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Things to do in Clare

Things to do in Clare, fun activities and places to see in Clare. See below a selection of our recommended things to do in Clare, Ireland. Click on the venue below for more information on places in Clare.

Auburn Lodge Hotel and Leisure Centre

Galway Road, Ennis, Co. Clare
Auburn Lodge Hotel and Leisure Centre %> Auburn Lodge Hotel & Leisure Centre is located just outside of Ennis Town.  With the new motorway network connecting directly to Ennis town, Dublin is now only 2½ hours away by car. There are rail links to Ennis from Limerick, Cork, Galway, Dublin, Waterford and Tralee. There are numerous bus services to and from Ennis, operated by Bus Éireann and Citylink, connecting the town to all the major population centres in the c - Auburn Lodge Hotel and Leisure Centre

Craggaunowen The Living Past

Near Quin, Co. Clare
Craggaunowen The Living Past %> Craggaunowen, the Living Past Experience, is situated on 50 acres of wooded grounds and the park interprets Irelands pre-historic and early Christian eras. It features a stunning recreation of some of the homesteads, animals and artefacts which existed in Ireland during those time periods. Explore the Crannog (lake dwelling), the Ring Fort, Iron Age Roadway and an outdoor cooking site. Craggaunowen is home to the Brendan Boat, a hide boat in wh - Craggaunowen The Living Past

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Bunratty, Co. Clare
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park %> At one of Irelands premier visitor attraction you are invited to explore two wonderful experiences, 15th century Bunratty Castle and 19th century Bunratty Folk Park. The Castle, built in 1425, is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland. Restored in 1954 to its former medieval splendour, it now contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of the times. At night time - Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Falls Hotel and Spa

Ennistymon, Co. Clare
Falls Hotel and Spa %> Family friendly hotel with a leisure club, games room, children's menus, tennis court plus woodland & riverside walks.  Kayaking trips down the river Inagh are available from the hotel grounds.  The hotels leisure club includes a 20 meter pool, children's pool and bubble pool and swimming lessons are available on a daily basis.  The hotel is located only 2 miles from Lahinch beach and under 10 miles from the Cliffs o - Falls Hotel and Spa

Doolin Cave

Craggycoradon East, Doolin, Co. Clare
Doolin Cave %> Doolin Cave, is one of the best kept secrets of the Wild Atlantic Way. It is a family run attraction harbouring ‘the Great Stalactite’, one of the world’s most magnificent wonders, deep under the karst landscape of the Burren. If you have the spirit of an explorer within, then you will really enjoy the experience of visiting this great geological wonder. On a fully guided tour you are brought back 350 million years to se - Doolin Cave

Aillwee Cave

Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Aillwee Cave %> Aillwee Cave and its Birds of Prey Centre, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare is a very special place in the heart of the Burren.  Let our staff at Aillwee Cave welcome you to the dramatic underworld of this unique landscape.  Your tour consists of a 35 minute guided walk through beautiful caverns, over bridged chasms, under weird formations and alongside the thunderous waterfall which sometimes gently sprays the unsuspecting visitor. Marvel at - Aillwee Cave

Cliffs of Moher

Liscannor, Co. Clare.
Cliffs of Moher %> The Cliffs of Moher is Irelands most visited natural attraction. The Cliffs are 214m high at the highest point and range for 8 kilometres over the Atlantic Ocean on the western seaboard of County Clare. From the Cliffs one can see the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, as well as The Twelve Pins, the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara and Loop Head to the South. Halloween 2015 Possibly the spookiest Halloween party in the West will take place at th - Cliffs of Moher

Dolphin Watching on the Shannon

Kilrush, Clare
Dolphin Watching on the Shannon A trip not to be missed! Over 100 dolphins have been identified using the estuary at different times and calves are born each year between May and August. Where better to spend some time than in the company of these amazing creatures. The Shannon Estuary is Irelands first marine Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and home to the countrys only known resident group of bottlenose dolphins. We offer daily dolphin watch tours from Kilrush Creek marina - Dolphin Watching on the Shannon
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