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Ring the Shandon Bells

Ring the Shandon Bells

Put on your ear defenders, climb the bell tower at St Anne's Church in the historic Shandon area of Cork and pull the ropes hard to ring the bells. Choose our own tune, from Amazing Grace to Waltzing Matilda. When you ring the bells of Shandon out over Cork City, you become part of a centuries-old tradition.

Explore a market fit for a queen

Explore a market fit for a queen

Full of a rich vein of Cork humour, the English Market was catapulted into the limelight when Queen Eilzabeth II visited in 2011. This is the oldest market of its kind n Europe, and the shelves groan with Irish artisan produce and farmhouse cheeses from the mild to the ultra-mature. Delicious stuff.

Soak up some culture in the Crawford Gallery

Soak up some culture in the Crawford Gallery

Located just off Patrick's Street lies the Crawford Gallery, an artistic institution since its beginning in 1884. At the heart of the gallery lies the famous Canova Casts, a series of plaster casts donated by the Vatican Museum to the Cork Society in 1818. The Belvedere Torsom The Laocoon and The Disc Thrower are among the breathtaking casts on display.

Enjoy a traditional Irish music session

Enjoy a traditional Irish music session

The traditional Irish music session is the quintessential "Irish experience" and has rightly earned its place on the "must dos" when visiting Ireland.  Duck into a pub any evening and chances are a small group of musicians will have taken over a corner.


Take a tour

Take a tour

A charming way to explore the stories and history of Cork City is with a tour and there are quiet a few to choose from. Cork City Tours operates open top double-decker buses, which run regularly during the day. The route is through main streets, along the quays and past city centre landmarks with a guide who'll regale you with tales of the city.

 
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