new manager is very friendly helpful and efficient, there is a great atmosphere at the brewery pizza and a pint for €16 and they do glass vino for the ladies.
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St. Mary's Cathedral

Killarney 23.0 mi away
#17 of 78 things to do in Killarney
Just attended a wedding there last week An amazing building Beautifull preserved warm and inviting Superb interior well worth a visit
The celebrated architect Augustus Pugin designed this beautiful cathedral which sits opposite the Killarney National Park and only five minutes walk from the main shopping precinct.
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#2 of 16 things to do in Cobh
It's is well worth a visit both from an Educational and experience viewpoint and that matched with a visit to nearby Spike Island capped off a memorable visit to Cobh! Highly recommended !
... was used as a Hospital when the Lusitania was sunk To top it all off there is also a lovely Cafe and gift shop on the premises Keep up the wonderful work and thankyou Cobh Heritage Centre for a memorable visit !
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#2 of 20 things to do in Skibbereen
... and got the history of skibbereen in famine times Meet the curator very nice man very informative This is a very well organised museum Modest cost well worth a visit Also very interesting film on lough hyne
From a general perspective, the historical material on The Famine Period is really well presented using interactive and video material.I can say it is a highly poignant and emotional experience
#1 of 10 things to do in Youghal
We visited St Mary's and it is breath taking a beautiful church with so much history a hidden gem in youghal and well worth a visit and when you finish in the church take awhile to stroll around the cemetery and t...
roof and a feeling of history that will stay with you.you almost feel you are walking with people of the time.look up at the roof and marvel that it is still in one piece.well
#1 of 7 things to do in Midleton
From a private whiskey tasting in the glass room where we learned a lot about the history of Jameson and the whiskies they make, to fantastic coffee in the coffee shop and special mementoes like the engraved whisk...
Great tour great guide Volunteer see the difference Loved the barrel room great sniff up Lovely Great during at the end and wife had cocktail she said it was really nice
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Peter Cox Photography Gallery

