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  1. Allihies Copper Mine Museum

    Allihies, Cork

    The history of copper mining in the Allihies region began in the Bronze Age and ended in the twentieth century. Allihies Copper Mine Museum is housed in the old Methodist church, in Allihies County Cork. Read more

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  2. Mill Cove Gallery

    Castletownbere, Cork

    Mill Cove Gallery, in Castletownbere West Cork, exhibits the best of Irish contemporary art by established and emerging artists. The work on display includes painting, sculpture, ceramics and print. Read more

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  3. Loughbeg Farm

    Schull, Cork

    See farm animals, poultry, 80 raised vegetable beds, greenhouse and views of the West Cork coast and countryside. Read more

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  4. University College Cork -UCC

    Cork City, Cork

    University College Cork (UCC) dates back to 1845 and its seamless combination of the old and new provide an inspiring place to visit in Cork City.

    UCC is located on the western part of Cork city, about 1km from the city centre. Read more

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  5. Leahy's Open Farm

    Dungourney, Cork

    Situated in the beautiful East Cork countryside, around 4km from the village of Dungourney, is Leahy's Open Farm, a fun farm and museum that shows all aspects of rural life. Read more

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  6. Kilbolane Castle

    Milford, Cork

    The remains of Kilbolane Castle are located in Milford, County Cork. It is a square castle with rounded turrets at the corners and is surrounded by a moat. Read more

  7. Jungle City

    Clonakilty, Cork

    'Jungle City' is a large scale outdoor art exhibition that will see 30 brightly painted, life sized animal sculptures installed in every nook and cranny around Clonakilty, West Cork. Read more

  8. Knockdrum Stone Fort

    Castletownshend, Cork

    The Knockdrum Stone Fort can be found in County Cork, just 1km east of Castletownshend. It is a circular, hilltop fort that underwent repairs sometime before 1860. Read more

  9. The Donkey Sanctuary

    Liscarroll, Cork

    The Donkey Sanctuary, in Liscarroll County Cork, has taken in about 2,400 donkeys rescued from all parts of Ireland. It is an Irish registered charity working to improve conditions for donkeys and mules and welcomes visitors. Read more

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  10. Ballymaloe Cookery School Garden

    Shanagarry, Cork

    The famous Ballymaloe Cookery School at Shanagarry, County Cork is home to Edwardian gardens that are managed in an organic manner. It also offers gardening courses that reflect the school's philosophy. Read more

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