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  1. Dysert Castle

    Corofin, Clare

    Dysert Castle is situated in a tranquil setting with close proximity to St Tola's 12th century High Cross. Read more

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  2. Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park

    Liscannor, Clare

    Beautifully situated overlooking Liscannor Bay, Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park is an environmental award-winning visitor farm close to Ennistymon, Lahinch, Liscannor and Doolin, in County Clare. Read more

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  3. Ennis Friary

    Ennis, Clare

    County Clare’s impressive friary at Ennis Town dates back to the 13th century, when the O’Briens founded it. The structure, which once housed more than 300 friars, features numerous 15th- and 16th-century sculptures carved from local limestone. Read more

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  4. Scattery Island Centre

    Kilrush, Clare

    The Scattery Island Centre interprets the monastic site on Scattery Island which is 2.5km off the shores of County Clare. The monastery, consisting of a round tower and several churches, was founded by St Senan in the early part of the 6th century. Read more

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  5. The West Clare Railway and Heritage Centre

    Kilrush, Clare

    Visit the famous West Clare Railway, immortalised in song by Percy French. The Heritage Centre is located at the original Moyasta junction station house between Kilrush and Kilkee in County Clare. Read more

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  6. Caherconnell Fort & Sheepdog Demonstrations

    Carran, Clare

    Visit Caherconnell Stone Fort, a 1,500 year old structure in the Burren near Carron, County Clare. The visitor centre presents Ireland's first virtual tour of a stone fort, complete with details of both its history and dweller's lives. Read more

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  7. The Burren Centre

    Kilfenora, Clare

    The Burren Centre introduces visitors to the stunning sights and ancient mysteries which await discovery in this unspoiled and unique corner of Ireland. Located in the County Clare village of Kilfenora, at the junction of the R476 and R481. Read more

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  8. Craggaunowen - The Living Past Experience

    Quin, Clare

    Craggaunowen is Ireland’s original pre-historic park. Situated near Quin village in County Clare, the 50 acre award winning site is also home to the Brendan Boat, the leather hulled vessel that was sailed across the Atlantic by Tim Severin. Read more

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  9. Knappogue Castle and Walled Garden

    Quin, Clare

    Knappogue Castle was built in 1467 by Sean MacNamara, son of Sioda (who built Bunratty Castle) and has a long and varied history. Located just outside Quin Village, Knappogue Castle is just 15 miles from Shannon Airport. Read more

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  10. Brian Ború Heritage Centre Killaloe

    Killaloe, Clare

    Killaloe Heritage Centre displays an imaginative exhibition charting the history of Killaloe and its Celtic and nautical significance. With a section dedicated to Brian Boru the greatest High King of Ireland. Read more

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