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Cliffs of Moher

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Daily 9am-9pm, although closing time can vary with sunset.
Lislorkan North, Liscannor, Western Ireland

How to Get from Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are located about 174 miles (280 km) west of Dublin and can be reached in approximately 3.5 hours by car from the capital city. Cliffs of Moher day trips from Dublin city center often feature a tour guide and tend to be long (between 10 and 14 hours), given that they usually venture to other west coast attractions and also include hotel pickup and roundtrip transportation. Public bus connections can also be made from Galway bus station.

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Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin

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Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin
$90.99 per adult
Full experience in the most amazing place
Amazing experience with Rory that provided suggestions on Ireland and also on Dublin! Nice explanations and some fun facts. Highly recommended! Stunning views
GIOVANNA_D, Jun 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Dublin

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Good Trip to start the summer
Sathish_G, Jun 2021
Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin
It was a really good trip, Cliffs of Moher is a place you shouldn't miss if you are in Ireland. Rory is an amazing tour guide who makes the trip worthwhile with historical facts, humour and local suggestions. Highly recommended
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Full experience in the most amazing place
GIOVANNA_D, Jun 2021
Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin
Amazing experience with Rory that provided suggestions on Ireland and also on Dublin! Nice explanations and some fun facts. Highly recommended! Stunning views
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What craic!
GianCarloAldo_D, Aug 2020
Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Dublin
The Cliffs of Moher were absolutely amazing and Galway has to be the best city I've seen in ireland. Rob was an excellent guide, very informative and safety conscious with a good sense of humour! We had craic!
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Cliffs of Moher and Galway
heathersE8762GL, Jul 2019
Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
Spectacular tour that I highly recommend. The bus was very clean and comfortable and tour guide gave helpful tips and information while driving.When you get to Cliffs of Moher, make sure and go to left (when facing water) first as its just stunning as we were running out of time to go as far as we wanted for pictures. Cliffs are magnificent and we lucked out and had sunshine the entire day!! Make sure and go to bathroom before you start trip as no facilities on bus.
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Recommended!
Ravine_V, Jun 2021
Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin
Very pleasant tour of the Cliffs of Moher, the Burren, along the wild atlantic way and ending on Galway city. The weather was absolutely perfect that day, making the landscapes even more stunning to discover. Derrick was an amazing tour guide, knowledgeable, funny and easy-going. He made the tour instructive and constructive by his knowledges of Ireland's history.
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Cliff of Moher Trip
Shahnawaz_J, Jun 2021
Cliffs of Moher, Wild Atlantic Way, Kilmacduagh Abbey and Galway from Dublin
It was a memorable experience and we enjoyed a lot in the trip. Especially, I appreciate the tour guide D.Rock and driver Arthor who made the trip lively..
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Cliffs of Moher
Pablo_W, Mar 2020
Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Galway
It was a amazing experience. The Cliffs of Moher are breathtaking. Also the rocks were awesome and we really enjoyed the tour.
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Fantastic Day Tour! The Guide Peter was amazing!
Nadjoua M, Jul 2019
Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Wild Atlantic Way day tour from Galway city
This an excellent day trip to the Cliffs of Moher through the Burren area. The Tour Guide Peter was very friendly and great fun! he made sure the group interacted and had great fun and good laugh together!! highly recommend it!
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Magnificient nature
Adventure266421, Jul 2019
Cliffs of Moher Premium Tour with Boat Cruise
After two days in the capital we enjoyed a break in the western part of Ireland. The tour to the Cliffs of Moher was impressive and well worth every cent. We loved to listen to the comments if our very positive guide and felt safe during the ride.
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Ireland trip
Lowell C, Sep 2019
Cliffs of Moher Tour Including Wild Atlantic Way and Galway City from Dublin
Our bus was super clean and very modern and nice. Our guide Kim was excellent--helpful to all and very knowledgeable making the long trip most enjoyable. Likewise our driver, Paulo, was super nice, very helpful and did a great job driving in difficult conditions. Overall, a great trip and we would gladly go again with Kim and Paulo.
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An easy and entertraining day
Voyage26103019060, Sep 2019
Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Galway
Gary was our tour guide and did a great job of telling us all sorts of details about Galway and the landscape around us. He had a great story telling ability and was very friendly and welcoming, answered many questions from the whole group and got us all smiling. The bus was clean and well taken care of and we got to stop at several sites along the way.
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Best Trip of our Vacation to Ireland
donnamfallon, Aug 2019
Independent Cliffs of Moher Half Day Trip from Galway
This trip was a really wonderful experience all around. The bus was clean and comfortable, the ride was as smooth could be and the driver was excellent!

What to See at the Cliffs of Moher

Once at the cliffs, visitors can wander a number of winding coastal trails and pathways, capture photos of the dramatic scenery, and walk out to peer over cliff edges at the waves below. The onsite underground Visitor Centre features educational exhibits and a number of arts and crafts gift shops, while the viewing platform atop the historical O’Brien’s Tower provides stellar views stretching west to the Aran Islands, north to Galway, and out along the Atlantic Coast.

Found in the Burren National Park region of County Clare, this natural wonder makes up only a short stretch of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Along with your stop at the iconic cliffs, see more of the Atlantic edge with a coastal drive that includes visits to Bunratty Castle, Corcomroe Abbey, Dunguaire Castle, and the quaint fishing village of Kinvara. Other notable sights include Galway Bay and Connemara.

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Insider Tip

The cliffs can become especially crowded between 11am and 4pm, and even more so throughout July and August. To dodge the masses, stop for lunch at Fitzpatrick’s Pub in Doolin village before heading to the cliffs. The local seafood is particularly good here, and what’s an Irish lunch without a Guinness?

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • It’s recommended that you allocate at least two hours to explore the area.

  • Weather can greatly affect visibility at the Cliffs of Moher; in the case of foggy conditions, admission tickets can be reused in the next 24 hours.

  • The Cliffs of Moher site is both wheelchair- and stroller-accessible, and baby changing facilities are available.

  • You’ll find free WiFi at the Visitor Centre.

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