UNLOCKING THE DOORS
OF ST. PETER’S CORK
Open to visitors from
the 29th June
Free entry | 7 Days | 11 – 3
Cork’s past is full of stories of hope in the face of adversity, and of people working together to overcome all kinds of challenges. We’re looking forward to welcoming you and to capturing your imagination with our state-of-the-art exhibition that gives new insights into a period which was to alter significantly the landscape of Cork city militarily and politically and which ultimately led to the creation of the Irish Free State. The people, events, and history have been combined and are all interwoven to create a cohesive and powerful history of Cork’s tragic past that captures the essence of that period, not through the cold light of day, but by bringing to life the very embers that destroyed our beautiful city in 1920. Some audio visual elements may not be available but we have alternative viewing options.
St. Peter’s Cork is a free attraction, and while numbers will obviously be limited, pre-booking is not necessary. We will reopen to the public from Monday 29th June 2020, seven days a week, from 11 – 3 with the last recommended entry for the exhibition at 2.30.
Café & Wine Bar
Our café team will be serving takeaway teas & coffees in addition to a selection of wine that can be enjoyed in our stunning city secret garden. A screen at the café has been erected for your safety and the safety of our team. Please use contactless payment.
Cork 1920 Gift Shop
Our Gift Shop will also reopen giving you an opportunity to browse through our range of high-quality books and prints.
Health & Safety
Our Visitor Experience Team will be on hand to support you and ensure that our new safety standards are followed for everyone’s peace of mind. As we take these critical steps, it’s important that we all continue to stay safe and demonstrate personal responsibility by following four key things – Distance, Activity, Time & Environment.
Before your visit
Here are some things you can do to help us make sure St. Peter’s is as safe as possible for you, other customers, and our team:
Planning your visit
Our spacious venue and intentionally reduced visitor numbers will help visitors to feel safe and be able to fully enjoy their visit. In some ways, visitors won’t notice any great change, as the Cork 1920 story unfolds following a carefully designed one-way walking route which supports social distancing guidelines. Check the following websites for the latest updates and guidance:
Health and safety measures
Reduced building capacities
Perspex screens at the Café
Increased cleaning measures
on arrival and throughout
Extra cleaning of high-frequency touchpoints
PPE gear if our team are working together and cannot social distance