Bantry House & Gardens Immerse yourself in the epic adventure of 1796 which includes an individual sound tour, complete with accompanying music and sound effects available in a choice of different languages.
Cork Visitor Attractions
Guests visiting Cork have a range of Attractions in the county to visit as below. Equally visitors to Cork City can visit these Cork City Visitor Attractions in Cork
The famous Blarney Stone is kissed by many visitors each year, and tradition says that those who kiss the stone will receive the gift eloquence..
Charles Fort is a classic example of a star-shaped fort and has five bastions, constructed in the late 17th century on the site of an earlier coastal fortification
Cobh Heritage Centre The story of Cobh's origins, it's unque history and legacy are dramatically recalled at The Queenstown Story - a stunning multi media exhibition at Cobh's restored Victorian Railway Station. Themes include The Titanic, Emigration & Famine. New Genealogy Service available.
Cork City Goal has been restored as a highly exciting visitor attraction in Cork City which set out to tell the visitor what life was like there for prisoners in the 19th century. An exciting Audio Visual presentation is an integral part of the experience along with life like figues and sound effects. Explore this impressive castle like building, where Night Tours are also available as well as School Tours and Corporate Events. Cork City Tour Bus stops at Cork City Gaol.
Located in the heart of Cork's historic centre, and within walking distance of the city's artistic, commercial and tourist attractions, the Cork Vision Centre offers visitors an opportunity to appreciate a fine example of conservation in action, and to explore Cork's evolution from past, through present, and onwards to future development.
Desmond Castle in Kinsale town has had a colourful history, ranging from Spanish occupation in 1601 to use as a prison for captured American sailors during the American War of Independence..
DONERALE WILDLIFE PARK North of Doneraile town in Co. Cork, a great landscaped estate - 160 hectares of parklands with mature groves of deciduous trees and a number of deer herds.
Fota Wildlife Park is Ireland's only Wildlife Park. In this rural setting one can view rare and endangered species of wildlife in surroundings which have been developed as close as possible to their natural environment.
Exploring the Jameson Heritage Centre in Midleton Co. Cork will take you back through time. Discover the history, and the magical taste of Irish Whiskey, Uisce Beatha (The Water of Life) the mystical spirit perfected by Irish monks in the 6th Century A.D. A wonderful day out in East Cork.
Michael Collins Centre just outside Clonakilty have been interpreting the life of Michael Collins since 1997, when they organized the first Michael Collins Tours, taking visitors to the important sites in West Cork associated with the famous patriot. Elizabeth Slyne Crowley, grandmother of Tim Crowley was a cousin of Michael Collins and her husband Tim Crowley was on active service during the 1916 rebellion
Over 500 acres of lakes, waterfalls, streams, wetlands, walks, picnic areas, moorlands, arboretum, herb rich meadows, ornamental gardens, archaeological sites, native deer, birds and wildlife. Treat yourself to a visit, you will find yourself coming back again and again..
The Mizen Head Signal Station Visitor Centre Irelands' Most South-westerly Point in West Cork.
The Royal Gunpowder Mills, Ballincollig invites you to visit their exciting, and unique industrial complex on the banks of the River Lee in Cork, where the manufacture of gunpowder took place from 1794 to 1903.
Enjoy a visit to The West Cork Model Railway Village the first of its kind in Ireland. Experience the sights and the sounds of life in West Cork during the 1940's.