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What to do in Cork

Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium is located just a short distance from Cork City Centre. Catching a bus? The 208 will bring you from the city centre. Driving? We're just off the N40 Cork Ring Road and have a large car park available. 
Here in Rebel County, we believe that Cork is the real capital of Ireland and you certainly have no shortage of things to do before or after your night of greyhound racing!

By day, why not enjoy a visit to Kartworld –  which is the nearest many of us will get to experiencing Formula One!  Or maybe take in the sights on an open-top bus tour of the city.
By night Cork City comes alive with late night bars & clubs.You'll have no shortage of locations to chose from. 

And when you arrive at Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium, we can arrange for a member of our staff to give you a brief introduction to greyhound racing, or offer you a free copy of our ‘How To Bet Guide’ in a number of different languages.

If you want to experience a thrilling occasion that is uniquely Irish, then a night at the dogs in Curraheen Park Greyhound Stadium is an essential part of your visit to Cork.

The Ring of Cork is more than the best holiday destination in Ireland
The Ring of Cork is more than the best holiday destination in Ireland – it’s a way of life. Across Midleton, Cobh, Crosshaven, Youghal, Ballycotton, Shanagarry, Carrigaline, Ballincollig and their beautiful environs – our Ring of Cork members work together to give you – our visitor – the exact holiday you want.

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