The Titanic Trail Guided Walking Tour of Cobh is one of Irelandâ€™s leading historical attractions. It explores the great diversity of Cork Harbourâ€™s maritime, military, social and Titanic history. Established and created in 1998 by Dr. Michael Martin, it provides accurate, informative and educational narrative about the town and Cork Harbour in an entertaining and interesting way.
Irelandâ€™s Premier Showcave, should be part of everyoneâ€™s visit to the Burren. Guided tours showing pectacular caverns and bear pits. Award winning building houses a cafÃ© & distinctly different craft shops. Burren Bird of Prey Centre home to the largest display of birds of prey in Ireland.
Birr has stayed true to its 18th and 19th centurycharacter, with tree-lined malls,avenues and wonderful Georgian architecture. A facsimile copy of the Macregol Gospels is on display in Birr Library, a Pugin designed former Convent of Mercy chapel.
Bunratty Castle is the most complete and authentic medieval castle in Ireland, built in 1425 and restored in 1954. Within its grounds is the Folk Park, where 19th century village and rural life is recreated.
The story of the Burren is excitingly captured and impressively presented in â€˜A Walk through Timeâ€™ ultidimensional exhibition, together with audio-visual and interactive experiences.
Caherconnell Fort, built over 1,000 years ago, is more than twice the size of a regular fort. When visiting Caherconnell you experience, through audiovisual and animated presentations, the unique history and heritage of the Burren tombs and monuments. From May to September the combined skill of the Border Collie and the farmer will be displayed. GPS co-ordinates: 53.040, -9.139
Come see 6,000 years of Clareâ€™s History with Authentic Artefacts, colourful text panels Audio-Visual presentations and touch screens interactives. It's all absolutely free.
The Cliffs are Ireland's most treasured natural attraction, with the most spectacular sea cliffs in Europe. Looming over County Clare's west coast, the cliffs stretch for 8 kilometres and 214 metres over the Atlantic Ocean. The Cliffs are home to over 60,000 nesting seabirds and the popular Puffins can be seen from April to July.
Craggaunowen, The Living Past interprets Ireland's prehistoric and early Christian eras. Explore a replica of a CrannÃ³g (Lake Dwelling), Ring Fort, "Iron Age Roadway". Visitors can also view 16th Century Craggaunowen Castle and the "Brendan Voyage Boat".
Doolin Cave is one of Europe's most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. It is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world.
The Foynes Flying Boat Museum, housed in the original terminal building in Foynes, recalls that nostalgic era when Foynes became the centre of the aviation world from 1937 - 1945. The amazing story is told through a comprehensive range of exhibits and graphic illustrations.
Vandeleur Walled Garden and coffee shop. Stroll through these beautifully maintained gardens which contain a large variety of ununsual plants while the children can enjoy the butterfly trail and many other activities.
Built between 1200 and 1210, King John's Castle features an imaginative historical exhibition which tells the story of the castle, archaeological excavations and it also offers panoramic views of Limerick City and the surrounding countryside.
13th Century Castle in the town centre with 17th Century Damer House in the castle courtyard. Take time to see the St. Cronanâ€™s monastic ruins with its 12th Century West Gable, The Round Tower and Black Mills with original High Cross are also not to be missed. One of Ireland's oldest monastic towns in the country.