Things to Do in Galway
There are many great things to do in Galway. Here is a sample to get you started on your holiday to do list!
The Latin Quarter - Click Here
The Cathedral - Click Here
Galway Arts Centre - Click Here
The Claddagh - Click Here
The Lynch Memorial - Click here
John F Kennedy Statue - Click Here
Spanish Arch - Click Here
Brownes door on the square - Click Here
Hidden Connemara - Discover un-spoilt destinations, un-discovered locations and true traditions and culture of the west of Ireland and its people
Offer pleasure cruises on Lough Corrib, Irelands largest lake and one of the most cleanest and scenic in Europe. A cruise through this unique waterway is a must while visiting the West of Ireland. In 1977 Corrib Cruises began operating on Lough Corrib and today is the longest established and most experienced company cruising these waters.
Galway Atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland is Irelands largest aquarium and one of the West of Irelands premier attractions. It is home to 170 marine and freshwater species. Highlights include seahorses, friendly rays, sharks and an enormous skeleton of a Fin Whale. The Aquarium offers a truly hands-on experience, and visitors can hold star
Segway Adventure Tours
Your segway adventure will take you through the heart of this lively, bustling and historic Gateway to the West - Galway City. Eyre Square, Spanish Arch, Corrib River, The Docks, Shop Street and Galway Bay are among the places you will discover. You will also visit the less travelled paths for a unique experience of this beautiful city
Galway Greyhound Stadium
With stadia throughout Ireland boasting excellent facilities combined with fun & food, as well as top-class racing... we are sure you will want to come back again and again (and again)! For a novel way to celebrate a family birthday or special occasion, then look no further.
Connemara Heritage Centre
This award winning heritage centre offers a unique insight into the history and heritage of this most beautiful part of the West of Ireland. Whether you visit for an hour, an afternoon or stay in our accommodation you will leave with memories to treasure. Activities include: Turf Cutting - Sheaf Tossing - Thatching - Tug of War - Sheep Herding – and much more.
Kylemore Abbey is the Monastic home of the Benedictine Order of Nuns in Ireland. A visit to Ireland, and especially to the West of Ireland and Connemara is not complete without experiencing the beauty and tranquility that is Kylemore Abbey & Garden.