• Welcome to cobheritage centre
  • Explore the irish Imigration story and cork,s maritime history
  • Cobh: A highlight of Ireland's Ancient East
  • Welcome junior explorers
Welcome to

Cobh Heritage Centre

Learn about Irish Emigration story, trace your ancestors, hear about the ill-fated Titanic and the Lusitania, and immerse yourself in Irish naval and military history at Cobh Heritage Centre.

This beautiful, informative and sometimes emotive cultural Centre is situated within Cobh’s beautifully restored Victorian railway station, a building with its own historic story.

Cobh: The Queenstown Story.

GPS 51  50  55.68N    8 17  57.72W

Post code P24 CY67

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Practical information

We are closed from Dec 31st to Jan 8th inclusive

OPENING HOURS

Open 7 days a week .

Summer opening times:

9.30 am to 6 pm Monday to Saturday from May 1st to October 31st Sundays and Bank Holidays opening at 11 a.m. from Sunday October 22nd (last admission 5 pm)

Winter opening hours:

9.30 am to 5 pm from October 31st to April 30th Monday to Saturday Sundays and Bank Holidays open at 11 a.m. (last admission 4 pm)

We are closed from December 23rd to December 27th inclusive and from December 31st to January 7th inclusive.

PRICE LIST 2018

Adults  : €10.00

Seniors & Students : €8.00

Children : €5.00

Families :     €25.00

(2 adults &  up to 4 children under 16) 

Welcome to our Online Booking Facility

At the Cobh Heritage Centre we now make it easy for you to book your ticket online and ensure your position in the Centre before you come. Your tickets will be waiting for you on your arrival to the centre.

Our Events

Cobh Heritage Centre offers lots of events, festivals and live music throughout the year. The venue can be booked for private tours, corporate events, dinners, promotions, photo shoots, concerts and private guided tours throughout the year. Call us today on (021) 4813591 or email us at info@cobhheritage.com

History Of Cobh

Commanding panoramic views of one of the finest natural harbours in the world, the tiny fishing village of Cobh (the cove of Cork) was virtually unknown up to the early 1800s. With the advent of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars (1792-1815), Cork Harbour became an important refueling and assembly point for British naval and commercial ships. Up to 300 ships at a time could be seen at anchor in the waters of Cobh!

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Cobh Heritage Centre

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