VISITOR CENTRE INFORMATION
The Cliffs of Moher visitor centre is reasonably priced. The Cliffs Of Moher price covers all on-site amenities and full access to the visitor centre with lots of educational information.
There are lots to see and do with the Cliffs of Moher admission. You can learn about the forming of the rock face, and the local area called the Burren region which is one of Ireland’s national parks, a truly unique lunar landscape. You can also see O’Brien’s Tower which has spectacular views of the coastline.
Please see our things to do and see on the visitor centre page for everything to see in the visitor centre.
The visitor centre has lots of nice food to choose from including snacks, pizza, lunch or maybe just a coffee and a muffin. There is free parking included in the Cliffs Of Moher ticket price. You will be given an information leaflet upon entering the car park, this is where you pay for admission, cash and most credit cards are accepted.
You will arrive at the car park at the visitor centre and pass through a barrier, and then pay the fee required. You can pay with cash and all major credit and debit cards are accepted. There is no time limit, so if you decide to spend an hour or a full day on-site, it’s up to you, the prices cover this. Children under 12 years old are free of charge.
Please note groups of over 9 people will have to contact the cliffs directly at +353 (0)65 7086141
or email – email@example.com
The Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher price for adults over 18 years old is 12.00 euros per person and 7.00 if you book it online booking, this saves you almost 50% at certain times of the day. See this link for more info.
The good news for seniors is that the Cliffs Of Moher price is only 10.00 euros or 7.00 euros if you book it online.
Students (with ID over 16 years old)
The student Cliffs Of Moher price is 10.00 euros per person with the ID provided or 7.00 euros if you book it online.
Children under 12
Children are free under 12 years of age (maximum 4 children per one adult admission)
These family tickets are priced at 16.00 euros, there is a discount for booking tickets online.
O Brien’s Tower
Admission into O’Brien’s Tower is 4 euros to enter and climb up to the second level to view the unreal area and surrounding coastal view. tickets can only be purchased on the visitor centre site for O’Brien’s Tower admission.
Groups over 10 people or more need to be booked over the phone, it is recommended that you book this 72 hours in advance. If you arrive by private coach, your driver will pull into the coach park right next to the visitor centre.
Bookings can be paid for over the phone with a credit card. Please contact +353(0)65 7086141 or email – firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a local pass available for local people visiting the tourist site, this allows local people to purchase a yearly pass for unlimited admission all year round. The cost of the pass is 12.00 euros, you will need a photo ID and fill out a form. The pass is then posted out. This local pass allows people to avail of discounts in the gift shop and the Cliffs view cafe.
FAO – Frequently Asked Questions
How much is it to park your vehicle at the Cliffs of Moher
Answer – There is a large car park at the Cliffs of Moher visitor centre for cars, Buses and camper vans. All-day vehicle parking here is included in the price of a visitor centre ticket, which costs €8 per adult, the good news is children under 12 go free and you can save money by booking online, the online price per adult is only 7.00 euros.
Is it good value to see the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland?
Answer – It’s arguably great value to see one of Ireland’s busiest tourist attractions and an amazing site. The visitor centre is full of cool and retro displays with things for all ages. The Cliffs themselves are just amazing, so yes it well worth it.