How to get here
Bus Éireann provides a daily bus service from Galway to The Cliffs of Moher and onto Ennis.
Route 350 travels along the scenic Wild Atlantic Way six times a day in the summer each way between Ennis to Galway. View 350 timetable to help plan your visit. Ensure you purchase your Cliffs of Moher ticket online in advance to get the best rates. Download the App and Audio and listen en route and learn all about the Cliffs of Moher.
For more information please visit buseireann.ie.
On your arrival please park in the main car park on the opposite side of the road from the Visitor Centre. We strongly advise you to book your tickets online in advance to be sure of entry and to save time.
If you are a disabled driver or passenger with a permit please proceed to the main coach park. There are several designated parking bays available near the Visitor Centre and if these spaces are occupied there are additional spaces in the main car park. The attendant at the entry cabin will advise and direct you to the available spaces in the areas designated for disabled parking. View Parking.
If you are traveling in a chauffeur-driven vehicle tickets can be purchased on this website in advance. Dedicated parking for chauffeured vehicles is located in the car park. Chauffeurs receive complimentary admission.
Car rental is available across Ireland. Our preferred car rental partner is Avis Budget Ireland who offer a 10% discount to Cliffs of Moher visitors when using one of their discount codes.
Please pick up your admission ticket at the public car park green cabins, where taxi drivers can receive complimentary admission.
You can get a rail connection to Ennis, via Limerick, and then catch the bus. All the main cities in Ireland are connected by train including Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Cork and Belfast. You can also take the train to Galway and get a bus from there.
Visit Irish Rail for more information.
The routes along the Cliffs of Moher and County Clare Coastline have made it into the top 10 greatest Cycling Routes in the World – and the Cliffs are a signature discovery point on the Wild Atlantic Way. Cyclists enjoy a view of forever and the freedom of the open road.
There are many nationwide operators offering luxury coach tours of Ireland. Most incorporate the main visitor attractions from east to west, and north to south, of Ireland. Visit www.itoa-ireland.com for details.
To get the most from your trip, we recommend you visit outside the peak periods of 11am – 4pm. What could be better than an early-evening solitary walk? We also advise you to spend time in County Clare; stay overnight in the local towns and villages and visit the attractions.
If your time is very short and you do not have any other option you can also take a day coach trip to the Cliffs of Moher from Ennis, Limerick, Cork, Galway or Dublin all year round. A day tour usually takes a full day leaving Dublin at 7 am and returning at 7 pm or later. (Please remember you will be in the bus for a minimum of 7 hours).
Did You Know?
County Clare was selected as one of Lonely Planet’s Top 10 ten places in the world to cycle.
We also encourage cycling here as a means of sustainable transport and reducing carbon emissions.
There is a bike park with a local area map close to the Visitor Centre. Baggage storage is available free of charge in the Shannon Heritage gift shop on the ground floor of the Visitor Centre. Touring bikes can be hired locally in Lahinch and Doolin, while e-bikes can be hired in Kilfenora.
Check Burren.ie for looped cycle routes.
The North Clare Cycle network offers four cycle routes varying in distance from 18km to 47km with numerous shorter alternatives. Download North Clare Cycle Routes