Make sure to book tickets for our new exhibition … ‘Changing Habits: 250 Years of Convent Life’. Read more about it HERE!

Due to Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to run guided tours of our museum. Book tickets for a self guided tour HERE and download our APP and audio guide HERE.

Please note we now offer a WEEKLY VIRTUAL TOUR of our museum every Sunday at 3.30pm. Book your tickets HERE.


Nano Nagle Place is a great place to start your discovery of Cork City and the beautiful printed materials that come with your ticket help you to discover both our 3.4 acre site and the city of Cork. We have taken extra precautions due to the interactive nature of our museum, with gloves available, sanitiser stations dotted about the site, and with a regular cleaning routine in operation where screens are wiped down. For more on the Nano Nagle Place response to Covid-19 please click HERE. You can now book your tickets to the museum online HERE.

The self-guided heritage experience engagingly describes life in 18th century Cork before going on to explore the story of how Nano Nagle worked tirelessly to help and educate the poor and disadvantaged of the city. The visitor can then interactively discover how the order she founded, the Presentation Sisters, has travelled across the globe to continue her work.

For younger visitors we have created a special booklet to help them discover the museum, with crayons to take on their visit and bring home.

Our site houses a complex of beautiful 18th-century buildings including the convent that Nano built for the Ursuline Order in 1771. Access to this building is via our guided tour at 15.00. Objects owned and used by Nano, now lovingly conserved, are housed here. In this building, too, is ‘Miss Nagle’s Parlour’, a carefully conserved 18th-century room where Nano spent time with the Ursuline sisters and their boarding students.

One of the videos from our heritage experience gives a wonderful introduction to Nano.

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