Shop at Cliffs of Moher: Embrace Celtic Magic with Enchanting Souvenirs!

By Aashima

The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most iconic natural landmarks and a popular tourist attraction.

While exploring this beautiful place, you can shop for traditional Irish souvenirs and handmade crafts at the Visitor Center or Craftworkers’ Street.

These products come from local suppliers in County Clare. 
While buying the products, you support the local economy and take some of the experience home.

This article will share the best Cliffs of Moher gift shop and other stores to visit, offering delightful souvenirs and gifts.

Craft and Gift Store

Craft and Gift Store

The Cliffs of Moher visitor center gift shop offers a wide range of jewelry, clothing, ceramics, cosmetics, and perfumes, perfect for your family and friends.

The products are sourced from 80 Irish suppliers, including 65 local or artisan businesses.

The store provides employment in the region and aligns with the Cliffs of Moher’s commitment to sustainability.

Clifftops Store

Clifftop is a shop

Clifftop is a shop that sells beautiful clothes for kids and adults that are made in Ireland or designed locally. 

Visitors can find Claddagh rings, Celtic-style jewelry, pebble pictures, books, and gemstones, each item telling a story of timeless beauty.

What sets Clifftops apart is its commitment to not selling any products containing wool or leather or causing harm to animals, making it an ethical haven for conscious shoppers.

Moher Music Shop

Moher Music Shop

Music enthusiasts may visit Moher Music Shop, owned by Tina Mulrooney, a professional singer and harpist from Co. Clare.

This Cliffs of Moher shop celebrates Irish traditional music and offers a variety of musical instruments and music books.

Tina’s enchanting performances have mesmerized both local and international audiences.

Irish T-Shirts

Irish T-Shirts

Irish T-Shirts is a family-run Cliffs of Moher souvenir shop that designs and prints original Irish and Celtic designs by hand. 

Each piece reflects the richness of Irish culture and heritage, sharing a piece of the Emerald Isle with every wearer. 

The shop’s personalized printing services cater to various groups, making it the go-to destination for custom band T-shirts, club merchandise, and branded apparel.

Gifts of Moher: Cliffs of Moher gift shop

As a family-run business, Gifts of Moher has been a cherished part of the Cliffs of Moher Shops for over two decades. 

Their incredible selection of Irish souvenirs and gifts, from postcards to clothing and cuddly toys, evokes fond memories of the location.

Make sure to visit this iconic shop at the Cliffs of Moher.

Nua: Handmade Clothing and Irish Gifts

Nua, a family-owned enterprise since 1985, delights visitors with its beautiful and affordable handmade clothing and authentic Irish gifts. 

From clothing to gifts suitable for all age groups, Nua is the perfect destination to find a meaningful and cherished memento.

O’Dalaigh Jewellers: Cliffs of Moher jewelry shop

O’Dalaigh Jewelers, established in 1973, boasts a legacy of handcrafted Celtic and contemporary jewelry. 

With intricate designs and the option to commission unique jewelry pieces, visitors can take home a cherished symbol of Ireland’s beauty and culture.

Their custom-designed jewelry and gifts are delivered all around the world. 

The Rock Shop

The Rock Shop is in County Clare, just 2km from the Cliffs of Moher, and offers a fascinating collection of rocks, fossils, gemstones, and unique gifts.

You can choose from a variety of gifts and jewelry suitable for everyone.

It also has a tea room serving coffee and home-baked cakes with beautiful views of Liscannor Bay.

Enjoy free WiFi during your visit. Make sure to stop by and experience this unforgettable place.

Take home a piece of the Cliffs’ timeless beauty and create lasting memories of this extraordinary destination.

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Aashima is an avid traveler who seeks out thrills and lives a simple, peaceful life. Bright clear skies are her calling.