Cork Past and Present is a service of Cork City Libraries and contains maps, photographs, prints, books, journals and more on the history, genealogy and culture of Cork.
The Mother Jones Festival celebrates the life and work of Cork woman Mary Harris who fought for the rights of miners and against child labour in the United States.
The Shandon Street Festival is an award-winning FREE fun-filled family day that takes place in one of the most historical and charming parts of the city.
The Butter Museum is the story of Ireland’s most important food export and the world’s largest butter market
St Anne’s Church Shandon one of the oldest churches in the city built in 1722. There is a wonderful view from the steeple.
Liam Ó hUigín gives guided historical walks around the different areas of Cork City, as well as giving photographic presentations to schools and various other groups in the City Libraries and community Centres around Cork.