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Fitzgerald Park & The Public Museum

10 minute walk

Located in the historic Mardyke Walk, adjacent to the River Lee, Cork’s Fitzgerald park is one of the city’s main visitor attractions. Originally built in 1895, the museum is set on 18 acres of landscaped and magnificent gardens. 

Fitzgerald’s Park includes alot of mature coniferous trees, which are favoured by Coal Tits and Goldcrests, Moorhens and Mallards can be seen on the small ornamental pond and the park’s beautifully maintained flower beds play host to bees, hover flies, butterflies and other insects. It is an important biodiversity site in Cork.