UCC Visitors’ Centre is located centrally in the North Wing of University College Cork's (UCC) main quadrangle – the cultural and historical heart of campus.
Join a guide-led tour and become immersed in the rich history of University College Cork.
Tours include a visit to UCC’s Honan Chapel, the President’s Garden – once hidden by high stone walls - and the Crawford Observatory.
Visitors will love UCC’s Ogham Stone collection; ancient quarried slabs of stone illustrating an early coded form of the Irish language.
Experience 19th century Ireland – ravaged by The Great Famine, with UCC’s ‘Án Bothán’ – a replica of a famine cabin or ‘mud hut’, inhabited by Ireland’s poorest families.
Browse through UCC official branded merchandise at the UCC Visitors’ Centre store – the Visitors’ Centre offers a bespoke merchandise manufacturing service.
For more information on UCC Visitors’ Centre or to book your next historical and cultural tour of UCC, visit www.ucc.ie, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +353 (0) 21 490 1876 – we look forward to hearing from you.