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“Everyone NEEDS to go to the Butter Museum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Review of Butter Museum

Butter Museum
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US$19.99*
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Cork Audio Tour
Ranked #20 of 162 things to do in Cork
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Reviewed 7 November 2016

When we were walking around the town, we stumbled across the Butter Museum. Had read a bit about it, but not much. Remembered it was pretty cheap price-wise, and since we're ballin' on a budget, decided to give it a shot. SO GLAD WE DID!!! This was the best museum I've ever been to!!! What made our visit so great? Getting there at 11:30, watching the short film, then watching butter be made at noon (only on certain days) and helping MAKE THE BUTTER! Woohoo!! Not just for kids, but adults too! We even got to take home the butte we made! Isn't that awesome?? The museum itself is super neat and interesting, too! Such a great trip, totally worth it. And the staff are so incredibly nice and informative, too! Definitely will go back if I'm ever in Cork!!!!

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Reviewed 21 October 2016

Most certainly worth visiting. It is an extremely interesting and unusual museum. Initially shown a video presentation which lasted about 15/20 mins and focused on the history of Irelands diary industry from late 50's to mid 80's with the emphasis on the impact of the EU.

Thank PIGGOTTS
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Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

Perhaps not to everyone's taste, but I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the butter museum - very interesting! The museum isn't huge but tells a great story and is well-presented.

Thank Escapementality
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Reviewed 10 October 2016

Most interesting was the video in which the transition from small farm, home production to international exporting is described. Some of the other exhibits were also interesting. If there had not been other attractions nearby, we might have missed it, but it was good exercise and informative. Do not go out of your way, but if you are in the area, drop in.

Thank nomad_rover
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Reviewed 9 October 2016

My husband and I visited the museum and were not sure what to expect. We were pleasantly surprised! There is a movie describing the impact the butter industry has had on the Irish economy in the 20th century. There are exhibits of churns and other tools used in previous centuries for the making of butter. Exhibits also include maps reflecting the growth of the Cork area. I didn't realize how important the dairy industry has been to Ireland's economy for centuries.

Thank jssc4
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