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- Fun open-indoor food hall with a wide variety of fresh/packaged/prepared foods, goods & services, with some unique stalls. Very crowded on weekends, with long lines for the cafe upstairs.Written 5 December 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Worth the uphill walk up to this. Spent a while wandering round and reading about what had happened here. The statues were a little creepy but really added to the experience walking aroundWritten 28 September 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- A hidden gem in Cork city, thanks so much to Agnes for the warm welcome. Hoping to make it back for one of the gigs!Written 21 November 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Of all the Cathedrals in Ireland, this one has a really interesting history. Don’t be shy about asking for some of the history, starting with the back-stories of the architect, William Burgess. (Stephen really made this visit special.) Look for the astrological symbols ‘snuck’ into the stained glass windows in the top tier! Also, the story behind the two sets of pipes for the Organ. (Early surround-sound.)Written 1 October 2023
- This Church and tower is an interesting experience from several perspectives. You climb stairs to the level of the bell pulls where you can pull the ropes to play different tunes that ring out over the city. After you ring the bells, a unique opportunity, you get to climb the stairs of the tower. The climb includes passing through the level of the bell mechanism and is topped by an expansive view of the City of Cork. The view of the city enables you to appreciate the historic and economic significance of the city as you look over the old and new neighborhoods. You also get to spend time in the wonderful historic church itself. The experience brings new meaning and life to the wonderful Irish song and poem The Bells of Shandon by Francis Sylvester MahonyWritten 29 October 2023
- Well this is a hidden gem
Super friendly and enthusiastic staff
Gorgeous drinks - very different
Really enjoyed this visit
Will go back
Lots of locally sourced ingredientsWritten 1 September 2023
- Busy street in the heart of Cork city. Variety of shops, restaurants, cafe's, souvenir's, and always something happening for entertainment. Just cant escape from visiting here for anything.Written 25 October 2022
- We went to Blackrock castle this weekend and it was a lovely family day out. The exhibition is very interesting and the dome experience was great for the kids. The tour guide was casual and very knowledgeable..well worth the visit!Written 28 August 2023
- This is an exceptionally beautiful church. It is quite old style but is a haven of peace in the busy city. Mass in Latin is celebrated here regularly.Written 29 May 2023
- There are some really impressive statues and artefacts here that are worth exploring. Admissions is free, which was quite nice.Written 22 May 2023
- This is an interesting little museum that explains butter making and how Ireland became a major player in this market. If you have 45 minutes to an hour to spare it is worth a visit.Written 12 October 2023
- We really enjoyed the ambience. It's such a relaxed and interesting place to go and love the pizzas there. Great to hear that live music is coming too.Written 4 November 2023
- The staff here was super helpful and gave us great recommendations on things to do and how to use the public transport. The guy we talked to seemed to be genuinely proud of his community and like he enjoyed sharing it, which is always nice to see and a good feeling. If you've got free time in Cork and you're not sure how to spend it, you should swing by and get some pointers.Written 27 September 2023
- We have been to the cork centre twice now and it is a great experience for adults and children. A great activity for rainy days. The staff are very helpful and friendly, special shout out to Sam. There are various levels of difficulty and you come away with a real sense of achievement and quite exhausted. Great funWritten 8 October 2023
- 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