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Connemara Visitors Centre
Connemara Marble is one of Ireland's most original products. Geologists estimate this natural green rock, quarried at the Streamstown Marble Quarries two miles north west of Clifden, is about 500 million years old. Unique to the region, the marble shows twisted and interlocking bands of serpentine, in various shades of light green and dark green. Visitors and group tours are welcome to see the factory and showrooms in Moycullen.

Kylemore Abbey
This neo-Gothic Castle and Church is possibly the most photographed abbey in Ireland. Grounds include exhibition rooms, lake walk, 6 acre walled garden and woodland walk.


Ragús, Inis Mór
A one hour spectacular show of Traditional music, song and dance takes place three times a day throughout the summer in Halla Rónáin, Aran Islands,

Located on the promenade in Salthill, Leisureland has something for everyone. The 3 swimming pools and giant waterslide provide hours of wet and wild fun for all the family.

The National Aquarium of Ireland in Salthill presents a view of the world of water through clear and interesting displays, informed helpful staff and exciting live presentations.

Royal Tara China
Tara Hall is a historic 17th century mansion, only minutes from Galway City centre. Free guided factory tours are available.

Thoor Ballylee
This 16th century tower house was restored by the poet, William Butler Yeats, who lived there in the 1920s and wrote the poems published under title The Tower.
The Yeats Museum was opened in 1965 for the centenary of the poet's birth. The museum contains an audio-visual theatre, gift and bookshops and a tearoom.

Galway Irish Crystal
The Heritage Centre introduces you to the rich heritage of the West. Guided tours of the crystal workshop, exhibitions including the Tribes of Galway, the Galway Hooker and the Claddagh Village and showrooms are all available.

Dún Guaire Castle
The 16th century castle in Kinvara stands out prominently on the seashore. was named after the 7th century King of Connaught, Guaire whose palace had occupied the same site. The castle is open to the public and hosts medieval banquets with traditional Irish music and story telling.

The Galway Races
Regarded by all as Ireland's premier racing festival, the meeting offers everyone the chance to experience a great sporting unique occasion, coupled with the recent opening of the Millennium Stand.

Coole Park
Was the residence of Lady Augusta Gregory, dramatist and folklorist (1852-1932). Sadly, the house, frequented by such literary giants as Yeats, G. B. Shaw, Edward Martyn J.M. Synge, and Sean O'Casey during the 'Celtic Rrevival', has now been demolished. Today the grounds, the Seven Woods of Coole, celebrated in verse by Yeats are open to the public.

Galway City Museum
Houses various aspects of Galway's Past and was formerly the residence of Clare Sheridan the sculptress.

Peterpan Fun World
Kids will love the exciting 16ft free fall slide, 60ft snake slide, diving into our enormous ball pond. The Coco Cola giant bouncing castle, tunnel slide, the haunted cave, aerial glides, rope bridges, scrambling nets, roller challenges, log climbs, boulder canyon, crazy cubes, biff bags and much, much more.


Connemara Celtic Crystal
This family run business in Moycullen has, for over a quarter of a century, been pioneering the incorporation of Celtic designs and Gaelic motifs into it's ornate Irish Crystal. It is proud to claim clear leadership in this field.


Info on Local Attractions,

The Burren

The 'Lunar Landscape'.

The Aran Islands

The 'Three Stepping Stones out of Europe'.

Galway City

What to Do and See.


Walking, Watersports, Fishing,
Golf and Cycling etc...


Places in Co. Galway well worth a visit.

Heritage Walk

Walking tour of Old Galway City.

Photo Gallery

A Gallery of Photos
to wet your Appetite...


Links of interest
both local and National...

Rockfield House,
Co. Galway.
Tel: 091 555586
Fax: 091 555586

Rockfield House,
Newtown, Moycullen, Co. Galway.
Tel: 091 555586 Fax: 091 555586
Email rockfieldhousebb@gmail.com