Museums in Centre

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Museums in Centre

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  • Lorraine B. L.
    Donegal Town, Ireland2 contributions
    I visited the Crawford with a group of my girl friends on a weekend away in Cork and I must say what a gorgeous experience the 5 of us had! The museum is an old Georgian/Victorian era gem. A jewel in the city centre. Firstly we went to look at the Ground floor exhibition (Meat and Potatoes ?) while in here we were greeted by a lovely young lad called John. He was so warm and helpful and knew a lot about the background of the paintings and the context of the exhibition. I visit a lot of exhibitions and the workers are usually either not around or don’t know anything about the art but this young lad knew what he was talking about !! I absolutely adored the Yeats and seeing the painted biscuits. The staff upstairs were nice too. Loved the Harry Clarke room, what an asset to the city. The Crawford has a great bookshop on top of a fantastic gallery !
    Written 31 August 2022
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  • Rod1015
    Cork, Ireland74 contributions
    My husband and I avail of any opportunity to visit this beautiful Venue. The intimate coffee/wine Dock is a welcome stop off before the Cinema. The patrons who visit appear to have a genuine appreciation of the arts, as there is no popcorn munching, unwrapping of sweets or mobile phone intrusions. The City Centre venue makes for convenience and the staff are always helpful and pleasant. We look forward to receiving the weekly Schedules so that we can plan our next visit.
    Written 6 March 2020
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  • Phil2252
    Cork163 contributions
    This is a small gallery which has a wide range of art from ceramics, to painting , prints and sculpture . The Lavitt has exhibitions for emerging artists and it is a great opportunity to get your hands on early works.
    The price range is good and you can find Christmas, wedding and birthday presents. You can also get a voucher, I recently got a voucher there for a wedding. Great for the couple who has everything.
    Written 23 September 2015
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