Trace your roots and discover your past

Founded in 1982, this flagship Genealogical Centre has the largest collection of genealogical material housed in any one place, to enable persons with Co. Clare roots to trace their forebears.

The parish registers from all of 
Co. Clare’s 47 parishes form the core of a unique database that includes a range of Civil Records comprising rentals, valuations, tithe assessments, estate maps and papers, census returns, obituaries and gravestone inscriptions.

Located within the campus is the Clare Heritage Museum, an award-winning presentation of the material aspects of 19th century social, educational and folk life. The Burren Information Point provides information on the Burren National Park and includes free guided walks of the National Park in addition to a free Bus service to the Park from May to August.

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Highlights
  • Founded in 1982
  • The largest collection of genealogical material housed in any one place
  • An award-winning presentation of the material aspects of 19th century social, educational and folk life
  • Free guided walks of the National Park
  • Free Bus service to the Park from May to August
Open

Open Year Round

Monday to Friday: 09:00–17:00

Museum:
May to October: 10:00–17:00h

Burren Information Point:
April to September: 10.00–17.00

Prices

Admission Prices 2019

Museum
Adult: €4.00
Child (aged 5 and under): Free
Child (6–18 years): €3.00

Useful Information

PARKING:  On street parking for cars and coaches

Getting There

13km north of Ennis, on R476

Map Location: 52.944982, -9.062772
Contact Clare Heritage and Genealogy Centre

Church Street, Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland


Eircode: V95 X270
T: +353 (0)65 683 7955
E: clareheritage@gmail.com
W:
www.clareroots.comhome.htm
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