Embark on a captivating 90-minute private walking tour, immersing yourselves in Cork’s rich history and vibrant atmosphere. Begin at the iconic Berwick Fountain, a Victorian masterpiece, before strolling down the lively Douglas Street, experiencing the heart of local culture. Explore the architectural elegance of Hibernian House and marvel at the neo-Gothic splendor of St. Peter and Paul’s Church. Continue along the bustling Patrick Street, discovering its diverse offerings, and uncover the historical significance of Bridewell Garda Station. Conclude at Grand Parade (Grafton Mall), where cultural events and festivities add a joyful note to your tour. Throughout the tour hear intriguing stories about the city’s heritage, culture, history and development.

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  • Discover the Victorian elegance of Cork
  • Immerse in the local culture along vibrant Douglas Street
  • Experience the lively atmosphere of Patrick Street


  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

90 minutes
  • 1

    Berwick Fountain

    The Berwick Fountain, located in the heart of Cork, is a Victorian-style fountain featuring intricate carvings and a central pillar. Erected in 1860, it stands as a symbol of the city's history and architectural heritage.

  • 2

    Douglas Street

    Douglas Street is a vibrant thoroughfare lined with charming shops, cafes, and historic buildings. Stroll along this lively street to experience the local atmosphere and discover the unique character of Cork.

  • 3

    Hibernian House

    Hibernian House, an architectural gem on South Mall, showcases Georgian elegance with its symmetrical design and ornate detailing. Built in the 18th century, it adds a touch of historic charm to Cork's urban landscape.

  • 4

    St. Peter and Paul's Church

    St. Peter and Paul's Church, an imposing neo-Gothic structure, boasts stunning stained glass windows and intricate stone carvings. Explore the church's interior to appreciate its religious significance and architectural beauty.

  • 5

    Patrick Street

    Patrick Street is Cork's main shopping thoroughfare, bustling with activity and lined with a mix of traditional and modern storefronts. Enjoy a leisurely walk, shop for local souvenirs, and soak in the city's vibrant energy.

  • 6

    Bridewell Garda Station

    The Bridewell Garda Station, a historic police station, reflects Cork's architectural heritage with its red brick facade and arched windows. Learn about its role in local law enforcement as you pass by.

  • 7

    Grand Parade (Grafton Mall)

    Grand Parade, also known as Grafton Mall, is a picturesque public space surrounded by historic buildings and landmarks. Take a moment to appreciate the open square and its role in Cork's civic life.

Meeting Point

In front of the Berwick Fountain (Grand Parade, Centre, Cork, Ireland) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.