A message to all visitors
At Nano Nagle Place, our visitor’s safety is our top priority. We have put several measures in place over the past year to ensure your safety and the safety of our staff members.
For a full description of how we are working to keep you safe at Nano Nagle Place visit our Covid-19 precautions page.
Due to social distancing measures we now have timed admissions to our museum for self guided tour. Tickets can be bought at our museum reception or HERE.
Please note we will not be running our daily guided tour in the coming months due to Covid-19, however we run weekly virtual guided tours on Sunday at 3.30pm with an expert tour guide. Book your ticket here.
Nano Nagle Place is on Douglas Street, two blocks south of the south channel of the River Lee.
To walk to us from Patrick’s Street walk along Princes Street, cross the South Mall, walk along Parliament Street and over Parliament Bridge. After crossing the bridge cross over George’s Quay and continue straight along Mary Street. You will find Nano Nagle Place at the end of Mary Street.
Driving to us is more complicated! Douglas Street is one way in front of Nano Nagle Place. The best way to approach is via from the direction of Barrack Street. You can also drive down Evergreen Road and take a sharp right onto Douglas Street from there. Please note we have no car park (they didn’t need them in the 18th century!). Please see our note about parking below.
Nano Nagle Place is open Tuesday- Sunday 10.00-17.00.
Our interactive heritage experience tells the story of 18th Century Cork, Nano Nagle’s inspiring work and the lives and work of the Presentation Sisters over time, and today.
It is free to visit Nano Nagle’s tomb, and the gardens – self-guided tours of the museum can be booked in advance HERE or tickets are available in our museum reception. Last admission to the museum is at 16.15 to allow 45 minutes to see the exhibition before the museum closes at 17.00.
In light of the Covid-19 epidemic we have introduced a time slotted system for entry into the museum. Household groups are admitted into the museum in 15 minute intervals, giving you a chance to socially distance and explore the museum at your own pace.
Please make sure to arrive at the museum reception 5 minutes before your time slot. We are situated in the inner city, and so don’t have a car park. It can take time to find on street parking, so make sure to factor this into your journey time!
Nano Nagle Place is closed on Mondays.
|Heritage Experience Opening Times|
|Tuesday – Friday||11.00 – 17.00|
|Saturday & Sunday||11.00 – 17.00|
|Admission Prices to heritage experience for self-guided tours:|
|Families (2 adults, up to 4 children)||€18.00|
Group rates are available for groups of 10 or over, visit our Group Tours page to find out more.
Families who are doing the Cork City Playful Culture Trail can avail of a family ticket for €10! You can avail of this rate at our Museum ticket desk or by using the discount code PLAYTRAIL on our website! Have you found Bláithín the Lizard?
Due to Covid-19 we will not be running group tours in the coming months. As health advice changes we will move to accept group bookings again.
Please note we can accommodate virtual group tours with an expert tour guide. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There is no parking available at our site … they didn’t have cars in the 18th century when Nano chose this place!
On street parking is available on Douglas Street and there is often parking during daytime hours on Evergreen Street. We can supply a parking disk for €2
During the month of July our front plaza will be closed to all traffic to allow for social distancing and to allow people to queue safely.