Cork Public Museum
Lewis Glucksman Gallery
This award-winning building – shortlisted for the 2005 Stirling Prize – is a startling construction of limestone, steel and timber. Two...
The National Radio Museum is upstairs in the Cork City Gaol which, after its closure in 1923, housed a radio station from 1927 until...
Cork City Gaol
This imposing former prison is well worth a visit, if only to get a sense of how awful life was for prisoners a century ago. An audio...
Contemporary and experimental works are staged here by the UCC drama group and visiting companies.
This above-par museum cafe enjoys the sylvan surrounds of the university grounds, and serves a broad-ranging menu – from burgers to...
Fitzgerald Park, Mardyke Walk · interesting places nearby
Cork Public Museum information
Located in a Georgian house with a modern extension, this museum recounts Cork’s history. The diverse collection of local artefacts tells the story from the Stone Age right up to local football legend Roy Keane.