Things to do near the Cliffs in Clare
Moher Cottage is located 1.5km south of the Cliffs of Moher Experience on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Moher Cottage is beside St.Brigid’s Well and also just 1.5km from Liscannor Village.
Address: St. Brigid’s Well,
Cliffs of Moher,
Wednesday – Monday 10am-5pm
Tuesdays – Closed
Outdoor seating with covered area, gifts, coffee, fudge, and treats only
Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park
Situated overlooking Liscannor Bay and 2.5km from the Cliffs of Moher Experience, Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park offers a fun-filled family day out. This 14-acre open farm, which has been featured on Ireland’s national television station RTE, offers children and adults alike the opportunity to learn about, and interact with, their favourite animals in breathtaking surroundings.
The farm has a wide range of activities to ensure that all ages are kept entertained, regardless of the weather with a bouncing castle, indoor and outdoor go-karts, ball pool, all-weather outdoor play area and miniature golf course.
Address: Moher Hill Open Farm,
Cliffs of Moher Road,
Liscannor, Co.Clare V95 XK00
View a world-class wonder of nature!
Descending over 70 metres/200 feet, the largest free-hanging Stalactite in Europe and the third largest in the world is a must-see.
What is more astounding than the size, is that the Great Stalactite was formed from a single drop of water over thousands of years.
Explore the deepest point of the Burren underground at Doolin Cave and enjoy one of the most interesting geological Clare tourist attractions.
Address: Doolin Cave, Craggycoradon East, Doolin, Co. Clare, Ireland V95 R299
The Rock Shop, Liscannor
The Rock Shop is a family-owned and run business located near Liscannor and approximately 2km from the Cliffs of Moher Experience. The Rock Shop has lovely tearooms and a beautiful sheltered outdoor patio.
The building was originally the primary school in St Brigid’s Well which was closed in the early 1990s. The Rock Shop opened in 1996, at first in the original two small classrooms. It was extended to its current size two years later.
It now boasts a fascinating display of fossils, gemstones and collectible rocks for collectors, young and old. See beautiful crystals in their natural form. With an extensive range of jewellery, pottery, giftware and textiles the Rock Shop has been called ‘a virtual Aladdin’s cave’. Their range of gemstones and gifts are sourced from Ireland and all over the world.
Co. Clare ,
Phone: 065 7081930
St Brigid’s Well
St. Brigid’s Well in Liscannor is regarded as a place of healing; the spring at the well-known site is located in a narrow man-built cave, filled with photos, statues, rosary beads and medals which have been left over the years by pilgrims.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, 1.5km from the Cliffs of Moher Experience, locals, tourists and passers-by visit the site which also has a statue of St. Brigid in a glass case. Many pilgrims visit in large numbers particularly on the feast of St. Brigid (February 1st) but also on the feast of the Assumption in August.