BUNRATTY CASTLE AND FOLK PARK Set in 26 acres, this impressive park features over 30 buildings in a ‘living village’ with rural farmhouses, shops and a street recreated as they would have been in the 19th century. Experience life as it would have been from the poorest one room dwelling to the fine Georgian residence of Bunratty House and castle.
Discover the era of transatlantic passenger flights at the FOYNES FLYING BOAT MUSEUM. This unique aviation and maritime museum tells the history of the River Shannon and port of Foynes. Look out for the Flying Boat replica and sample an Irish coffee, after all, this is where it was invented!
THE CLIFFS OF MOHER are one of Ireland’s most breath-taking natural wonders with magnificent cliffs that soar over 700 feet and have staggering views from the top, The cliffs are home to over 20 species of seabirds and rare flora – you may even be lucky enough to spot a basking shark, seals or dolphins. The Visitor Centre’s exhibition brings to life the story of the cliffs.
The BURREN NATIONAL PARK is a remarkable, vast area of limestone rock often likened to a lunar landscape. The imposing mountains, gentle valleys and meandering streams are home to a wide and unusual array of flora and wildlife. The Visitor Centre in the picturesque village of Kilfenora provides an introduction to the sights and ancient mysteries of this unspoiled corner of Ireland.
GALWAY As well as being a popular seaside destination with long sandy beaches, Galway is also a thriving and cosmopolitan city centre. It is always a joy to explore with its wonderful cobbled streets, colourful shop facades and its offbeat café/bar culture