Off Clarecastle Roundabout, Limerick Road, Ennis, Co Clare
Clare Abbey was the first, largest and most important Augustinian house in Clare, founded in 1189. It is situated on an elevated site beside the Fegus River.
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.
Bell Harbour, Co Clare
Corcomroe Cistercian Abbey is located near Bell Harbour in North Clare. Substantial remains of the early 13th century abbey and numerous out buildings survive, including the gatehouse and enclosing wall of the abbey grounds.
Kilmurray, Co Clare
Craggaunowen the Living Past Experience is Ireland's original award winning Pre-historic Park. Situated on 50 acres of wooded grounds the Park interprets Ireland's pre-historic and early Christian eras. It features a stunning recreation of some of the homesteads animals and artefacts.
Cratloe, Co Clare
Cratloe Woods House dates back to the 17th century and it is the only remaining lived in Irish longhouse. The house is immersed in history and features curios and works of art. The yard has horse drawn farm machinery and a pets corner. Group bookings are welcome in the low season.