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St. Anne's Church

2 Church Street | Shandon, Cork, Ireland
+353 21 450 5906
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One of Cork's most prominent landmarks, you can enjoy the unique experience of ringing the original 18th Century Church bells, view the mechanism of the famous four faced liar clock, climb the tower to experience spectacular views of Cork City and beyond and visit the beautiful interior of St, Anne's church, one of Cork's oldest buildings.
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2 Church Street | Shandon, Cork, Ireland
+353 21 450 5906
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Reviewed yesterday

we would recommend, if you visit Cork that you give this church a visit and the higlight was going up the tower and to play the bells a thing we had never done before. it is not the bigest you can visit but a grand...More

Thank KristjanandYr
Reviewed 3 days ago

The church is nothing really special, but the real attraction is the tower and its bells that can be played during the visit. The way up is getting more complicated towards the last floor, with a lot of twisting especially if you are crossing other...More

Thank Corrado R
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

On a well overdue tour of my city and high up (excuse the pun) on the list is Shandon Bells (St. Anne's Church). Friendly and helpful ladies in charge, the church is so pretty and full of history. The walk up the steps to see...More

Thank Don F
Reviewed 1 week ago

A truly stunning old church with unrivalled views of the city once you manage the steps. Really worth a visit but one word of caution; most times of daylight hours won't present a hazard to life and limb (and the opening hours of 10-16.00 hrs...More

Thank govireland
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wouldn't want to be the neighbours during the height of tourist season, but what fun to ring the Shandon Bells.

Thank 54corrine2017
Reviewed 1 week ago

Once in a lifetime experience kids and adults loved it. You are able to climb to top and see all of the city!!

Thank Dirish96
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We walked up the hill across the river to get to this church because the guide books said that the climb to the top gave a great view of Cork and the surrounding area. When we entered, the very friendly attendant said that we could...More

Thank ratch37
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice church,I liked it but all of them similair. Although 5€ is too much for the view point.must see place

Thank emeseheg89
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Part of the history of Cork,located in the wonderful Shandon area Very accessible by foot Was lovely to visit

Thank D5577AZmichaelc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

St Anne's holds the best views of the whole city! Ringing the bells is great fun and the female attendant Marissa is welcoming, friendly and is very knowledge about the area. We had a brilliant experience here today but be warned the climb up to...More

Thank catherine c
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Response from bipbipbipbopbop | Reviewed this property |
You can! It's in the book and all! Enjoy your trip! 😊