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.
Old Promenade, Lahinch, Co Clare
Watch our screen printers print original designs by hand at our seaside walk-in workshop in Lahinch, County Clare, Ireland. The Unique Celtic T-Shirt Shop, established in 1979, is the original Irish T- Shirt and Celtic Design source with 30 years experience in the ancient Irish craft of celtic art. Open year-round.
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.
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.