By: Brí | Posted on: 29 Mar 2022

Ten Things to do this Easter in Cork
Things to do this Easter in Cork

Ten Things to Do this Easter

Looking for places to explore during the Easter break? Here is our top 10 things to do in Cork this Easter (in no specfic order). Did you know Cork is the biggest county in land size and rumoured to be the first place a potato was planted in Ireland? Here are some of Ballyhass’s top picks for Cork this Easter mid-term.


Easter egg hunt in Lismore

Join the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Lismore Castle gardens on Saturday 16th of April. This event is on for kids of all ages who will be given a map to help you find goodies in some of the seven-acre gardens. Meander through the sculptures, trees, and shrubs for an awesome day out.

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Ballyhass Mallow Easter Camp

This camp is perfect for kids aged 8 -16 and keeps the fun going for a whole week of activities. Get ready to explore Ballyhass with 15 different activities such as archery, kayaking and zip-lining. Each day we provide four different activities for you to explore, usually we provide a big kids group and a younger kids group but of course we never ever split up friends (but guarantee you’ll make loads).

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Blackwater Way – Avondhu

Get out and get active this Easter with some awesome hikes around the Blackwater Way. The Avondhu section stretches and awe inspiring 94km! But don’t let that put you off it’s split into day or half day routes for the whole family to enjoy. Have a picnic in one of the forestry areas of the path. Some of the start and end points offer parking so make sure to check that out before your hike.

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Awesome Walls

Awesome Walls is one of the biggest indoor climbing centres! If you’re a complete beginner they offer taster classes and of course if you’re a pro there is loads to explore in the centre. Climb high with over 720m2 dedicated climbing surfaces all indoors and waiting for you to explore. Learn some new climbing movement techniques or just climb the hights to your content at this awesome attraction.

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Atlantic Sea Kayaking

Join Atlantic Sea Kayaking for so many amazing kayaking tours and experiences stretching from the Old Head of Kinsale to Mizen Head. They opened back up for the spring/summer season in mid-March and offer tours for all skill levels. Learn about the magical properties or seaweed or watch the sun set from a kayak on the South West coast of Ireland.

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The Planet – Cosmo’s Funworld

Located close to Blackpool The Planet is great for those one or two rainy days we might get during the two week mid-term. Cosmo’s Funworld is an indoor soft play area ready to fulfil all your kids dreams. They have slides, rope bridges, a huge ball pool and so much more. Not to mention they have teen and big kid activities to keep them entertained too.

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Fota Fairy Adventure At Fota House & Gardens

Fota gardens are full of nature, wildlife and heritage, have a walk around the gardens and head down to Fota house to join the Fairy Adventures. This hour and a half event is for kids from age 3 and up. There will be loads of Fairies and Easter fun with games and dancing as well as the beautiful gardens to explore.

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Ballyhass Coachford High Net’s Course

Have you ever been to Ireland first ever High Nets Course? Throw some eggs (or bouncy balls) around with your friends in the 10-meter-high course with loads of different levels to climb, bounce, roll and play on. This is great for kids aged 6 and up, it’s a great place to get active and even play a bouncy basket ball game with five giant nets to choose from.

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Baltimore Sea Safari

Get up and close with our fishy friends on this sightseeing boat trip. Its great for watching wildlife like whales, dolphins, seals and birds in the waters around Baltimore and Carberys Hundred Isles. The Sea Safari Trip is about 2 to 2 ½ hours with plenty to see in the water and out. Take in the sea air while looking at the beautiful islands and cliffs around the West coast of Cork.

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Airtastic is one of Cork’s biggest indoor leisure destinations, with plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained on a rainy day. You can bowl, win prizes at their amusement section, and bounce a round in Cork’s biggest indoor inflata-park. Airtastic provide quiet-time sessions at the inflata-park for people with sensory needs from ages 4 and up. They even have indoor mini-golf with out of this world themes in each section.

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