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Cliffs of Moher at Sunset

Cliffs of Moher Experience at Sunset

Enjoy the play of light and the sounds of  the sea, the birds, the skies

  • Fewer tourists around and fewer queues
  • Pay less and see more
  • Talk to the Cliffs of Moher rangers who will happily enlighten you on everything you would like to know about biodiversity, history, heritage, and the formation of the majestic cliffs
  • Enjoy a leisurely walk around  the Visitor Centre and exhibitions
  • Dine in the Cliff View Cafe, with food sourced from the locality

Be at one with nature and the great expanse as you absorb the rare opportunity of a private encounter with this magnificent force of nature.
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Cliffs of Moher Café
Cliff View Cafe

Dining options:

There is a range of different dining options at the Cliffs of Moher Experience. Settle down for a gourmet bite to eat at the Cliff View café. A delicious selection of food is served, all sourced from local suppliers. Evening Menu

Among the local concerns supplying the restaurant are the Burren Smokehouse and The Burren Butcher (Lisdoonvarna), Celtic Salads (Bellharbour), St Tola cheese (Inagh), Garrihy Seafoods (Doolin), Hugh Galloway sourdough bread (Lahinch), Burren Gold Cheese (Ballyvaughan), Salann Foods Salt (Miltown Malbay) and Hazel Mountain Chocolate.

Open until 6pm, enjoy delicious sandwiches, cakes and coffees from trained baristas.

Cliffs of Moher Coastal walk
Sun setting

How to get here:

Want to make travel easier for yourself? Take the bus to the Cliffs of Moher Experience. Running from Galway and onto Ennis. If traveling  by car, parking is included with your admission rate and is available in the main car park opposite the visitor centre.

By coach is another option for those travelling in large groups. The route along the coast is incredibly scenic.

Visiting outside of peak hours offers a more solitary enjoyable experience for all. Online booking only before arrival.

For more information on how to get to the Cliffs click the link below.

Things to do at the Cliffs of Moher

What to do:

There are plenty of things to get up to upon your visit at the Cliffs of Moher Experience.

O’Brien’s tower established in the 1800s sits on the North side of the Cliffs of Moher. The main attraction is the Cliffs towering over the wild Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy the safe paved pathways on Europes western frontier. Open to all from 9:00am in the morning to 5pm in November, December, January and February. Find out the suggested amount of time to spend visiting the cliffs. 

Enjoy these luxuries from 4pm onwards, a visit worth making. Download our App and Audio guide, your must-have guide to get the most from your experience Free Cliffs of Moher App and Audio Guide.

Stay on while the setting sun illuminates with dazzling splendour cliff and headland, and tower and island, and then sinks in a halo of glory on the western horizon. And, friend, be persuaded to wait longer still, yes, wait on until you have seen in what weird light the full moon hath touched with her silvery beams every prominent line of these lofty cliffs, while all the rest retire in awful gloom or grow up out of the night cloud.

Handbook to Lisdoonvarna and its Vicinity’ by P. D. 1876,

Sunset at the Cliffs of Moher


Admission to the Cliffs of Moher Experience includes access to all areas on the site. This involves the visitor centre, self-guided exhibition, option of the audio guide and app, restrooms and toilet facilities, safe paved pathways surrounding the cliffs, O’Brien’s tower with rooftop views, secure parking, accessibility for all, a water refill station and the Lifts of Moher – driven by onsite guides ensuring those with limited mobility can still experience the cliffs too.

As for entry, children under 12 go free, family tickets including two adults and two children are offered in a deal and the prices are fair especially when booked online. The Cliffs of Moher Experience in the evening is like no other, enjoy all the benefits minus the crowds.