Shows and Tours


Trad on the Prom


Tel: 091 582860

All of our hotel guests can avail of a special discount. Just let us know when you make the booking or on check in when you would like to to see them and we will book it for you.


Wild Atlantic Way Day Tours

The Wild Atlantic Way is Ireland’s new long distance tourism trail along the entire west coast of Ireland from Malin Head on County Donegal’s Inishowen Peninsula in the north to Kinsale, County Cork on the Celtic Sea Coast in the south. The 2500 km (1553 miles) driving route passes through nine counties and three provinces. The Wild Atlantic Way route has it all, from cliff top views with great hikes, to historic cities and picture perfect coastal villages.

Travel with Wild Atlantic Way Day Tours and explore the Galway portion of this breathtaking coastal route. Our Connemara tour travels west from Galway city along the coast of Connemara, while our Cliffs of Moher tour travels south through the Burren and on to the spectacular Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Tickets are available from reception and a complimentary pick up service on the day of your tour is also available from the Oranmore Lodge Hotel.

All informations to be found on Web:


Aran Islands

All details of transportation and things to do and see are available from Web:
Tel: 099 61355
Fax: 099 61454

Galway Atlantaquaria

The National Aquarium of Ireland, Galway, is home to the country’s largest display of marine and fresh water life with 150 species to see.

Opening Times:

  • Monday To Friday: 9am to 5pm
  • Saturday and Sunday 9am to 6pm
  • Open 7 days a week for the Spring and Summer.
  • Closed some Mondays and Tuesdays from November to February for essential tank maintenance.

Address: Galway Atlantaquaria, The Prom, Salthill, Galway.

Telephone: (091) 585 100




Glengowla Mines

Facilities Include:Guided underground tours and other amenities (including museum)Coach and Car ParkRock & Mineral ShopGold Panning, treasure hunting

Location - Situated 2 miles west of Oughterard, 300 metres off the N59 Galway/ Clifden road, 20 minutes from Galway, 10 minutes from Maam Cross and 40 minutes from Clifden.


  • March – November – Open 10am – 6pm (7 days a week)
  • December – February – Ring in advance to book space
  • Telephone: 091-552021
  • Website:


Corrib Princess

The Corrib Princess sails from Woodquay in the heart of Galway city, along the famous Steamers Line, which is the lakes traditional trade route.

Opening Times:

The 2013 season will begin in May with daily sailings for individuals at 12.30pm (July and August only), 2.30pm and 4.30pm

Address: Woodquay, Galway.

Telephone: 091 592447




City Limits, Oranmore

Featuring City Bowl, Jungle Drums Restaurant, Bonkers, Zero Limits.

Address: Oranmore, Galway

Opening Times12 noon - 9pm

Telephone: 091 388100