Guided tours, lasting 30 minutes, allow you to observe beautiful caverns, bridged chasms, underground waterfalls, weird mineral formations and the hibernation chambers of brown bears which have been extinct in Ireland for centuries.
Facilities include a restaurant, craft shop, information desk and outside and ‘The Hazelwood’ crafts village.
Located in the unique Burren, this new visitors’ centre provides visitors with an overview of the area and its unique landscape, its rich human history and its famous flora. Elaborate audio – visual presentation; synchronised large scale slide panoramas with soundscapes in 3 specially created environments.
The Burren Smokehouse produce oak-smoked Irish Atlantic Salmon. The ancient tradition is explained in their new visitors centre. Gourmet and Craft Shop. Audio-visual in English, German, French and Italian.
Burren Display Centre
The Burren Display Centre (Brú na Bóirne) has a new design which will bring to life the dramatic and fascinating story of the Burren through models, slides, artifacts and information. Admission charge.
Burren Perfumery and Floral Centre
The Burren Perfumery and Floral Centre is Ireland’s oldest perfumery Shop, outstanding audio visual and photographic exhibition. www.burrenperfumery.com
Liscannor Stone and Rock Shop
Liscannor Stone is the name given to a variety of 300 million year old flagstones and sandstones that are risen from the lands in the region. The stone bears the fossil tracks of Marine animals that lived millions of years ago.
The Visitors Centre includes: an audio-visual display that highlights the fascinating history of Liscannor stone and the ‘Rock Shop’ which displays precious and semi-precious stones from Ireland and all over the world. Almost everyone of the Earth’s natural treasures is on sale here.