Daniel O'Connell Monument
In the town centre, the Square, is a Daniel O'Connell Monument. His election to the British parliament by a huge majority in 1828 forced...
Just north of the Square is Ennis Friary. It was founded by Donnchadh Cairbreach O'Brien, king of Thomond, sometime between 1240 and...
Slip into this small place by day and you can be just another geezer pondering a pint. At night there's usually trad music. Bet you wish...
The peas at this popular old pub are always well cooked, and the supply of spuds never-ending. Standards like roasts get top billing...
Lonely Planet review
Sharing the same building as the tourist office is this diverting little museum. The 'Riches of Clare' exhibition tells the story of Clare from 8000 years ago to the present day using original artefacts grouped into four themes: earth, power, faith and water. It also recounts the development of the submarine by Clare-born JP Holland, who's good for at least two of the themes.