Clare Museum tells the history of the county over a period of 6,000 years using authentic artefacts, colourful text panels and audio-visual presentations. The Riches of Clare - its people, places and treasures - occupies two galleries of the Clare County Museum. The displays have been designed to have a wide visitor appeal and comprise a large loan of artefacts of Clare provenance from the National Museum of Ireland, the de Valera Museum Collection and collected locally. As the county museum for Clare, a trip to the museum is a perfect outing to entertain adults and children of all ages and interests.
- Events and activities
- Craters for groups
- Upcoming exhibitions
- Last admissions before lunch is 12.30pm and 5pm in the evening
Tuesday to Saturday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
(Closed for lunch each day from 1pm to 2pm and on Bank Holiday Saturdays)