Ireland's Favourite Visitor Experience

Walk the safe, paved pathways and view the famous Cliffs of Moher on Europe’s western frontier, towering over the wild Atlantic Ocean.

The Cliffs are situated within the Burren and Cliffs of Moher UNESCO Global Geopark. The 800 metres of pathways lead to beautifully appointed viewing areas. The visitor centre is nestled into the hillside and its eco-friendly design has minimal visual impact on the surrounding landscape. The unique cavelike structure accommodates a full range of facilities and attractions underground.

Indulge in the delicious locally sourced gourmet food at the charming cafés while enjoying the picturesque views. Browse the craftworker’s street along the promenade outside the centre, as well as the craft and gift store within, which offers a wide range of locally produced goods.

The Cliffs of Moher harbour significant colonies of nesting seabirds. Recognised as a Special Protection Area (SPA) for birds and wildlife, witness the captivating behaviours of the 30,000 pairs of seabirds nesting on the cliffs during the breeding season. Complimentary binoculars are available on request for an enhanced viewing experience.

Top Tips – Online booking only.

Download the free app & audio guide with live updates including weather, daily exclusive offers, an audio-guided tour, maps and top tips for your visit.

Arrive early morning or in the evening for the best experience.

Picnic tables and blankets are available.

Kids under 12yrs go free.

For mobility issues, avail of the Lifts of Moher, an electric vehicle offering transport to the viewing areas.

10% off evening admission at with the promo code ‘Glance24’. Online bookings only. Terms and conditions apply.

  • Panoramic views of an iconic breath-taking landscape
  • O’ Brien’s Tower, from where you can see 5 counties & the Aran Islands on a clear day
  • Ireland’s largest mainland seabird colony which includes Puffins
  • The Cliffs Exhibition which brings to life the geology and wildlife of the Cliffs of Moher
  • Award-winning eco-friendly visitor centre with gift shops and cafés

Open Daily Year Round

November to February: 09.00-17.00
March, April, September & October: 08.00-19.00
May to August: 08.00-21.00

Last admission: 30 minutes before closing
Visit duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes
Closed: December 24-26


Admission Prices:

Rates apply

Please book your tickets online at to be sure of entry. 

Reduced rates available online only for off-peak visits (08:00-10:59 & 16:00-close)
Early bird and sunset visitors will be rewarded with a much quieter peaceful experience



Useful Information

Check out the range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.

LANGUAGES: Free leaflets available in Irish, English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Latvian, Russian, Chinese, Mandarin, Japanese and Hindi.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS: The Puffin’s Nest Café provides hot & cold drinks, sandwiches, soup, salads, cakes and more. The Cliffs View Café provides tasty home-cooked meals, snacks and baking. Picnic tables also available.

SHOPPING: Gift shops selling souvenirs and gift items from Cliffs branded merchandise to guide books, DVDs, jewellery and craft items.

PARKING: Car and coach parking on-site (included in ticket prices).

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS: The Visitor Centre is fully accessible and includes accessible toilets. The cliff viewing areas are partially accessible.

GROUPS: Group rates available (minimum 10 people). Pre-booking required.

WI-FI & APP: Free Wi-Fi available in the Visitor Centre, main viewing platform and Cliffs View Café. Free Cliffs of Moher Audio Guide App for Android and Apple devices available.

WEATHER: During times of high winds or hazardous weather conditions Met Eireann weather warning protocols are followed. During Yellow Warnings, visitors are required to exercise extra caution. Orange Status means conditions are too hazardous to visit the Cliffs, although the centre remains open as a refuge for those already on-site. During a Red Warning, the centre closes and all visitors and staff are evacuated.

TOP TIP: Stay the night in County Clare and visit in early morning to avail of reduced rates (available online only), and enjoy a much quieter, peaceful experience.

Getting There

The Cliffs are located on the West Coast of Ireland, close to Liscannor village in Co. Clare. They are easily accessed by road from Galway (1.5 hours), Ennis (40 minutes), Limerick (1.5 hours) and from the ferry to and from Killimer in Kerry (45 minutes). Dublin is approximately 3.5 hours via Limerick.

Map Location: 52.971523, -9.425631
Contact Cliffs of Moher Experience

Cliffs of Moher, Liscannor, Co. Clare, Ireland

Eircode: V95 KN9T
T: +353 (0)65 708 6141
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