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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Belvelly Smoke House

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Frank Hederman smokes eels, mackerel, salmon, trout, and mussels over beech rather than oak, giving them an unusually mild flavor. His...

Fota House, Arboretum & Gardens

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The name of the Smith-Barry ancestral estate is derived from the Irish Fód te, which means "warm soil," a tribute to the unique tidal...

Fota Island Wildlife Park

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The 70-acre park is 12 km (7 miles) east of Cork via N25 and R624, the main Cobh road, and also accessible by rail from Cork's Kent Station...

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...

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...

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