The Galway City Museum
Spanish Parade House, Merchants Road Lower, 800m / 7mins walk
Galway City Museum is a bright, open, contemporary building perfectly located within easy walking distance of the Victoria Hotel on the banks of the River Corrib. The museum houses various artefcats tied closely to the city’s history and heritage; such as archeology, art and crafts. Featuring both permanent and touring exhibitions and it is has free admission!
The Claddagh Ring Museum
1 Quay Street, 550m / 5 mins walk
Located in the building of the jeweler who originally designed and created the very first Claddagh Ring. The design quickly grew in popularity all across the country and is now one of the symbols strongly associated to Ireland. Displayed in the The Claddagh Ring Museum displays some first rings created including the smallest ring ever created, rings at various stages of the intricate crafting process and many more.
University Road, 850m / 8 mins walk
The impressive cathedral looks like it has stood for centuries but was built in the 1950’s making it one of the last great stone cathedrals to be built in Europe. Sitting on the banks of the River Corrib it is the perfect place to visit to escape the hubbub of Galway city for a few moments.
Accessible Places to Visit
Cliffs of Maher
Connemara & Cong