Cork Public Museum
Within a beautiful 19th Century Georgian building in Fitzgerald's Park, uncover an array of exhibitions and artefacts from the bronze age and Cork's medieval past. This museum also shines a light on the War of Independence.
Crawford Art Gallery
Crawford Art Gallery is situated in a significant heritage building in the heart of Cork city. The gallery's collection comprises of over 3,000 works, ranging from eighteenth-century Irish and European painting and sculpture, through to contemporary video installations. Their wide range ensures a little something for every art fanatic!
Food tasting trail
For the ultimate foodie in the ultimate foodie capital! Enjoy a relaxed 2.5/3 hour food trail around the city. Meet Artisan producers, visit farmers markets, Irish pubs and championing retailers, and taste the wonderful produce Cork has to offer.
The Lee session at Sin é
Opened in 1889 and serving the people of Cork since then, Sin é is widely viewed as the best traditional pub in Cork. Sin é is bursting with history and hosts live trad sessions 7 days a week. The Lee Sessions involve almost daily gatherings of some of the best musicians in the city.
Marina Market is Cork's largest indoor market with over 35 full time food vendors offering a diverse mix of global food. This market is in the heart of the city and is open from 8am - 8pm Monday to Sunday. They also hold a craft/farmers market every Saturday and Sunday.