This event is currently Sold Out.
Saturday 17 September, 10:30am – 2:00pm
For a period in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Cork was known as ‘The Slaughter House of Ireland’ due to its role in supplying salted beef to the provisioning industry. Discover how the production of salted beef and butter shaped a lot of the character of the city and join food and culinary historian Regina Sexton for a walking tour of this fascinating and sometimes bloody history. Suitable for adults.
Please note this is an active walking tour over several hours. Tour starts on the ground floor of Crawford Art Gallery and ends at the Old English Market
Emmet Place, Cork, Ireland
N.B. Last entry is 15 minutes before closing
Thursday until 8.00pm
Sundays and Bank Holidays
11.00 am – 4.00pm