12th August 2014
By David O’Sullivan
The programme for this years “Cork Heritage Open Day” has been unveiled.
For one day only 40 landmark buildings will open their doors for free,
allowing members of the public to have a glimpse at the interiors of some
of Cork’s most fascinating buildings ranging from the medieval to military,
civic to commercial, and educational
Last year 10-thousand people visited the attractions, and this years Open
Day takes place in less than a fortnight:
on Saturday August 23rd.
New attractions have been added every year since the first Heritage Day in
2005 when Cork was the European Capital of Culture.
Cork born poet, writer and lecturer Theo Dorgan launched this years programme…
— David O'Sullivan (@David_OSullivan) August 12, 2014