Claddagh Ring Museum

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The Claddagh Ring Museum (also called Thomas Dillon’s Claddagh Gold) is a small museum in Galway, dedicated to the Claddagh ring, the famous Irish ring, represented by two hands holding a heart. This museum, will allow you to discover all the secrets of this legendary ring!

Visit the Claddagh Ring Museum

A unique piece, presenting the History of the Claddagh ring.

The Claddagh Ring Museum is located on Quay Street in the heart of Galway city centre. Unbeatable with its bright red facade and yellow door, it opens onto a unique (admittedly rather tiny) but remarkably interesting room.

On the program, rings, writings, and objects that will allow you to discover the legend of Claddagh, and the origin of this ring so dear to the heart of the Irish.

You will be able to learn about the meaning of this jewel, and you will even have the opportunity to buy some for yourself or for the person dear to your heart in the museum. Don’t hesitate to ask your questions to the museum manager: he is inexhaustible on the subject!

A nice visit in the heart of the city centre, which will allow you to better understand the subtlety of Irish culture, while at the same time bringing back a nice souvenir of your trip to Ireland!

Claddagh Ring Museum
Practical information

Address Address:
12 Cross Street Upper, Galway

Coordonnées GPSGPS:
53.271444, -9.053812

Web siteWeb site:
Access to the website
PricesPrices :

5€ per person

Opening hoursOpening hours:

Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 5 pm

Claddagh Ring Museum : the map

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