St Fin Barre's Cathedral

With its castle-like spires, elaborate gargoyles, and striking tiered domes capped with a gold leaf Resurrection Angel, St Fin Barre's Cathedral demands attention from all angles. Built by renowned architect William Burges in the mid 19th-century, Cork’s cathedral is a Neo-Gothic fantasy, complete with exquisite stained glass windows, elaborate mosaics and ornate sculptures.

Highlights include the remarkable marble floor mosaics, the grand pulpit and bishop's throne, and over a thousand sculptures, plus Ireland’s largest church organ and a 24lb cannonball, which dates back to the 1690 Siege of Cork.

Practical Info

St Fin Barre's Cathedral is located on Bishop Street in central Cork and is open Monday to Saturday from 9:30am-5:30pm and Sunday from 1:30-2:30pm and 4:30-6pm. Adult admission is €5.

Did you know? The history of St Fin Barre's Cathedral actually dates back to the 7th-century, when the Saint founded a monastic school on the site.
Location
Adresse: Bishop St, The Lough, Cork, Ireland, Irland
Time
Åbningstider: Mon-Sat 9:30am-5:30pm, Sun 1:30-2:30pm & 4:30-6pm
Ticket
Entré: Adult €5, Child €3
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