Cork Public Museum
The exhibitions, which are attractively displayed in a house in Fitzgerald Park, display life in the Cork region from as early as prehistoric times, through scale models, old documents, engravings and objects. The town's commercial, artistic, political and social evolution is charted through a little-known heritage of lovely specimens of old lace, an intricately carved golden bird, rare pieces of silverware and paintings.
Address:Western Road Cork
Price:free of charge
Apr-Sep: Mon-Sat 11am-1pm, 2.15pm-5pm (4pm Sat), Sun 3pm-5pm