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Cliffs at Night, Starry Sky

The Cliffs

Are there picnic tables available?
Yes, Picnic tables are provided in front of the centre and also outside the door of the upper level from the Cliffs View Cafe. Gourmet picnics can be...
Is the site wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the centre is fully wheelchair accessible. The best view for those in a wheelchair is from the exit from the first floor. There is a lift to the...
How long can I stay?
We recommend two hours for the best...
Can I stay for sunset?
Yes, the exit barrier in the carpark will lift automatically after visitor centre closing...
What happens if it is foggy, and I can’t see the cliffs?
You will be advised of the visibility when entering the Cliffs and can choose to visit later if you wish. Unfortunately, the Cliffs of Moher has no...
Where are the toilets located?
There are toilets on the ground floor and first floor, and accessible toilets on both floors of the Visitor Centre. Baby changing facilities are on...
Is there a tour of the Cliffs of Moher?
The Cliffs and the exhibition are self-guided. There is a free Cliffs of Moher audio guide for apple and android devices that can be downloaded...
How did the Cliffs of Moher get their name?
The word “Mothar” means ruined fort in ancient Gaelic. A fort from the 1st century BC stood at Hags Head where Moher Tower now stands and this is...
How old are the Cliffs of Moher
The cliffs were formed in the Upper Carboniferous Period, 319 million years...
How high are the Cliffs of Moher
At the highest point, just north of O’Brien’s Tower, they reach 214 metres or 702 feet...