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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
#4 of 135 things to do in Cork
Camden Fort Meagher is a must see if you are visiting Cork The Volunteers who guide through every corner and the History of the Fort are some of the most committed niceness people I have ever met, The coffee shop...
This is a great way to spend a day- lovingly restored from its proud history and heritage with local volunteers manning this site full of the knowledge and facts of its considerable past.
#7 of 135 things to do in Cork
Family visit Fitzgeralds park is a hidden gem ideal for All ages its lovely walk from patricks street easy to find just walk up or hire bike Washington street about pnly 10 to 15 min depending on you stride on you...
Take a stroll down cork s famed mardyke just off the western road and you come to Fitzgerald s Park a beautiful maintained public park beautiful flowers a public museum a kids playground and seating where you c...
#1 of 135 things to do in Cork
Tastefully restored with an amazing Heritage Centre that engages you as soon as you enter.The gardens are incredible as you make your way around and so tranquil, you could be anywhere in the world.The staff are kn...
I had a guided tour from Agnes who was a great guide and so passionate and knowledgeable - amazing story of this remarkable woman - interactive displays - plenty spots to sit down as it took about 90 mins - lifts...
#12 of 135 things to do in Cork
Absolutely stunning gardens, enchanting fairy trails, rabbits, goats, birds, fish, and that's all before you come across the amazing Hobbit House which is just a work of art!
The bears house and hobbit house were absolutely incredible, as well as the teddy bears picnic, there is so much thought and detail put into creating the scenes to make it magical, can’t imagine how good it must b...
#2 of 135 things to do in Cork
Fantastic day out to Cobh and particularly Spike Island, very interesting history, lots to see, lovely cafe, great tour, so much to see, brilliant guide John-G and lovely trip across on the ferry as well high...
Fantastic afternoon visiting Spike Island - weather dry sea calm for short boat trip then had guided tour with John Flynn who was a very knowledgable tour guide He gave an very informative and unbiased tour that w...
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#16 of 135 things to do in Cork
A wonderful amenity with beautiful riverside and woodland walks Great children's playground with basket ball courts soccer pitches rugby pitches Lovely paved walks good for cycling skating etc Skate park too
It's an amazing amenity and a credit to the county council.
#3 of 135 things to do in Cork
En route you can descend to a quiet, pretty little cove and later take a breather on the top of the little peninsular before the last leg down to the village where you can picnic or take a stroll onto the shingle...
Had a lovely walk in Ballycotton Cliff Walk last Summer and would recommend.
#21 of 135 things to do in Cork
I have been here with groups in the past and always had a great experience but it is equally a wonderful spot for date night and great fun!
#6 of 135 things to do in Cork
... top but the views are amazing the gardens of the castle are beautiful with caves, poisonous flowers, waterfuls and a walk around the grounds there is also a coffee shop and a couple of gift shops highly recomend
There is the poison garden, the Fern garden and waterwall(my favourite) river walk, woodland walk, caves, the jungle walk, stones and wishing steps alongside the witches kitchen.
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#18 of 135 things to do in Cork
Very well preserved monument with great views over the city and a guided tour with good knowledge of Cork history The first place to go when visiting Cork is the Elizabeth Fort.
I spent a good 20-25 minutes reading about the history of the fort, particularly its time as a women’s prison.
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#20 of 135 things to do in Cork
Great venue, combining visit to the historic Blackrock Castle, and BCO 'Astronomy' exhibition, and great food in the cafe, followed by one of the best walks in the City along the shoreside of Mahon.
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...
#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.
The priest was just closing up the church for the day but let us in and gave us a history and some facts about the inside.
#13 of 135 things to do in Cork
Ringing the bells is great fun and the female attendant Marissa is welcoming, friendly and is very knowledge about the area.
Family friendly short self tour ( 45min tops ) but worth the fun.
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#19 of 135 things to do in Cork
Patrick street in Cork has a great atmosphere especially when the sun is shining as it gets the buskers out.
Great street for shopping
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#50 of 135 things to do in Cork
They are so knowledgeable about the different animals and are very patient with both kids and adults always answering questions with a smile on their faces We have had lunch there a few times and while someti...
Really enjoyed our visit, lots of animals, baby cows, baby rabbits, a little puppy, goats meerkats, baby pigs - we got to rub the pigs belly and he loved it lots of birds to feed too
#37 of 135 things to do in Cork
Excellent dacilities to entertain young ones and adults including a cinema childrens play area and tonnes of good shops and food outlets.
Great shopping centre best cinema in Cork Omniplex with 2 Maxx screens with huge screen and Dolby Atmos .
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This is truly a beautiful park The park is taken care of by the City Council A very pleasant park with a beautiful river walk There is a Museum which is free of charge and a cafe if you want a coffee or a bit to e...
#45 of 135 things to do in Cork
Wilton one of corks oldest centres has changed selection of outlets time and time again.
That said one little coffee shop near little something can't recall had amazing coffee.
#56 of 135 things to do in Cork
... church, The people are so welcoming and easy to talk to, the pastors are such great guys, I just love it, Grace has so much to offer what ever your age, male or female, The worship and the message is so good.
Wonderful bunch of people, friendly atmosphere, excellent music and a great place to visit or fellowship long term.
#35 of 135 things to do in Cork
Our guide's name was Mervyn and what a joy he was - full of good stories, interesting facts about the city and most of all, a wonderful guide to exactly what a fantastic feat of engineering this facility was in th...
This would be a great place to visit for anyone with kids.
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