Exploring the British and Irish Isles

August 3rd, 2010 by Smithsonian Journeys

The stunning Cliffs of Moher are the most visited site on Ireland’s rugged west coast, drawing more than one million visitors each year. More than 20 species of birds make the Cliffs their home, including Atlantic puffins, gulls, hawks, and ravens. One of the best ways to see the cliffs is from above, like in this video from the Smithsonian Channel.

If you’ve never visited this part of the world, you’ll want to go in the Spring. Click for more information.

England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland are full of fascinating ancient sites. Which is your favorite? Please share.

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