Cork Public Museum
Lewis Glucksman Gallery
This award-winning building is a startling construction of limestone, steel and timber. Two floors of galleries with suitably...
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.