Shopping at the Cliffs
There is great shopping at the Cliffs of Moher - inside the Visitor Centre or outside on the Craftworkers street.
Craft and Gift store
Our Craft and Gift Store located within the visitor centre offers a beautiful range of products from 80 Irish suppliers of which 60 are local or artisan. This provides employment in the region and is part of the mission of the Cliffs of Moher’s commitment to sustainability.
A wide range of gifts are available from jewellery, ceramics, clothing, perfumes and cosmetics perfect for your family and friends.
We are proud to support many sustainable, eco-friendly Irish companies such as Crann and Palm Free Irish Soap along with small independent Irish businesses such as Irish Slate Crafts and Rachel Webb Ceramics.
There is so much on offer, download the App and receive exclusive offers in all the shops at the Cliffs of Moher Experience.
Clifftops stock Irish and locally designed knitwear and children’s clothing. You will also find Claddagh rings, Celtic-style jewellery, pebble pictures, books and gemstones among other treasures. Clifftops sells ethically-sourced goods from around the world.
They do not sell any products containing wool or leather or any products that involve harm to animals. From local handcrafts to fairly traded gifts from afar, there is something for everyone at Clifftops. Shop online with Clifftops here.
To view more on Cliff Tops, please visit their website
Moher Music Shop
Moher Music Shop sells Irish traditional music, musical instruments, music books and much more. Owner Tina Mulrooney is a professional singer and harpist from Co. Clare.
For the past two decades Tina has spent her summers as the main onsite harpist at the Cliffs of Moher. Tina has been performing at weddings and functions in Clare and throughout Ireland for the past few decades. Throughout her career she has played in Germany, Austria, France, the UK and the United States and has recorded in Chicago and Nashville, Tennessee.
WATCH: Sinead O’Brien performs Danny Boy, accompanied by Tina Mulrooney on Harp at the Cliffs of Moher Experience in June 2021.
Be sure to pop in and see Tina while visiting the Cliffs of Moher or visit her website tinamulrooney.ie
Irish T-Shirts design and print their own original Irish and Celtic designs by hand at their workshop, taking great pride in their craft.
Welcoming visitors to their shop at Cliffs of Moher, they love sharing a piece of the Irish culture and heritage in their products at Cliffs of Moher. Irish T-Shirts also provide wholesale and bespoke printing, for band T-Shirts, groups, clubs and branded apparel for business and enterprises.
Shop online at Irish T-Shirts or in-store at The Cliffs of Moher
A family-owned enterprise Nua started back in 1985 selling knitwear from a small stall near the old visitor centre.
Today they still sell beautiful handmade affordable clothing and authentic Irish gifts for all age groups.
Be sure to pop in store during your visit and pick up the perfect gift for your loved ones.
In 1973 John and Anne O’Dalaigh first started designing and making jewellery. O’Dalaigh Jewellers have been making handcrafted Celtic and contemporary jewellery and commission metalwork, and also make one-off, unique jewelry pieces to your design.
Their son Jonathan learned the art of creating jewellery by his father’s side on school holidays at age 13. In 2007 O’Dalaigh opened the store at the Cliffs of Moher Experience.
In 2020 Jonathan transformed the Cliffs of Moher shop with a refit. Jonathan put his heart and soul into planning every inch of this small shop and worked with a local carpenter to realise the vision.
Renowned for their authentic handmade contemporary, Celtic and Irish-themed jewellery, they have developed a loyal following of customers and fans across the world.
Their custom-designed jewelry and gifts have been delivered to the four corners of the world direct from our workshop on the Wild Atlantic Way on the beautiful West coast of Ireland.
It was crazy wild windy
We got up just as a storm was rolling in – the staff and visitor center were great! The gift shops have locally sourced items- I love that!
Tripadvisor Review, October 2021