Things to do in Cork
Blarney Castle and Blarney StoneBuilt nearly six hundred years ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftans, Cormac MacCarthy, and has been attracting attention ever since.
The English MarketVoted one of the top ten best food markets in Europe by the “Observer Food Magazine”, Cork’s English Market is not to be missed.
Fitzgerald Park & The Public MuseumLocated in the historic Mardyke Walk, adjacent to the River Lee, Cork’s Fitzgerald is one of the city’s main visitor attractions.
Cork City GaolGet a fascinating insight into prison life in the 1800’s and early 1900’s at Cork City Gaol. Originally opened in 1864 as a replacement for the Old Gaol in Northgate Bridge.
Nano Nagle PlaceNano Nagle Place is a great place to start your discovery of Cork City and the beautiful printed materials that come with your ticket help you to discover both our 3.4 acre site and the city of Cork.
Blackrock Castle ObservatoryBlackrock Castle Observatory, the Space for Science, is Cork’s fun and exciting location to learn about the universe.
Páirc Uí ChaoimhThe new provincial stadium, Páirc Uí Chaoimh, is a state of the art multi-purpose facility providing enormous entertainment for the citizens of Cork and Ireland.
Cork’s Shopping DistrictOliver Plunkett Street, Patrick Street Opera Lane, The Main Street, Opera Lane, Merchant’s Quay Shopping Centre and Corn Market Street are all within walking distance.
St. Fin Barre’s CathedralLocated in Cork city centre, St Finbarr’s Cathedral is one of the most beautiful and interesting buildings in Ireland. The building is rich in sculptures with over 1260 of them.
Cork Butter Museum The Butter Museum is a unique institution, celebrating one of the great success stories of Ireland, the butter trade.
St. Anne’s Church and Shandon BellsBuilt in 1722, the Shandon Bells in Cork is one of Cork’s famous visual landmarks. The much-loved landmark forms a striking attraction, with its red sandstone and white ashlar limestone walls.
Crawford Art Gallery Attracting over 200,000 visitors per year the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery is dedicated to informing a wide audience about the significant role that the visual arts play in contemporary life and cul
The Marina Market CorkTree-lined Centre Park Road every day hosts hundreds of walkers, cyclists and joggers - like the lungs of the Cork city centre where people love to commune with nature.
Cobh Heritage CentreThe Cobh Heritage Centre is a museum located in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland. It is attached to Cobh railway station.
Rumleys FarmRumley’s Open Farm is a unique working farm experience and provides a great location for many different occasions from birthdays to school tours and an excellent day out for all the family.
Foot GolfFootGolf is the game that blends football and golf into one great sport. Situated on the outskirts of Kinsale in Co.Cork, FootGolf Cork is the first and only purpose built FootGolf course in the South
ZipIt CorkThe best adventure challenge in Ireland. It is a unique, exciting and fun packed thrilling experience for all of the family
Ocean EscapesOcean Escapes offers the ultimate Cork Harbour Experience. Explore fascinating maritime heritage on a fun guided tour - packed with history, famous landmarks, marine-life, breath-taking views, and fam
Rebel City DistilleryTake a tour of Rebel City Distillery, the first distillery to open its doors in nearly half a century in Cork City.
Biodiversity in Cork CityThere are many biodiversity sites in Cork. Biodiversity sites include all different kinds of life including animals, and plants (to name a few) all in one area.
Live at the MarqueeLive at the Marquee is an annual music festival which takes place in Cork, Ireland during the summer, usually over multiple days in June and July.
Beamish Ice Cream Floats CorkThere's a Beamish Float (stout topped with an ice cream float and a flake)
West Cork ToursThis day trip to the Mizen Head, the most southerly tip of Ireland is the perfect way to experience West Cork.
Fota Wildlife ParkFota Wildlife Park is the perfect place to observe animals in a habitat carefully designed to encourage natural behaviour. A great day out for all the family.
Spike Island ToursSpike Island is an island of 103 acres in Cork Harbour, Ireland. Originally the site of a monastic settlement, the island is dominated by an 18th-century star fort named Fort Mitchel.
Titanic Experience CobhTitanic Experience Cobh is located in Casement Square in the heart of Cobh Town.
Jameson Distellery MidletonThe Jameson Experience, Midleton, is an Irish whiskey museum and visitor centre located in the Old Midleton Distillery in Midleton, County Cork, Ireland.
Cork Opera HouseCork Opera House is southern Ireland’s premier venue for the best concerts, comedy, drama, dance, family fare, and, of course, opera. Located in the heart of Cork City.
The Moonlight Kayaking ExperienceThis trip provides a unique experience of being on the water from dusk into darkness. There is always something to make you gasp on this trip.
The Donkey SanctuaryKnockardbane Farm is our Open Farm and it is home to 150 donkeys and mules. The farm is nestled in the beautiful rolling hillsides, outside Liscarroll village
Atlantic Sea Kayaking CorkBased in the South West of Ireland along the Wild Atlantic Way and established in 1995.