Fitzgerald's Park is situated on the picturesque bank of the river Lee and spans eighteen acres. The park has swings and ... More
Fitzgerald's Park is situated on the picturesque bank of the river Lee and spans eighteen acres. The park has swings and slides for children to play on and is a popular Bank Holiday and sunny Sunday location for young families. It is not only the young, however, who enjoy the park! The landscaped gardens, rich with trees and shrubs, as well as sculptures by Cork's own Seamus Murphy, make it the perfect place for an evening stroll. Also on site is the Cork Public Museum where you can peruse Michael Collin's love letters to Kitty O'Shea among other titbits.
This is a very good park. Not too big, and with people just lying in the grass reading a book or relaxing...There is an ice-cream man where you can buy a big soft ice cream for 1 euro, a children's play ground, a large pond in the middle of the park and a view on a posh area of the city uphill..very good place to spend a lazy sunday afternoon.
Situated across perhaps the most picturesque stretch of the River Lee in Cork City, Daly's Bridge of 1926 connects Sundays
Well Road with the charming formal gardens of Fitzgerald Park . During the last century, ferry boats crossed the ...
This church is a magnificent essay in Neo Gothic by A.W. Pugin. It was completed in 1868, replacing an earlier
church built on the same site in 1786. Pugin had intended to have a spire erected but this was ...
The Maryborough House Hotel offers elegant accommodations on 24 acres of gardens and parkland about 10 minutes' drive from Cork.
Completely restored, the mansion's original Georgian architecture creates old world charm in the midst of modern services and amenities. ...