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12 fun things to do in Co. Galway

The Claddagh ring has become iconic the world over thanks to the spread of the Irish across the globe. The simple symbols of love, loyalty and friendship have become synonymous with countless love stories since it was first created. Delve into the …

Don’t just drive along the Wild Atlantic Way – really experience the coastline and explore it by kayak! Give It A Go run kayaking trips on the beautiful Corrib river and lake, from the heart of the city onto the peaceful water …

Are you looking to try scubadiving? At Scubadive West they have everything you need to get your toes wet and get to view the amazing ocean up close and personally. The setting for the scuba diving sessions couldn’t be better with experienced …

At the Connemara Marble Visitors Centre Visitors are welcome to view their large collection of antique and vintage Connemara marble Jewellery. For the past 150 years Connemara marble with its distinctive shades of green has been a favoured gift for the Visitor …

More than 5,000 men killed in four hours. The most electrifying battle in Irish military history. The decisive battle of the Williamite War in Ireland! Come to the enthralling Battle of Aughrim Visitor Centre in Co. Galway and immerse yourself in one …

Their mission is to be a centre of learning, inspiration, engagement & enrichment for all our visitors by collecting, preserving & displaying the material heritage of Galway. The former Galway City Museum, situated in Comerford House, adjacent to the Spanish Arch, was …

The Galway Fisheries Watchtower Museum opened to the public in 2015 after a long restoration project brought about by the Galway Civic Trust. The building features a small museum and exhibition space with interesting artefacts, memorabilia and photographs from Galway’s rich history …