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Jameson Experience in County Cork

Make your own way to the old Midleton Distillery, which is located in Midleton, around a 15-minute drive from the city of Cork. Begin by watching an informative video that will introduce you to the story of Jameson. The long-standing brand has been producing Irish whiskey for more than 230 years. After getting up to speed on the history of Jameson, talk a walk through the old distillery in the company of an expert guide. Some of the buildings here date back as far as the late 18th century and although the distillery is no longer functioning, much of the equipment and features have been carefully preserved and restored.As you walk through the historical buildings, see old kilns, mills and distilling equipment, including the largest pot still in the world. Enter a 19th-century warehouse, which has been carefully restored with original features and now stores casks full of aging whiskey. Learn about the artisan craft of building whiskey barrels through a cooperage exhibit in the warehouse.Finish up in the Jameson Bar, where a select few participants will get to take part in a comparative tasting. They’ll learn how to distinguish Jameson from different types of whiskey. Everyone in the tour can then savor a complimentary glass of Jameson or a Jameson-based cocktail.The tour concludes here in the bar, where you can indulge in more whiskey tastings (own expense). Alternatively, browse the gift store, which stocks exclusive Jameson merchandise.

$23.19 Day Trips & Excursions

Cork City Sightseeing (Hopper Bus)

Blarney Castle We stop in the village of Blarney to give you the chance to kiss the Blarney Stone and receive the "gift of the gab" for 7 years. Situated on the battlements of the famed Blarney Castle you shall have to bend over backwards to kiss the stone! You can also visit the witches caves in the castle grounds or maybe you will indulge in the tax free shopping haven of the Blarney Wollen Mills, Ireland's biggest craft shop. Cobh Historic Cobh is situated on the Cork Harbour. Here we hear stories of the millions of Irish people that emigrated from Cobh between 1840 and 1950. Cobh was also known as Queenstown, renamed when Queen Victoria visited. In 1912 it was the last stop of the RMS Titanic. We will see the Titanic monument in the town center and visit the impressive St Coleman's cathedral. The town also has a monument to remember the sinking of the passenger ship Lusitania, during world war 1 in 1915, which happened close to Cork harbor. Optional: Fota Wildlife Park Consider jumping off at Ireland's most famous wildlife park. Situated in Carrigtwohill, County Cork this 70 acre wildlife park is home to 50 bird species and 30 mammals. Many if the animals are free to roam and interact with visitors such as squirrel monkeys, and giraffes which allows these animals to live in a more natural environment. Considered one of Ireland's top 10 visitor's attractions, this is a must see for every traveler. Optional: Jameson Experience Midleton We also offer the option of dropping you at the Jameson Experience, located in the Old Distillery in Midleton. The distillery was established in the 1700s and has a wonderful visitor's center. Ireland's most popular whiskey, distilled in Ireland's largest whiskey distillery is a must see and a fabulous tour for those interested in the whiskey distilled process and of course not to mention the tasting at the end of the tour. Tickets for Jameson Experience are not included, but can be purchased on the day. Tour finishes in Cork City Centre Tour finishes in Cork City Centre, you will have enjoyed a great fun day tour with a great group of fellow international travelers. Slainte/to your health!

$1668.92 Cultural & Theme Tours

Small-Group 6-Day Driftwood Tour from Dublin

6 Day Driftwood Tour starting in Dublin - travelling through County Wicklow to Kilkenny City for the first night, onto Waterford and Wexford, 2 Nights in a 5* Castle Hotel. Onto East Cork for a night with the final night in Kinsale, County Cork before returning to Dublin.REVEL AT SOME OF EUROPE’S VERY BEST SCENERY: •       The Wicklow Mountains - Ireland’s largest single area of upland Wilderness.•       The Knockmealdown Mountains and the Golden Vale of Tipperary.•        The Comeragh Drive through some of the least visited Irish mountains.•       The Hook Head Peninsula and the unspoilt ‘Copper Coast’ of Waterford ENJOY SOME OF IRELAND’S HSTORIC BUILDINGS: •       Kilkenny Castle, St Canice’s Cathedral and the Round Tower - all within Kilkenny City•       Loftus Hall - The most haunted building in Ireland•       Jerpoint Park - Hear the fascinating story of the ‘lost town’ of Jerpoint.•       Altamount House and Gardens - A great example of a Robinsonian style garden•       Blarney castle and gardens - Kiss the world-famous stone or get away from the crowds and explore the extensive grounds of the castle•       Visit the grave of Santa ClausVISIT SOME OF IRELAND’S ANCIENT HISTORICAL SITES:•       Glendalough, A 5th Century Monastic Site nestled in the Wicklow Mountains•       Rathgall - Ireland’s largest ancient Ringfort•       The Hook Head Lighthouse - the world’s oldest continually working lighthouse•       The Ardmore Round TowerEVOCATIVE REMINDERS OF IRELAND’S TURBULENT PAST:•       The Dunbrody Famine Ship and the harrowing story of the Irish famine.•       The Ros Tapestry and the story of the arrival of the Anglo Normans in Ireland•       Cobh/Queenstown - Centre of mass emigration and last port of call of the TitanicA VISIT TO SOME OF IRELAND’S LEADING NAMES:•       Waterford Crystal Factory - The World’s most famous crystal producer.•       Jameson Distillery in Midleton - Arguably the home of Irish whiskey•       Stephen Pearce Pottery - A renowned Irish craftsman OVERNIGHTING IN: •       Kilkenny - Ireland’s medieval capital and only inland city.•       Waterford Castle Hotel - Intimate five star luxury on its own private island.•       Kinsale - Ireland’s attractive gourmet capital•       Ballycotton Bay on the south coast of County Cork

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