Fitzgerald Park, Cork
About Fitzgerald Park, Cork
Fitzgerald Park, Cork - Address, Phone Number
Address: Mardyke, Cork, Ireland
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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If you are in the mood to take in some sun and spend a day in an urban garden, then Fitzgerald Park is the place to go while in Cork. The place is buzzing with artists and comedy performances on some days while on other days you can see families in the park around small picnics baskets.
A good place to just soak in the sun on a clear day, the place is sure to charge you up after a day or two of exploring the city.
Fitzgerald Park Information
- Visit the nearby Cork Public Museum.
- Visitors love to have a small picnic here on a lazy day.
How To reach Fitzgerald Park by Public Transport
- Nearest bus stop is at Western Rd
- Bus number- 208, 220, 233, 235, 236, 237, 239
Restaurants Near Fitzgerald Park
- Cafe at Cork Museum
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Fitzgerald Park, Cork Reviews - Write a Review
This park is a great place to get away from it all anytime of the year with great scenery, nature in the heart of the city!! Also there is, toilet facilities, a café and its close to the local university (University College Cork) and is accessible by either walking distance to a bus service to town as well. Take bus number 8 from Patrick Street to get there as it's a treasure with it's pleasant riverside views as well. A definite must if you're in need of tranquility and wellness.
This is a wonderful park set alongside a flowing river with plenty of tall trees and a small cafe. There's a walk with a series of interesting sculptures and places for children to play, and little surprises to discover every here and there. Worth a trip to quiet the mind.
Lovely park just minutes from the city centre .Plenty of seating and loads open green areas for kids to play on.Nice big play area too with swings/slides/monkey bars/rope bridges/seesaws/climbing frames/send out ideal for kids.Public toilets available ,security in site, museum/gallery /coffee shop all in one location.Had great family /social events here throughout the year and beautiful river walks/fountains/shrubbery/talk trees.Next to the famous "Shakey Bridge" a well known corkonian landmark :)
Lovely parkland setting close to city centre. Great river views and wide variety of plants and specimen trees.
It is a lovely Park only down fall for me is playarea. Parents have to constantly follow kids to keep an eye on them thanks to the big wall.
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