Harmony Row, Ennis, Co Clare
The DeValera Public Library and Gallery was opened in 1975. The building comprises the library proper and an exhibition Gallery which is situated in what was once a Presbyterian Church built in 1856. The library stands on a site once occupied by an old Church of Ireland Hall dating from 1890.
The Square, Carrigaholt, Co Clare
Open June to September. Located in the village square, The Dolphin and Nature Information Centre offers local tourism advice on land-based dolphin, whale and bird watching, and local walks of archeological and geological interest. Learn about the Bottlenose Dolphins at the Mouth of the Shannon and this remarkable habitat.
Roadford, Doolin, Co Clare
Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. 'The Great Stalactite' It is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world. The tour takes approx 1 hour because of environmental measures.
Ruan, Co Clare
Dromore Woods are located in the South Eastern part of the Burren region in Co. Clare. The reserve is approximately 400 hectares. It is owned by the state and it acquired recognition as a nature reserve in 1985 because of it's richness in flora and fauna.
Dysert O Dea, Corofin, Co Clare
Typical 15th century Irish tower house, situated on the periphery of the Burren It is 500 km off the R476 & 11km from Ennis The home of the O’Dea chiefs until 1692 was the scene of many sieges by Cromwellian forces