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Caherconnel Stone Fort
Caherconnell Stone Fort is located just south of Poulnabrone dolmen in the very heart of the Burren and lets you visit an extremely well preserved example of the ring forts which are found in Ireland.
If you are looking for an insight into the culture and ancient history of Ireland hundreds or thousands of years ago then Caherconnell Stone Fort will give you just that! This site is very well presented with enough rocks to last a lifetime and is a great place to put on you to see or to do list!
Unlocking Secrets of The Past
For generations the stone pathways and walls have been carefully crafted and maintained. These ancient paths at Caherconnel Stone Fort will guide you through this prehistoric site and allow you to discover the secrets the archaeologists have unearthed over time, unlocking the secrets of the past
Ringforts were circular fortified settlements built during the bronze age although it is thought that the entrance to Caherconnell may have been rebuilt in the 15th or 16th century leading to suggestions the this ancient fort may have been inhabited up until the late medieval period.
Visiting Caherconnel Stone Fort
There is a Graphic Display Areas and Audio Visual Presentation
Virtual Tour of the Fort with Touch Screen Presentations
Self-Guided Tours in English/French/German/Italian/Dutch
Audio Guides Available
There is a lovely Craft Shop and The Mountain Haven Café
Other Things To Do on Cliffs of Moher Day Tour
An Aillwee Caves Tour is something we might suggest to the more adventurous customer of ours. Anyone with a hint of interest in caves will simply love the Aillwee Caves which also includes a Birds of Prey Center and Cheesemaking Farm Shop!
One of my our favourite stops is the small village of Lisdoonvarna, its a spa town and the gateway to the Burren, and a short distance on my way to the Cliffs Of Moher day tour. It has become the central meeting place for many people for well over a hundred years.