Free entry to Nano Nagle Place on Saturday 18th of May to celebrate International Museum Day

Mother explores interactive desk exhibition with her children in the Nano Nagle Place Museum.
Credit: Karlis Dzjamko

Cork, Saturday 18th May 2024 Nano Nagle Place is celebrating International Museum Day 2024 by welcoming the Cork community to explore its award-winning museum for free. Visitors are invited to discover the inspiring history of Nano Nagle and her enduring legacy at Nano Nagle Place. In addition, Madrigal ’75, a diverse vocal ensemble founded by university students in 1975, will perform a free concert in the Goldie Chapel at 4:00 PM with all donations going to Nano Nagle Place.

Nano Nagle Place, nestled in the heart of Cork City, is dedicated to fostering a world where everyone feels connected and belongs, embodying the enduring legacy of Nano Nagle,” said John Smith, CEO of Nano Nagle Place. “In 2022, Nano Nagle Place was honoured with the Council of Europe Museum Prize, recognizing our commitment to evolving and adapting to meet the changing needs of society. As we continue to evolve, we remain dedicated to sharing Nano Nagle’s story and engaging with diverse local and global audiences. Being acknowledged by Trip Advisor as one of the ‘Travelers Choice – Best of the Best for 2023‘ has drawn many tourists to experience our interactive museum. Now, we extend a warm invitation to our local community to come and be inspired by the spirit of Nano Nagle.”

MTU's resident vocal ensemble Madrigal '75 performs for a full house on International Museum Day in the Goldie Chapel
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