Where is the English Market located?
The English Market is located in Cork city centre with its main entrances on Grand Parade, and on Princes Street, with further smaller entrances off Oliver Plunkett Street and Patrick Street.
When is the market open?
Why is it called The English Market?
Where can I park?
A total of 2,250 car parking spaces are available in the City centre, both on-street and in multi-storey parks. The nearest public multi-storey car-parks to the English Market are at Grand Parade and Paul Street. For locations and information on these and other convenient city-centre public car-parks, refer to the following link: parking.corkcity.ie.
Cork City Council also operates a Park & Ride service at the Black Ash, Kinsale Road, on the south side of the City. It allows visitors and shoppers to travel straight into the retail heart of the city, without the hassle of searching for parking spaces, with a good-value, high quality bus service to the city centre. For further details see the following link: http://www.corkcity.ie/services/roadstransportation/trafficdivision/blackashparkandride/
Are Credit Cards / Laser cards accepted?
Some traders accept credit cards and laser cards, however many traders deal on a cash-only basis.
There are ATM’s located on Patrick Street, and South Mall.
Are there public toilets in the Market?
Where is the nearest Tourist Information centre?
Who owns the Market?
How do I lease a unit in the Market?