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Kids go free on the weekend at Nano Nagle Place

Thanks to all the BRILLIANT artists who have visited our museum and coloured in our Nano story pages (and drawn […]

Marking three hundred years since the birth of Nano Nagle ‘A Valiant Woman’

Last week in Cork city women from all over the world gathered to celebrate the birth of a woman who […]

Nano Nagle’s (bit) part in the Irish War of Independence

At Nano Nagle Place we are celebrating the tercentenary of Nano Nagle’s Birth this year. The year, 2018, marks another […]

The Catholics of the Blackwater Valley and Nano’s Early Life

The landscape of North Cork has not changed much since the eighteenth century. It is still a pastoral region of […]

Cold Cork – Nano’s City in the Snow

It’s most likely that Nano Nagle would have been unfazed by the snow that blanketed Cork City in early March […]

A Timeline of Nano Nagle’s World

We’ve already had over 600 school students through our doors at Nano Nagle Place. We’re working hard to make sure […]

Official Launch of Nano Nagle Place, Monday 18th December 2017

We’re delighted to share this video of Nano Nagle Place, featuring MC Ger Canning, blessings by the three Bishops of […]

How to meet Bob and Joan, children of eighteenth-century Cork …

When we tell the story of Nano Nagle founding her schools in Cork in the 1750s, we mention that there […]

Eoin Turner talks about his glass sculpture at Nano Nagle Place

What did you know about Nano Nagle before being approached for the project? I knew she was the founder of […]

How the People’s Princess is linked with The Millennium Woman of the Year

From Thurles to Cove Lane The Nagle Family had a vast and varied history long before the arrival of Honora […]

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