Explore the conditions on board the early emigrant vessels, including the dreaded “coffin ships”

Experience life on board a convict ship leaving Cove for Australia in 1801

Discover Queenstown’s special connections with the ill-fated Titanic which sank on her maiden voyage – Cobh was her last port of call

Witness the tragic story of the Lusitania, which sank off Cork Harbour

Learn about Annie Moore and her 2 brothers who left Cobh for a new life in America – Annie was the 1st immigrant ever to be processed in Ellis Island

Find out about your Irish ancestry with our Genealogy Recordfinder Service

Facilities:

Restaurant/Cafe

Full Wheelchair Access

Toilets

Christy’s Irish Stores Gift Shop (Bureau de Change service available in store)

Coach & Car Park

How To Get Here

Train: A train service operates every day from Kent Station in Cork city and terminates right next to Cobh Heritage Centre. Journey time approx 20 minutes

Car: Take N8 and N25 to R624 in Cork. Take exit 3 from N25. Continue on R624. Take L2989 to Lower Rd in Cobh. Car Hire available from Airport Car Hire Network and City Car Rentals

PRICE LIST 2015
Adult: €9.50
Seniors & Students: €7.50
Children: €5.00
Families: €25.00

Opening Hours

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Sunday

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Open 7 days a week year round. Summer opening times: 9.30 am to 6 pm from March 30th (last admission 5 pm) Winter opening hours: 9.30 am to 5 pm from October 31st (last admission 4 pm) Sunday and Bank Holiday: Opening @ 11 am

Address

Our Address:

Cobh heritage Centre, Cobh, Co.Cork

GPS:

51.84897042225615, -8.298925326803214

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