Local Attractions

Munsters Largest & Most Exciting Inflatable Waterparks
Welcome to Munsters largest and most exciting inflatable water parks. Covering over 40m on each site, you and your friends can jump, slide, bounce and race each other around the courses.

This seasons you and your friends can enjoy double the fun with our MALLOW SITE and our brand new COACHFORD SITE now open. Only 30 minutes from cork city center! YOU CAN BOOK EITHER SITE

The aquaparks are so big that they can hold 50 participants. Race you Friends around the course and try and beat the buzzer in the "wipeout style" courses.

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Cobh Harbour (Queenstown) - Titanic Centre
On 11 April 1912, the Titanic left Queenstown with 1,308 passengers and 898 crew members as she embarked on her final journey. Our colourful and informative displays will take you back in time to learn more about the Titanic. Throughout the exhibition, there are many individual stories to be found such as that of Jeremiah Burke and the message in the bottle he sent from Titanic, and Fr. Frank Browne whose photos on board Titanic survived. You will also see a large replica of The Titanic.

English Market - Cork City
A civic space, a meeting place, a thoroughfare, and a bustling social hub of the city. With its variety of products, the pride of place accorded to small traders, the personalised service, the growing emphasis on organic products and reliance on small-scale producers, it is forever popular.

Gearagh Reserve - Macroom
A statutory nature reserve, The Gearagh, with its groves of oak, ash, hazel and hawthorn, is one of the few alluvial forests in Europe and the only one west of the River Rhine. The layout of the walkways is quite straightforward, with the central path running from west to east. At intervals along the way a number of inviting trails draw you into the heart of the woodland.

St. Finbarr's Oratory - Gougane Barra
St. Finbarr is the patron saint of Cork. He left home with three unidentified ascetics and spent time in Scotland, including time on the Isle of Barra, before establishing various hermitages in his native area, notably at Kilclooney and on an island here in Gougane Barra, which bears his name. St. Finbarr died at Cloyne in 633 A.D. and his remains were taken to Cork to be enclosed in a silver shrine in what is now St. Finbarr’s Cathedral. Finbarr’s feast/pattern day is the 25th of September and is celebrated on the following Sunday with the local pipe band and mass on the island in Gougane Barra.

Killarney Lakes, Mountains & Castles
Killarney is home to 26,000 acres of lush mountains, aboriginal forest, walkways, rivers, castles and stately homes, cycle paths and disused mines, golf courses and waterfalls, bat caves, and islands populated by swimming deer. It also has the biggest collection of mature trees in one spot in Ireland, well-preserved castles and the country’s tallest mountain range.

Macroom Castle & Town Centre
Macroom Castle, stands on the western margin of the town of Macroom and its windows look away into the distance, where a rugged land lies at the foot of the mountains. Its story reflects the trials and tribulations of Irish society over the centuries, passing from the hands of the Carews to the McCarthy and so beginning a trail of ownership that would stretch through the ages.

Muckross House - Killarney
This nineteenth century Victorian mansion is set against the stunning beauty of Killarney National Park. The house stands close to the shores of Muckross Lake, one of Killarney's three lakes, famed world wide for their splendour and beauty. As a focal point within Killarney National Park, Muckross House is the ideal base from which to explore this landscape.