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A beautiful oasis in the city

I visited the Nano Nagle Centre in Cork yesterday with my husband and our 2 young daughters. On our... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Elliott194
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Wonderful

A wonderfully peaceful museum dedicated to Nano Nagle. Great modern exhibits with as much... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Nano Nagle Place is a restored walled convent with beautiful hidden gardens and graveyards, the fab Good Day Deli garden café and design & book shop in the centre of bustling Cork city. Our state of the art heritage centre tells the extraordinary...more
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I visited the Nano Nagle Centre in Cork yesterday with my husband and our 2 young daughters. On our entry to the centre we were greeted by a lovely lady, Agnes, who advised us of where to go and let us know of the lift...More

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded today

Elliot - Thanks for posting such a comprehensive and glowing 5 STAR review. This is really appreciated. I will be sure to pass on your kind words to Agnes. Do come and see us again. We also have a developing cultural programme - centred around...More

Reviewed 2 days ago

A wonderfully peaceful museum dedicated to Nano Nagle. Great modern exhibits with as much information as you can handle! Wonderfully peaceful garden area outside the museum as well. Highly recommended to anyone in Cork!

1  Thank Lindsey K
Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Lindsey - Thanks for posting such a positive review. Really appreciated. Do come and see us again (and spread the word!). Many thanks, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Nano Nagle Place is in Douglas Street. It is a short walk from Patrick Street, across the river. The center celebrates the life and work of Nano Nagle and the Presentation sisters. Nano Nagle lived in the eighteenth century and gave her life to...More

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Leannie - Good morning. Thank you very much for posting such a glowing 5 STAR review. Really glad you enjoyed your visit. Kind regards, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Took a punt on visiting this heritage museum. There are free gardens and a nice cafe / restaurant. The gardens comprise a graveyard of nuns including a grave and shrine to the founder, Nano Nagle. You have to pay to visit the heritage museum (€7.5)...More

1  Thank drmartin1970
Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Dr Martin - Thanks for the very positive review. I'll be sure to pass on your compliments to Mary. Kind regards, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 3 days ago

The museum tells the impressive story of Nano Nagle who became a nun and created schools for underprivileged children. The building is attractive, the exhibits are very good and the staff is most welcoming.

1  Thank Rich-Stamford
Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Good morning Rich - Thanks for taking the time to post a 5 STAR review. That is really appreciated. Do come and see us again and spread the word. Many thanks, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

An impressive and informative look at the life and work of Nano Nagle. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in Cork.

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday

Thanks Wellspokenman - Do come and see us again. Kind regards, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I had only an afternoon to spend in Cork and I decided to visit Nano Nagle’s place because I felt drawn to it. I was very happy with my decision. Agnes was amazing and she made me feel welcome from the beginning. I enjoyed the...More

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Sandra - Good morning from a very sunny Nano Nagle Place. The gardens looking especially beautiful today. Thanks for taking the time to pen such a generous 5 STAR review. I'll be sure to pass on your kind words to Agnes. Do come and see...More

Reviewed 5 days ago

Visied Nano Nagle Place with a group of over 60 international students from UCC. All of the students found Nano Nagle to be an extremely beautiful & unique place to visit. Many were first time visitors to Cork and found the NNP very informative on...More

1  Thank Sonny K
Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded 4 days ago

Sonny - Thanks so much for taking the time to post such a positive review. As you say out heritage centre gives a terrific introduction to the history of the 18th century city - a fascinating history and story that should be more widely known...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a last minute decision to visit Nano Nagle Place and we almost missed finding it. We first enjoyed walking around the neighbourhood which was much quieter than the city streets below. Then we walked in the main entrance and were welcomed in to...More

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Good morning darknarble. Thanks for taking the time to post such a lovely review. I'll be sure to pass on your kind words to Agnes. Did you get visit the heritage centre? Either way do come and see us again. Kind regards, Shane Clarke (CEO)

Reviewed 1 week ago

We called in for a brief visit, looking for somewhere quiet after doing some shopping in the city, and very glad we did. A lovely, simple, tranquil garden to rest in, lovely shop and a nice café. Unfortunately, we didn't have time for the tour,...More

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Shane C, General Manager at Nano Nagle Place, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Danila - Good morning. Thanks for taking the time to post such a positive review. Do try and come back for the heritage centre. I'm very biased but I'm confident you'll really enjoy it. It tells the inspirational story of Nano Nagle set within the...More

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barbara c
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Hi Barbara, we are looking forward to welcoming you back! The cafe is really wonderful and the gardens are coming into bloom. Are you around for the 20, 21, 22, 23 June? Because Cork Midsummer Festival is on and we will have... More
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