Killarney 22.7 mi away
#19 of 78 things to do in Killarney

Killarney House Gardens

Killarney 22.6 mi away
#8 of 78 things to do in Killarney
Valentia Island visiting Killarney House & Gardens : Lots to see inside ️ Guided Tours every half hour very interesting : A must for anyone who like history After the visit there we went to The Lake Hotel Enjoyed...
Recently restored, the house’s visitor centre hides an amazing upstairs exhibition which includes interactive displays about the Killarney National Park as well as the restoration of the house.
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#5 of 20 things to do in Kinsale
What a great little place, it's a stiff walk uphill from the town, but worth it to see and sample how they make the beer, gin and rum, with lots of samples to help us wind our way back into town.
Off the beaten path a bit, may need some more signs, but great beer and a great experience with Jasmine!
#2 of 10 things to do in Youghal
Excellent tour guides Kate and Niall very informative and gave a great tour, tower restored very well, lovely video of family member who lived in the tower gave a great idea of how conditions were at the time.
... jail, the Clock workings themselves, a time capsule of precious family life and up to the Bell and the fresh East Cork sea breeze on the roof, I was enthralled with how much knowledge and passion our guide had.
#10 of 135 things to do in Cork
The Old English Market is well worth a visit with a huge variety of stalls / stores from the good auld Irish Breakie to the more discerning flavors, for coffee lovers and foodies alike and for the ever changing ta...
What can I say about the English Market, it’s the most fabulous and historic place in Cork City for food and other culinary delights, I lived in Cork City for 15 years I knew everyone in there and when I come home...
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#3 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
I was visiting Clonakilty last weekend for the marathon and decided to pop in for a visit Costing only €5 per person, this is great value and worth visiting I recommend the guided tour as the Tour Guide was so kno...
Dr Alan McCarthy is a superb guide and brought Michael Collins to life with his vast knowledge of the Irish Civil War.
#14 of 135 things to do in Cork
Well worth a visit when you want to see beautiful art and hear the wonderfully unusual history of Cork, as the welcoming port for all travellers, and the historic families that were merchants there who built up th...
If you have an hour or two to spare in Cork city, the Crawford Art Gallery is a great place to visit, ful of paintings and sculptures on a few floors,and when you are done, you can have a delicious coffee and cake...
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#9 of 135 things to do in Cork
Thank you to the staff for being so wonderful and informative when I came to the history of Cork city Gaol, it was one of my favorite places to go when I stayed in Cork while I attended University Cork college.
Worth a visit, we went on a Sunday morning, very welcoming staff, nice and quiet so we got to hear all the stories from the guide in depth and take our time looking around and see the history
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#3 of 11 things to do in Blarney
Blarney Woolen Mills is world famous & is well worth a visit Great place for gift buying for everyone & has everything from clothes to kitchen ware Can get very busy when tour buses arrive
What a great place to shop, the best woolens Ireland has to offer, also Irish whiskey for sale,and many other products from Ireland.
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#3 of 16 things to do in Cobh
This attraction is well worth a visit in this lovely appropriate town .Situated on the site of the last people to go to board the ship ,this compact building packs a great experience with a personal journey from o...
This was a surprisingly affordable and very informative and well done museum about the Titanic, which made its last stop in this seaside down just a few days before sinking.
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#1 of 14 things to do in Clonakilty
This is a splendid experience for anyone with serious interest in the Irish War of Independence, Civil War and the stellar role Michael Collins played in shaping an independent Ireland.
Visited the Michael Collins centre today,we were very happy with our visit,the Crowley,s are very nice people and the tour is great value for money 5 euro per person, outstanding from start to finish,long may your...
#8 of 135 things to do in Cork
The right side Alter is where the daily Latin Mass is celebrated, and notable is Queen of Angels statue where people place photos and prayer intentions.
This is a very peaceful place in the centre of town with beautiful architecture and woodwork - well worth a visit when in Cork city.
#3 of 18 things to do in Glengarriff
Brian was our driver, picking us up in Dublin, then, over the course of the next eight days, driving us to Kinsale, Glengarriff, the Beara Peninsula, Killarney, Dingle and Slea Head, Doolin, the Burren, Connemara,...
We started by providing Gene a list of our interests during our visit and he made excellent suggestions to develop the perfect 10-day itinerary starting in Dublin and finishing in Shannon.
#15 of 135 things to do in Cork
This cathedral should be on your must see list when you are in Cork It is a pleasant walk away from the city centre and as you get closer you will soon be overwhelmed by the sheer size of the place.
really nice cathedral, you really can admire the architecture of this church and the beautiful building from inside, I would suggest to visit at least once.
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#2 of 7 things to do in Midleton
I have always loved and been fascinated by owls and to stand so close to them and to get the unbelievable chance to hold the most handsome barn owl was so humbling and dream come true for me.
By far the best experience of our stay at Trabolgan, getting to see all the beautiful owls Sam was amazing very friendly and made the kids so comfortable holding the owls while having they're photos taking.
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MacCarthy's Bar

#1 of 10 things to do in Castletownbere
The landlady is very friendly chatting to customers and recommended we visit the Buddhist retreat further along the Beara Peninsula ( we duly went and it’s well worth the trip).
There is a nice snug just inside the door to the right – a great spot to relax if you can get it.
#20 of 135 things to do in Cork
Blackrock Castle is a fortification located at Blackrock, about 2 km from the centre of Cork city on the banks of the River Lee in Ireland.
Great place to visit information was very good and at time quite funny, shame it was raining after climbing all the steps to the top of the tower cannot remember the number of steps but coming down add another 15...

St. Mary's Church of Ireland

Killarney 22.6 mi away
#25 of 78 things to do in Killarney
From the outside it is a strong and impressive looking house of worship and inside is welcoming and offers the visitor beautiful history and a place to reflect or to say a prayer if so desired.
It is a great place for prayer or just to look at the lovely stained glass and old style worship.
#4 of 11 things to do in Blarney
Lovely shop with great great chocolate- pity for the management that it can be so easily missed due to an anonymous shop front.
I had a dark chocolate bar with chili flakes and salt and it was the best chocolate bar I have ever had.