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Galway See & do

Aran Islands — Galway Guide — Category: "Galway See & do"
Bearna Golf Club

Bearna Golf Club

Welcome to Bearna Golf Club! Located at the gateway to Connemara in the Gaeltacht, with commanding views of Galway...

Corrib Princess

Corrib Princess

Corrib Princess Scenic Cruise on Lough Corrib this being the second largest lake in Ireland offers a wonderful cruise...

Salthill Promenade

Salthill Promenade

Salthill has been a tourist destination since the early twentieth century. During the 1950s it was a hot spot for...

Eyre Square

Eyre Square

John F. Kennedy Memorial Park is an inner-city public park in Galway, Ireland, formerly officially named Eyre Square...

Galway Cathedral

Galway Cathedral

The Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and St Nicholas (Irish language: Ard-Eaglais Mhaighdean na Deastógála...

Nightlife

Nightlife

Galway is home to a vibrant nightlife scene The city has many, many pubs and bars as well as a few nightclubs. The...

History of Galway

History of Galway

Pre-12th CenturyIt is generally agreed that the town was named after the river, which was known until recently as the...

Nora Barnacle House

Nora Barnacle House

The Nora Barnacle House, in Galway City is the smallest museum in Ireland. Nora Barnacle was wife and muse to James...

The Bridge Mills

The Bridge Mills

The commanding building on the banks of the Corrib, which houses the Bridge Mills, is one of Galways landmarks....

Lynch Memorial Window

Lynch Memorial Window

Situated in Market Street, at the edge of the graveyard attached to St. Nicholas’s Church, is an “ancient memorial”...

Kirwans Lane

Kirwans Lane

Kirwan's Lane contains many relics of 16th and 17th century architecture. It is located in the centre of the area that...

The Claddagh

The Claddagh

Claddagh (Irish: an Cladach, meaning "the shore") is an area close to the centre of Galway city, where the Corrib...

Courthouse & Town Hall

Courthouse & Town Hall

Galway’s Town Hall Theatre, incorporates a state of the art 400-seater Auditorium and a 60-seater Studio Space. The...

Salmon Weir Bridge

Salmon Weir Bridge

The Salmon Weir Bridge was constructed in 1818 and it was intended to link the old Gaol (on the site of the cathedral)...

Galway Museum

Galway Museum

In April 2007 a new purpose built museum building was opened, behind the site of the old museum at Comerford House....

Lynch’s Castle

Lynch’s Castle

Lynch's Castle is located on the northwest corner of Shop Street and Abbeygate Street, and is a fine example of a town...

St. Nicholas’ Church

St. Nicholas’ Church

The Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas is the largest medieval parish church in Ireland in continuous use as a place of...

Spanish Arch

Spanish Arch

The Spanish Arch is one of Galway's most historic landmarks it is located on the East Bank of the River Corrib...