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Family Activities

Moher Hill Open Farm

Moher Hill Open Farm and Leisure Park is situated overlooking Liscannor Bay and is much more than a fun family filled day out. This 14 acre open farm, which has been featured on RTE programmes, ensures that children and adults alike have an opportunity to learn about and interact with their favourite animals in breathtaking surroundings.

Burren Birds of Prey

Here you will find the largest selection of birds of prey in the country and if your timing is good the added bonus of our breathtaking displays of birds in free flight. The centre offers: The largest and most varied collection of birds of prey in the country. A home to eagles falcons hawks and owls from around the globe. Breeding pairs that provide a unique opportunity to see these birds up close in specially designed pens.

An Sibhin Riding Centre

Fresh country air and an unhurried way of life, a residential riding holiday is a back-to-nature experience like no other, as you and your horse wend your way down quiet country roads or take in the natural beauty of the world-famous Burren. With many miles of riding tracks and heather-covered bog land to explore, every day brings new adventures.

Kilkee Waterworld

Treat the whole family, young or old to a splashing great day out in Kilkee Waterworld in County Clare.  Waterworld provides geysers and gushers, bubbles and whirlpools for all the family to enjoy. The indoor complex also features a bubble pool, exciting crystal tower slide, shower geysers and gushers, the lazy river ride, bubble jet massage lounger, beach pool and even Tommy Turtle’s play pool for younger guests to splash about in

Cliffs of Moher Cruises

Take a legendary cruise to The Aran Islands & Cliffs of Moher Cruises with O’Brien Line Doolin ferry Est. 1970. Several daily sailings depart Doolin Pier, Doolin, Co. Clare from March to November. Travel on the largest and most comfortable ferries with over 40 years of service.  The Aran Islands offer something special for all. Families can enjoy a relaxing day out on the unspoiled beaches of Inisheer.

Lahinch Seaworld

Come to Lahinch Seaworld & Leisure Centre for an action-packed fun-filled day for all of the family! Explore the world beneath the waves and discover the awesome wealth of the Atlantic Ocean in a thrilling and dramatic way. From catfish, dogfish, and conger eels, to crustaceans like spider crabs, and lobsters, invertebrates like octupus and starfish, to beautiful tropical species such as clownfish, regal tangs, kuda seahorses, emerald crabs and turtles!

Dolphin Watching

Dolphin watch Carrigaholt is on the Loop Head Penninsula where the River Shannon opens out to the Atlantic Ocean giving you the opportunity of seeing and learning about Bottlenose Dolphins and a variety of wildlife surrounded by dramatic cliffs in this Special Area of Conservation. There are about 140 Bottlenose Dolphins living at the Mouth of the Shannon where strong tidal currents draw in vast shoals of fish. The calves (baby dolphins) are especially playful and curious.

Clare Bike Hire

Planning a cycling holiday to Co Clare? Then look no further than Clare Bike Hire, Ennis. Assured quality and service guaranteed.We rent a comprehensive range of the latest models of high spec touring hybrids and off-road mountain bikes. All bike hire includes; Lock, pannier bags, pump, repair kits and insurance. Also available is la large range of accessories to suit all bikes and a range of cycling clothing including the latest Irish jerseys.

Clare Kayak Hire

Clare Kayak Hire is based in Lahinch Co Clare all year round. They do kayak and SUP tours on the River in Lahinch and tours from the Falls Hotel, Ennistymon all year round. The river is a beautiful spot for kayaking, also from the start of July to the end of August they hire out kayaks and SUPs every day in the White Strand next to Miltown Malbay just 5min from Lahinch. The White Strand is a great spot for sea kayaking for all the family. All gear is provided.

Bunratty Folk Park

Within the castle grounds is the Bunratty Folk Park where 19th century Irish life is vividly recreated. Meet and chat with the Bean an Ti (Woman of the House) and various street characters including the Policeman and Schoolteacher who give the site its sparkle. Enjoy the tastes, scents, sights and sounds of this enchanting place as you stroll from house to house or around the charming village complete with school, post office, doctors house, hardware shop, printers and of course the pub! It’s a wonderful experience for adults and children alike with something for everyone to enjoy!