In light of the Covid-19 pandemic 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.
The Nano Nagle Place experience is a wonderful break from the norm for those on group tours. Our immersive heritage centre, designed for exploration, interaction and discovery, is a welcome change from the traditional guided tour. We are happy to welcome visitors, and give a tour if it is desired, but have had positive feedback from groups who were allowed to ‘do it on their own’.
The self-guided tour allows you to explore the wonderfully interactive heritage exhibition in your own time, including access to the beautiful Goldie Chapel.
Our 3.5 acre site is an unexpected oasis, a calm place for group members to wander and relax. Our shops are jam packed with Cork-made items and bespoke Nano Nagle Place gifts.
A guided tour of Nano Nagle Place includes a tour of the heritage exhibition and two other special rooms in the 1771 building. These tours are facilitated by our wonderful heritage Ambassadors and often by Presentation Sisters.
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 group rates.
Are you planning a group tour of Nano Nagle Place? Refreshments can be provided by Nano Nagle Place if booked in advance as part of your tour booking for an additional cost (this service will not be available during Summer 2020)
If you would like to book a table n Good Day Deli, please contact them directly at 021 432 2107 or book online HERE
Please note that many bus drivers will not drive down Douglas Street. In this case the best place to be dropped is George’s Quay, a 4 minute walk to Nano Nagle Place.
Book a group visit
To enquire about bringing a group to Nano Nagle Place museum, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our front desk (021) 4193580 to be transferred to Sorcha.