St. Anne's Church

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Top 3% in Cork About the TripExpert Score

4 expert recommendations



Your reward for climbing the 120-foot-tall tower is the chance to ring the bells out over Cork. Full review →


Frommer's 35

Cork’s most recognizable landmark, also known as Shandon Church, is famous for its giant pepper pot steeple and eight melodious bells. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Shandon is dominated by the 1722 St Anne’s Church , aka the ‘Four-Faced Liar’. Full review →


Michelin Guide Tick 0 Stars

The Anglican church of St Anne's Shandon is one of Cork's most iconic landmarks, thanks to its distinctive clock tower topped with a wind vane over 3m/9ft long in the shape of a salmon Full review →

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