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Cliffs of Moher Coast
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St. Patrick’s Day at the Cliffs of Moher

Join us from the 13th -19th of March 2023 for some great entertainment and fun as we celebrate St Patrick our Patron Saint of Ireland.

This day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general.

From 11am – 3pm meet St Patrick in our Visitor Centre and learn about his story, enjoy LIVE Irish music and more!

Fill your heart with Ireland this St Patrick’s Day

Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit

To wish one person a Happy St Patrick’s Day as Gaeilge, use the greeting ‘Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Duit’ which translates directly as ‘Happy St Patrick’s Day to you’.

Another common St Patrick’s Day greeting is ‘Lá Fhéile Pádraig Faoi Mhaise Duit’ which has the same meaning as the phrase above.

Calling all Patrick’s and Patricia’s! 

The Cliffs of Moher Experience will be offering complimentary admission to Patricks of any variation this St. Patrick’s weekend! Valid from Friday, 17th to Sunday, 19 March 2023
Examples of this include, Padráig, Pádraic, Pat, Patricia, Patrice, Fitzpatricks and McPatrick! All you have to do is show a valid ID on entry to confirm your first name or surname derivative of ‘Patrick’!
So come and enjoy the springtime festivities at the Cliffs of Moher Experience this St Patrick’s weekend!
Homemade Guinness Cake

St Patrick’s Day treats at our Cliffs View Café

The Cliffs view Café will serve Irish specials such as locally sourced Seafood Chowder served with homemade brown bread, Leek & Potato Soup served with Traditional Irish Soda Bread, Bacon & Cabbage accompanied with Traditional Irish Colcannon Mash Potato, Traditional Irish  Beef Stew and more!

Make sure to try their Homemade Guinness Cake, Homemade cupcakes and other Patrick’s Day-inspired treats.


Do you know why a shamrock is national flower of Ireland?

According to St. Patrick’s Day lore, Patrick used the three leaves of a shamrock to explain the holy trinity: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Today, St. Patrick’s Day revelers wear a shamrock out of tradition.