Heritage/Visitor Centre in Cork

Ireland is awash with fascinating Heritage and Visitor Centres, many on your doorstep and others only a short drive away. Below we've included some of the most popular ones. Click on a Heritage/Visitor Centre venue below to get more information.

Old Cork Waterworks Experience

Lee Road, Cork
Old Cork Waterworks Experience
 

Arriving at the Old Cork Waterworks on the banks of the River Lee, you find handsome red sandstone and limestone buildings and a towering chimney: monuments to that same Victorian civic pride that left architectural legacies across Cork City. Inside, exploring interactive exhibits and tou

Cork - Fota House and Gardens

Carrigtohill, Co. Cork
Fota House and Gardens
 

Fota House is a fabulous regency style great country house situated in East Cork. It has been restored and conserved by the Irish Heritage Trust who share the magnificent surroundings by way of public guided tours from April to September inclusive. Visitors can discover fascinating insig

Cork - Cobh Heritage Centre

Deepwater Quad, Cobh, Co. Cork
Cobh Heritage Centre
 

The Queenstown Story An Unmissable Experience The Queenstown Story is an informative and sometimes emotive story of Irish Emigration; From Virginia to Barbados, from Canada to Australia. Walk in the footsteps of our emigrant ancestors and read about their interesting stories. The exhi

West Cork Model Railway Village

The Station, Inchydoney Road, Clonakilty, Co. Cork
West Cork Model Railway Village
 

West Cork Model Railway Village Experience West Cork in miniature As Irelands only Model Village, the West Cork Model Railway Village in Clonakilty, Co. Cork is a fully scaled handmade model of the historic West Cork Railway Line with fully working trains and the towns that the railway s

University College Cork

Western Road, Cork
University College Cork
 

UCC has many visitors each year and there are many things to see in UCC including the Glucksman Art Gallery, the Honan Chapel, and the newly refurbished Ogham Stones collection, the Crawford Observatory and the Visitors Centre. The UCC campus is noted for its mature well-wooded grounds con

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