Cork Vision CentreCurrently Closed
- Address: At the end of Kyle Street, Cork, Ireland
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +353-214279925
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Cork Vision Centre - Review
The Cork vision center is known as the culture center of the city. The place is constantly bussing with music concerts, exhibitions, book launches, seminars and more activities than you can take in.
The place was originally built in the 1200s and still maintains its eccentric appearance and layout. Built in restored St. Peter’s church, you will not expect posh interiors is in contrast to the stone-relic exteriors.
The 3D map of the city is sure to impress you enough to visit more often. A good idea to visit the place after a long evening walk through the city.
Cork Vision Centre Information
- Do try to attend events which are held here regularly. The place itself is good enough to take a walk through with its old exteriors and new refurbished interiors.
- With the exception of exhibition installation periods.
- Entry is free.
How To reach Cork Vision Centre by Public Transport
- The nearest bus stop is at Sheares Street (Mercy Hospital)
- Bus number- 40, 205, 208, 220, 233, 235, 236, 237, 239
Restaurants Near Cork Vision Centre
- Spice Inn
- Louie Yang's Buffet
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Things to Know Before Visiting Cork Vision Centre
18.87% of people who visit Cork include Cork Vision Centre in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
55.21% of people start their Cork Vision Centre visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Cork Vision Centre
83.53% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cork Vision Centre
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Cork Vision Centre, Cork Reviews
Nice tourist centre with free entry. Former church turned into a tourist information, including the history and place to go to in the city. To use the public toilet, one needs to get the key from the guy. There were some historic weddings there too.
Wonderful space in the city centre. Very welcoming staff. Great coffee.
This hide church in the middle of the city, it's great for increase your knowledge. They have different expositions and it's free! As a moccha lover, I need to say it's not your place, but they have other options and some bites. For a cosy meeting with a friend and a cuppa I'll recommended :)
St peter s Cork is a wonderful place to learn about Cork City. They have a permanent display telling about the history of Cork. They also host countless events through out the year. Many events are public some are not. They currently have an ongoing historic event on Tuesday at 5p. A speaker comes in a gives a lecture. Other times they host childrens events to provide education. In the occasional evening there are dance lessons or art exhibitions. What ever your purpose for being in Cork St Peters is a must. As it is one of the older and a place of significance to Cork.
I could go to St Peters 4 to 5 time's a week I there's a lovely coffee shop in there. Home made cakes and scones and the coffee is great there's always something going on in there markets music choirs galleries fashion shows. The staff are always lovely. I love going in there