Liscannor Road, Co Clare
Imagine the time taken to create the mighty and formidable Cliffs of Moher. The sand, silt and mud layers of the cliff face tell us about the local environment that existed over 300 million years ago when they were laid down in an ancient river delta. Stand on the cliff top and experience the powerful energy of the Atlantic Ocean’s wind and weather which has carved those layers of sand, silt and mud into cliffs. Examine the fossil trails in the flagstones and picture the unidentified, ...
Miltown Malbay, Co Clare
While visiting the West of Ireland , why not take the opportunity to immerse yourself in this story of traditional music, song and dance. At our new visitor centre you can read first-hand accounts about our renowned musicians. Enjoy a 8-minute film telling the story behind the music and learn about the origin of the instruments and the people who played them.
New Quay, Co Clare
The Russell Gallery is located in New Quay overlooking Galway Bay and the stunning Burren region. Exhibitions are held throughout the year so please check www.russellgallery.net for further details. The gallery is open Monday to Saturday- 10am to 6pm and Sunday- 12-6pm.