For fun activities, things to do and places to see in Cork. See below a selection of our recommended places to go in Co. Cork, Ireland. Click on the venue name below for more information on each venue in Cork.
Six screen Cinema, Digital Sound Theatres, Balcony seating in larger Screens, Kids Corner every Saturday & Sunday), Late Shows every Friday & Saturday night, free parking (limited to 3 hours Monday-Friday 08.30 - 18.00) Program changes every Friday. Booking office open from 11.00 to 22.30 daily. Group Rates available. Reduced priced tickets availab - Reel Ballincollig
The citys newest cinema is located in an increasingly fashionable part of town. Inside one finds six screens all equipped with Dolby digital stereo. The seating is very comfortable, with plenty of leg room and there is also a cup rest. Snacks are available, both hot and cold. The movies on show are mainstream for the most part; a range of kids fil - Gate Multiplex
7 Screen Cinema, self service shop, easy access parking (600 spaces),
Digital Sound Theatres, Luxury Stadium Seating, Kids Corner (Saturdays and Sundays) Late Shows Fridays and Saturdays. Program runs Friday to Thursday inclusive.
Booking Office open 10:30 - 22.30. Group rates and Party rates available. Company tickets available. Admissio - Reel Blackpool
An Island Garden located in the sheltered harbour of Glengarriff in Bantry Bay, in Southwest Ireland, Ilnacullin is a small island of 15 hectares (37 acres) known to horticulturists and lovers of trees and shrubs all around the world as an island garden of rare beauty. Ilnacullin is renowned for its richness of plant form and colour, changing cont - Ilnacullin (Garnish Island)
The Donkey Sanctuary has taken in about 2400 donkeys rescued from all parts of Ireland. Many have been abandoned or put in a field and given little or no attention after having worked for their owners for years, hauling peat or pulling a cart. There is a strong feeling at the Donkey Sanctuary that supporters have the right to see how their money is - Donkey Sanctuary
Built in 1865, the cathedral remains one of Corks most famed landmarks. The cathedral is based on the William Burges French gothic style design. Burges gave the cathedral a Resurrection Angel, made of copper and gold leaf as a gift and it is located on the pinnacle of the sanctuary. There is a local superstition which states that if ever the angel - St. Finbarrs Cathedral
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You will also have access details on forthcoming Movies which are "Coming Soon". You can download Trailers, and even read about the stars on our Biographies page! - Cinemax Bantry