Cahernaughten, Co Clare
This fort was home to the famous O'Dabhoireann Law School. The O'Dabhoireann's were the hereditary legal family of the Burren. From their base in Cahermacnaughten they helped to maintain the Brehon tradition in the west of Ireland.
Cahermore (near the Aillwee Caves), Ballyvaughan, Co Clare
Cahermore stone fort is located near the Ailwee caves on the road from Ballyvaughan to Caherconnell. It is one of the forts in the Burren which was most likely occupied until late medieval times.
Library HQ, Clare County Library, Mill Road, Ennis, Co Clare
Clare County Library provides 16 public library service points across County Clare, giving extensive library coverage to the major towns and villages of County Clare.
Arthur's Row, Ennis, Co Clare
Clare Museum and its permanent exhibition 'The Riches of Clare' tells the history of the county over a period of 6 000 years using artefacts text panels and audio-visuals. Admission is free.
Liscannor, Co Clare
The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's top Visitor attractions. The Cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometers over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare