Attractions in Galway

Attractions and Experiences are as much fun, as they are educational.

With a growing number of attractions in Galway offering fantastic experiences for both tourists and residents, we have selected attractions that are growing in popularity that are definitely worth visiting.

Click on an attraction in Galway below to get more information.

Coole Park

Galway - Coole Park
Open for business

Coole Park, now a nature reserve, was the home of Lady Augusta Gregory dramatist, and co-founder with Edward Martyn and W.B. Yeats of the Abbey Theatre. Attractions include exhibitions, tea-rooms, nature trail walks, the famous "Autograph Tree", and a lake and turlough. There ar

Gort, Co Galway
Athenry Castle

Galway - Athenry Castle
Open for business

The great three-storey tower, surrounded by defensive walls, is entered at first-floor level through an unusual decorated doorway. Recently re-roofed, the interior contains an audio visual room and exhibition. Access to ground floor of Castle for people with disabilities. Athenry is one of

Athenry, Co Galway
Connemara Heritage and History Centre

Galway - Connemara Heritage and History Centre
Open for business

This award winning heritage centre offers a unique insight into the history and heritage of this most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. Whether you visit for an hour, an afternoon or stay in our accommodation you will leave with memories to treasure. Activities include: Turf Cutting

Lettershea, Clifden, Co Galway
Corrib Cruises

Galway - Corrib Cruises
Open for business

We offers pleasure cruises on Lough Corrib, Irelands largest lake and one of the most cleanest and scenic in Europe. A cruise through this unique waterway is a must while visiting the West of Ireland. In 1977 Corrib Cruises began operating on Lough Corrib and today is the longest establish

Oughterard, Galway.
Portumna Castle

Galway - Portumna Castle
Open for business

The great semi-fortified house at Portumna was built before 1618 by Richard Burke or de Burgo, 4th Earl of Clanricarde. It was the main seat of the de Burgo family for over 200 years, until it was gutted by fire in 1826. The ground floor of the house is now open to the public. To the north

Portumna, Galway.

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