Cliffs of Moher

One of Ireland's favourite visitor experiences, the Cliffs of Moher tower over the rugged West Clare coast.

Visiting the Cliffs | Cliffs of Moher Tourist Attraction in Ireland

One of Ireland's favourite visitor experiences, the Cliffs of Moher tower over the rugged West Clare coast. When you head to the Cliffs of Moher, you're coming for one of two things: the staggering height of the rock face, and the stunning views from the top.

The Cliffs of Moher are more than just a scenic tourist attraction. They are a natural wonder that leaves visitors in awe of the breathtaking beauty and magnitude of Mother Nature. In every moment, the cliffs evoke a sense of wonder and awe, reminding us of the sheer power and resilience that our environment holds.

These towering heights and crashing waves are a reflection of the strength and potential that lies within each one of us. They showcase the impossible possibilities that can be achieved with determination and willpower. And if you look closely, you’ll find that the cliffs are not just a remarkable feat of nature, but also home to a fantastic array of wildlife.

There are fascinating age-old tales and legends that offer insight into the rich history of these cliffs and the surrounding areas. And as you walk along the coastal trail, you’ll be serenaded by the sweet tunes of birds soaring high over the cliffs’ dizzying heights.

So if you’re looking for inspiration, head over to the Cliffs of Moher and let this natural masterpiece ignite your sense of wonder and propel you towards a life filled with limitless possibilities. The cliffs are not just a destination, but a transformative experience that reminds us of the magic and wonder of the universe.


Cliffs of Moher Named Ireland’s Best Visitor Attraction

At a soaring height of 214m, the striated stone extends its long fingers towards the south counties of Cork and Kerry, whilst from O’Brien’s Tower, an observer with a keen eye would even be able to catch a glimpse of the Aran Islands to the north. 

The sea spray that permeates the air with the invigorating freshness of the Wild Atlantic Way provides one with the sense of braving the ocean upon the prow of a magnificent ship. To fully experience this enchanting atmosphere, there is nothing that quite matches the experience of a wind-whipped trek across the clifftops. 

The edges of the cliffs rise slightly upwards, reminiscent of the crests of the waves that roll beneath, creating a magical effect. Embark upon the Doolin Cliff Walk to traverse the well-trodden trail to the highly informative Visitor Centre that is nestled into the hillside similar to a hobbit house.

Cliffs of Moher Ticket Prices

Admission to the Cliffs of Moher Experience includes access to all onsite facilities including

  • A fully accessible Visitor Centre with a self-guided Cliffs exhibition, and on-site theatre with an exhilarating virtual reality cliff-face adventure
  • 800m of safe paved pathways and amazing viewing areas including access to O’Brien’s Tower and rooftop viewing where one can see five counties on a clear day
  • Audio Guide and App – free to download with audio tracks from the locals, information on all aspects of the Cliffs, maps, and all information to make your trip to the Cliffs of Moher memorable
  • Restrooms/toilet facilities
  • WiFi
  • Secure unlimited parking
  • Accessibility for all
  • Complimentary services such as binoculars and picnic blankets on loan
  • Picnic areas and an internal dining area for those who wish to bring their own snacks
  • Water refill station
  • Phone charging and luggage storage, First Aid room, and meditation room
  • “Lifts of Moher” electric mobility vehicle driven by experienced guides to ensure less mobile visitors do not miss out on the wonderful views and experience.

Cliffs of Moher Ticket Prices, online booking only

To receive the best rates book online. Visit outside of peak times which are between 11 am – 4 pm for a more pleasant and peaceful experience. Sunrise and sunset visits are incredibly special and memorable.

Off-Peak AM:  8am -11am
Peak times:  11am – 4pm
Off-Peak PM:  4pm – Close

If you do not to make an online booking, you will be subject to the full gate rate admission charge.

Gate Rates:

Adult      €12.00

Student   €10.00

Senior     €10.00

Family    €24.00

Book online for best rates!

  • *Children under 12 are FREE when accompanied by a parent/guardian to a maximum of 4.
  • Family Ticket includes 2 Adults, 2 Children under 12.
  • **A senior citizen is a person over 65 years of age.

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