Saint Fin Barre’s Cathedral is a cathedral in the city of Cork, Ireland. The cathedral was built in 1865-1879, it is a Church of Ireland cathedral. It was built to a stunning Gothic Revival style with three spires, its architect was William Bruges. Architecturally the cathedral is beautiful, it has sculptures, stained glass windows and an impressive interior and exterior facade. The cathedral is a popular place of worship in the Irish city.
The cathedral is situated in the city centre of Cork. The 214 and 216 buses stop close by at the ‘Proby's Quay’ stop.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open to visitors seven days a week, 9.30am-5.30pm except for Sundays when the cathedral operates on shorter opening hours. Admission to the cathedral is 6 euros for adults, 5 euros for students and seniors and free for children.