Things To Do

Things To Do in Galway City

Things to do in Galway City including Atlantiquaria

The Crane Bar
The Crane Bar on Sea Road is one of Galway’s best known traditional music pubs. It has long been a haunt of those who love to play and those who love to listen to them. Situated in the ‘Small Crane’ Square, The Crane Bar offers music nightly both upstairs and down. Upstairs at The Crane Bar is a much loved venue, seating 70 in an intimate and relaxed atmosphere remarked on by both performers and audiences alike. Concerts here range from singer/songwriters to traditional & roots music. Sea Road,

Tel: 091 587419


Monroe’s Tavern
If you like live music and a bit of craic, then Monroe’s Tavern is the place to be with Traditional Irish Music playing nightly in the Bar. It is one of Ireland’s most famous pubs and is favoured for its warm and cosy open fired atmosphere. And if you happen to get peckish throughout the night, there is a pizza place right next door. Dominick Street,

Tel: 087 9783245


Galway Atlantiquaria
Galway Altantiquaria is the National Aquarium Of Ireland is located on the Seafront Promenade of Salthill, overlooking Galway Bay. Galway Aquarium is designed over two floors, where visitors follow a vivid interpretation of the Irish aquatic landscape, from the  the glacial mountain streams of Connemara, down through the famous River Corrib and out into Galway Bay. They have a wealth of marine life at the Galway Atlantaquaria, each more special than the next, Including salmon, sea horses, octopus, stingrays and a real 60ft whale skeleton. Galway national aquarium also has four types of native Irish sharks including the rare angel shark and venomous spur dog. Families can take part in the feeding, explore the model submarine, and even hold starfish and giant spider crabs. Salthill,

Tel: 091 585100


Leisureland, Salthill, Galway is an award winning entertainment & health and fitness facility situated on Ireland’s longest seaside promenade. Leisureland offers great value for money in a fun, family friendly environment. Whether it’s just a relaxing Sunday swim your after, or maybe a much needed workout, why not give this place a visit. Salthill,

Tel: 091 621455


Galway Greyhound Racing
Galway Greyhound Stadium is Galway’s premier night time entertainment venue. Following a major €6m facilities investment, this modern and sophisticated racetrack features top class restaurants and bars and brings you an exciting racing programme every Thursday, Friday & Saturday night, with racing from 7.00p.m. Just 5 minutes walk from Eyre Square, Galway Greyhound Stadium is a great night out for friends, colleagues and clients alike. An exhilarating atmosphere permeates the stadium and promises an experience that will be remembered for all the right reasons. The fun continues long after the racing finishes with live music and entertainment until 12.30a.m. College Road,

Tel: 1890 269269 / 061 44808


Things To Do in The Burren

Things to do in the Burren, Co Clare including surfing

Ben’s Surf Clinic
Ben’s Surf Clinic was set up to provide quality surf lessons for all levels of surfer. Based in Lahinch we provide the next level in surf coaching you can learn on your own board or have gear provided. Groups are kept small with personal attention from a level 2 surf coach with 15 years expeirence. Lahinch,
Co. Clare.

Tel: 086 8448622


Lahinch Surf School
Former Irish Surf Champion John McCarthy and his crew of surfdude instructors invite you and your friends to come and experience the thrill and excitement of surfing at Ireland’s best known Surf School. John started Lahinch Surf School out of a desire to surf and live on the west coast and to share the thrill and ‘STOKE’ of surfing. Lahinch,
Co. Clare.

Tel: 087 9609667


Cliffs of Moher Cruise
The Cliffs of Moher cruise is a spectacular round-trip journey below these world famous cliffs which tower over 700ft above the sea. Doolin,
Co. Clare.

Tel: 065 7075949 / 087 2453239


Things To Do in Connemara

Things to do in Connemara, Co. Galway - Kylemore Abbey

Kylemore Abbey & Walled Gardens
A few kilometres east of Letterfrack stands Kylemore Abbey. Magnificently situated on the shores of a lake, this crenulated 19th-century neo-Gothic fantasy was built for a wealthy English businessman, Mitchell Henry, who spent his honeymoon in Connemara. His wife died tragically young. Admission also covers the abbey’s Victorian walled gardens. You can stroll around the lake and surrounding woods for free  Kylemore,
Co. Galway.

Tel: 095 41146


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