Fitzgerald’s Park is a park situated in Cork, Ireland. The park is named after a previous Lord Mayor of the city, Edward Fitzgerald. It is an 18-acre green area that offers a retreat from city life. The park is ideal for a relaxing walk or picnic, with well-kept lawns and flower beds dissected by walking paths and complemented by sculptures. The park also has a playground area for children.
The park is situated on the edge of the city centre. It is situated on the bank of the River Lee. By bus, take the 208, 220 and 233 to ‘Western Rd’ which is situated just by the park.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open to visitors daily and is completely free to visit.