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Aillwee Cave, Caherconnell Fort, The Burren Centre and The Cliffs of Moher Visitor Experience (The Burren 4 Group) have joined forces to offer visitors quality and varied visitor experiences in the Burren region.
The ticket has something to appeal to almost everyone – and all on one ticket for the incredibly low price of €18.00. This joint venture adds value to the tourism resources of the county, and will afford an opportunity for increased visitor spend and extend the length of visitor’s stay in the North Clare region.
The joint ticket encourages visitor entry to more than one of the excellent quality visitor centres in the Burren Region. The inclusive ticket spans from The Cliffs of Moher to the leeward edge of the Burren. This collaborative marketing relationship will further help to facilitate the collective creation and development of North Clare as a worthy tourist destination. The general malaise in the global economy currently prevailing in the majority of key tourism markets stresses the necessity to adopt more customer and market forced strategies. Tickets are distributed FREE through Glance Display Promotions, Brochure Broker and Tourist Offices and are valid seven days from when activated. The Burren 4 ticket coincides with the New 7 Wonders of Nature countdown where the Cliffs of Moher are a finalist. The new 7 wonders will be announced 11 – 11 -2011. To vote for the Cliffs visit or Text Moher to 53131.
1. Aillwee Cave – Burren Bird of Prey. Irelands Premier Show Cave located in the heart of the Burren In County Clare welcome you to the dramatic underworld of this area. The Burren Birds of Prey the largest and most varied collection of Birds of Prey in the country.  
2. The Burren Centre - KILFENORA, Co.Clare - Gateway to the unique Burren. Visitor centre displaying the flora, fauna, archaeology and geology of the Burren region in County Clare. Film show, exhibition, craft shop and tea room.  
3.Caherconnell Stone Fort - Information Gateway to the Forts and Tombs of the Burren. Offers you a modern experience of our magnificent past, and the opportunity to visit an exceptionally well - preserved stone fort, with seasonal archaeological excavation on-going since 2007. stone ringforts, which are to be found in the Burren Ireland.
4.Cliffs of Moher The magnificent Cliffs of Moher top the list of places to see and things to do in Ireland, and are Ireland's most visited tourist attraction.