This report is based on the findings of additional stakeholder engagement and consultation undertaken following approval of a Town and Village Renewal grant. Our goal is that the new exhibition can be as sustainable and resilient as possible for the challenges that lie ahead, taking into account that the tourism industry has been one of the hardest hit by Covid-19.Download Document
The Burren Centre has been involved with Burren Ecotourism Network since its inception in 2008. We were fortunate to be one of the 18 tourism businesses who got together with a clear vision - that the Burren would become a premier internationally-recognised region ensuring the future economic and social growth and sustainable development of its communities. We are so proud to be a member of this organisation.Download Document
The Burren Centre is delighted that we have been awarded €200,000.00 for the fit-out of our exhibition space. We hope to continue with the work the people of Kilfenora started back in the early seventies when Ireland’s first Interpretative Centre was opened in our village.Download Document
2 ADULTS AND 3 CHILDREN
Admission for one Adult.
Student & Senior Citizen Price
CHILDren UNDER 16
CHILDren UNDER 6 are free
North Clare, and Kilfenora in particular, is renowned for its musical heritage. A comprehensive exhibition with a lively video tells the remarkable story of the internationally famous Kilfenora Céilí Band – 111 years old and still thrilling audiences and dancers with its combination of world-class musical skills and youthful energy.
A warm welcome awaits you as you try our enticing menu – from snacks to 3 course meals, and take-aways, coffees, teas and soft drinks – prepared in our kitchen.