Skip to main content

The Burren, from the Irish ‘An Bhoireann’, literally means a rocky place. This lunar limestone pavement is Europe’s largest karst landscape

Burren 7 °C Cloudy
30. 1. 2023
9:03
Burren National Park logo

A Place to Learn


Explore learning opportunities at Burren National Park. Whether you’re interested in learning about nature and ecology with your family, or planning a visit with your group, our National Park supports a wide range of learning experiences. Visit our Burren National Park Information Point to find out more and talk to our staff about our outreach programme.

A Place to Learn

Visitor Information Point


Burren National Park Information Point

The Burren National Park Information Point, in the village of Corofin, is open weekends from 10am to 5pm to the 17th March. Here you can pick up trail maps, meet our knowledgeable guides and learn more about the Burren National Park.

The free shuttle bus service provides transport from the Information Point to the park during the visitor season.

CONTACT

Home-based Learning

The need to promote awareness of our natural heritage and biodiversity in the parks, and to inform and educate our visitors remains as important as ever. To reach out to people, we have devised a programme of downloadable activities for your learning and enjoyment, which can be completed at home. Fun activities include a minibeast hunt, garden bird survey, quiz and natural art, all designed to help you learn about the nature on your doorstep.

See what nature has to offer and enjoy discovering the gems of the Burren National Park!


Downloads

Garden Bird Survey

Minibeast Hunt

Burren National Park Quiz

Natural Art

May Flower Hunt

Outreach


National Parks staff offer visits to primary schools to deliver a programme on a range of topics. We aim to help students develop an understanding of how all species have their own roles to play in nature.

Educational outreach programmes must be booked in advance by contacting the Burren National Park Information Point.

PHONE:065 682 7693

Person holding insect