County Cork Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in County Cork - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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St. Anne's Church

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The church's pepper-pot steeple, which has a four-sided clock and is topped with a golden, salmon-shaped weather vane, is visible from...

St. Colman's Cathedral

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The best view of Cobh, well worth the uphill stroll, is from St. Colman's Cathedral, an exuberant neo-Gothic granite church designed...

St. Fin Barre's Cathedral

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On the site that was the entrance to medieval Cork, this compact, three-spire Gothic cathedral, which was completed in 1879, belongs...

St. Patrick's Street

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Extending from Grand Parade in the south to Patrick's Bridge in the north, Panna (as it's known locally—and also commonly referred...

Stephen Pearce Pottery

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Now returned to the village where he grew up, potter Stephen Pearce has reopened the traditional craft pottery that launched his career...

The Queenstown Story at Cobh Heritage Centre

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Many of the people who left Ireland on immigrant ships for the New World departed from Cobh, which was formerly known as Queenstown.

The Titanic Experience Cobh

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Cobh was the last port of call for the ocean liner Titanic . At 1:30 pm on April 11, 1912, tenders carried 123 passengers out to the...

Timoleague Abbey

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A mid-13th-century Franciscan abbey at the water's edge is Timoleague's most striking monument. The abbey was built before the estuary...

Triskel Arts Centre

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An excellent place to get the pulse of artsy goings-on in town, the Triskel occupies converted town houses and a former church. ...

University College Cork

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The Doric, porticoed gates of UCC stand about 2 km (1 mile) from the city center. The college, which has a student body of roughly 10,000,...


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