Nano Nagle Place is open from 10am – 5pm, Tuesday – Sunday. We are closed on Mondays.
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 our 3.5 acre site, our walled gardens & Nano Nagle’s tomb. Please note you need to pay to enter our museum where we offer self guided and guided tours. See admission rates below.
|Self Guided Tour
|Families (2 adults, up to 4 children)
Parking & How to Find Us
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.
Nano Nagle Place is on Douglas Street, two blocks south of the south channel of the River Lee. See map below for details on walking to Nano Nagle Place
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.
Are you planning a group tour of Nano Nagle Place? We can accommodate a tour of 25 persons maximum. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
If you are running a tour for children or teenagers, please go to our School Groups page where there is more information on what we offer and our rates.
If you would like to book a table in our garden cafe Good Day Deli, please contact them directly at 021 432 2107 or see their website: www.gooddaydeli.ie