The Bridge, Killaloe, Co Clare
The Brian Boru exhibition traces the life story of Irelands greatest High King;Brian Boru, whose army defeated the invading Vikings at the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. While you are there visit Killaloe and Ballina,charming little towns made up of narrow streets, flanked by old shops along the steep hill looking down over the 13th century cathedral.
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Co Clare
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is a must on your itinerary to Co.Clare. This is your chance to experience a window on Ireland’s past and explore the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and the 19th century Folk Park. At Bunratty Castle everywhere is open for you to explore! And in the Folk Park, you will be charmed visiting the farm houses and cottages watching the tasks of rural Irish families. Make sure you see the baking of the griddle bread next to the fire and tasting it hot with Irish ...
The Square, Kilfenora, Co Clare
The Burren Centre in the historic village of Kilfenora boasts a comprehensive exhibition and audio visual presentation on the enigmatic Burren region. After a visit enjoy a meal in our cosy tea rooms or browse in our Craft Shop.
Caherconnell, Co Clare
Caherconnell Stone Fort. Information gateway to the forts and tombs of the Burren. Ireland's only stone fort virtual tour. During your visit to Caherconnell you expeirence through audiovisual and animated presentations in English French German and Italian.
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.