St. Anne’s Church and Shandon Bells
13 minute walk
Built 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 which are thought to have given Cork’s sporting history. Reaching 37 metres high enjoy a spectacular 360 degree view of Cork city from the church. Its famous chime which can be heard throughout Cork city is from its 8 bells which together weigh over 6 tonnes.
Website: St. Anne's Church & Shandon Bells