Top 10 Things To Do With Kids In Clare

Planning a visit with the family to Clare?  Here's our suggestions for the top 10 things to do with kids in Clare (in no particular order!)

1. Visit the Burren

Definitely not to be missed, The Burren is an amazing landscape and you will enjoy experiencing the flora and fauna

2. Spend the day at Craggaunowen 

Cragganuowen will satisfy everyone with a medieval castle, crannóg, ring fort, 'Brendan boat', interesting animals, walks through the woods, and various events throughout the year

3. Head for the Beach

Take bucket and spade and head to one of Clare's beaches – it's fun in the rain or shine!

4. See "The Cliffs"

See the cliffs from a different perspective and book a one hour adventure on Cliffs of Moher Cruises

5. Enjoy the Lees Road Sports & Amenity Park

Spend the afternoon riding bikes or strolling through the woods, kite flying or kicking a ball around at Lees Road Sports & Amenity Park. Also, there is a purpose built skateboard park, great for older kids.

6. Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

Step back in time and visit the medieval castle and village at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Join in the revelry and stay for a medieval banquet.

7. West Clare Railway

Take a ride on the West Clare Railway – the restored Slieve Callan steam locomotive runs on 2½ mile of track at Moyasta Junction

8. Loop Head Lighthouse

Drive the scenic loop and see fabulous cliffs from Kilkee to Loop Head Lighthouse!

9. Dolphinwatch and Dolphin Discovery

Book a boat trip and see some beautiful scenery and meet the dolphins. Dolphinwatch departs from Carrigaholt and Dolphin Discovery departs from Kilrush

10. Dromore and Cratloe Woods

Get the kids out walking in the woods – Dromore and Cratloe Wood have great paths away from roads

Related: Free Things to do with Kids in Clare and Rainy Day Ideas for Clare

Do you have a favourite place to go with the kids in Clare? Share it with us in the comments below.

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This website was created by Jill Holtz and Michelle Davitt, both of whom are mothers of young children. Jill and Michelle decided to create this resource themselves, and launched in 2007.