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Lisdoonvarna Public Library

Lisdoonvarna Public Library

Kincora Road, Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare

The development of the new branch Library at Lisdoonvarna, officially opened by Councillor Sean Hillery, Chairman of Clare County Council, was made possible by the co-operation between Clare County Council and the local community and proves once again that a vibrant community will always find a solution where co-operation exists. The main emphasis in the new branch is on children’s material and the more popular adult books. While lack of space forces this decision on management, the branch will ...

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Loop Head Lighthouse

Loop Head Lighthouse

Kilbaha, Kilrush, Co Clare

Loophead Lighthouse will reopen to the public in April 2015. Visitors have the opportunity to be guided to the top of the lighthouse and take in the magnificent views from the balcony. An informative, interactive exhibition also provides a history of the Lighthouse and allows the visitor to learn how the operation of this Lighthouse has progressed through the years. Admission: €5 per person, €2 per Child, Family ticket €12 (2 adults and up to 3 children). Toilet facilities and light refreshm...

Michael Cusack Centre

Michael Cusack Centre

Carron, The Burren, Co Clare

New visitor centre dedicated to Gaelic Athletic Association founder Michael Cusack. Discover his Gaelic legacy of hurling and Gaelic football at the centre of the Burren region 1km from Carron village.

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Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park

Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park

Cliffs of Moher Road, Liscannor, Co Clare

Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park is situated overlooking Liscannor Bay and is much more than a fun family filled day out. This 14 acre open farm ensures that children and adults alike have an opportunity to learn about and interact with their favourite animals in breathtaking surroundings. The farm is owned and run by the Canavan Family, Delia, Martin, Shane, Lorraine and Alan.

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Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort

Newmarket-on-Fergus, Clare

Mooghaun Bronze Age Hillfort was built at the beginning of the Late Bronze Age around 950 BC.There is a self guided trail up to the Hillfort which is identified as the largest in Ireland. The largest and most spectacular hoard of prehistoric gold in Western Europe was found at Mooghaun Lough 1km north of the hillfort.