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Hillcrest View

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Doonbeg Road Kilrush Ireland
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Vandeleur Walled Garden

Vandeleur Walled Garden

Vandeleur Walled Garden in Kilrush, which formerly belonged to the Vandeleur Family, is set among 420 acres of native wood. You can see special water features, a lot of unusual and tender plants and a Victorian-style glasshouse if you visit the garden. Also, the garden offers a huge variety of plants for sale. There is a lot of fun for children, they can follow the butterfly trail, play with the huge outdoor Chess game, play in the sand area, or enjoy the living willow structure. In the courtyard you can find a collection of old farm machinery. There are permanent exhibitions, a coffee shop, a gift shop and a conference room in the centre. Parking and the entry are free! In case you are interested in more information, such as opening hours, location, guided tours ect., please visit the official site of Vandeleur Walled Garden.

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Cliffs of Moher

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The Cliffs of Moher in County Clare stretch for 5miles and 700 feet over the Atlantic Ocean. The landscape of the cliffs has welcomed visitors who come to wonder their grandeur and to be close to nature. You can see Puffins from April to July , more than 60,000 seabirds nest here. There are over 750m of pathways within the visitor centre area with raised platforms for great viewing and 20 kilometres of a trail connecting the villages of Liscannor and Doolin. O’Brien’s tower built in 1835 is open to the public. The award winning eco-friendly visitor centre is built into the hillside. The Burren and Cliffs of Moher have been awarded Geopark status supported by UNESCO. Liscannor is only 5km north, Doolin is 8km south and Ennis is 38 km far from the Cliffs. There is a gift shop, picnic areas, cafes and parking possibilities (disabled parking, too) Open all year round from 09.00 am, closing varies with daylight hours. July & August 09.00-21.00. Closed 24th, 25th and 26th December. Entrance fees: Student & Senior €4.00; Adult €6.00, Child (U16) Free

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