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See a variety of relics that tell the story of the city from prehistoric times to present day in this museum near the River Corrib.
Cruise around the scenic sights of Galway Bay, see the historic Spanish Arch, spot charmingly colorful houses and dine in restaurants with water views.
While Galway is recognised worldwide as one of the leading destinations for the arts, for music, theatre and countless associated festivals, one of the city’s most welcome features is the ease with which it is possible to slip away from the contemporary, cosmopolitan, cultural quarters and back to nature.
Peruse the modern art and floral displays of this park that takes you away from the bustle of the city.
See a fascinating mosaic of John F. Kennedy in a modern church he visited in Ireland. Admire its rose window and artworks.
St. Augustine’s Church is a thriving church in the city of Galway, sometimes dubbed the Republic of Ireland’s “most Irish” of cities. Located on Middle Street, the 19th century church is a popular place of worship and a symbol of its long association with the Augustinian religious order, named after the 4th and 5th century saint, Augustine of Hippo.