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With its medieval past and contemporary culture, Galway is one of the most colourful cities in Ireland. Spend some time in Eyre Square or sit on the walls of the Spanish Arch where the River Corrib flows. After dark, head to the buzzing Latin Quarter where you will find high-end restaurants. 

The Harbour hotel is located just minutes from the bustling Quay St. and is within walking distance of the cities transport hubs including Galway Train Station & Galway New Coach Station.

Why not turn your daytrip into an offer night with our fabulous overnight packages?


Mirror Pavilion by John Gerrard

3 - 26 September, 2020

The Pavilion is a beautiful and striking structure, with three sides and the roof clad in a highly reflective mirror and the fourth wall a high–resolution LED wall. This structure will host two new artworks Corn Work and Leaf Work which will unfold on the LED screen presented in two locations; Corn Work at the historic Claddagh Quay in Galway City and Leaf Work at the spectacular 4,000–year–old Derrigimlagh Bog in Connemara. The works reflect and respond to the landscape of both locations.

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Night Cargo | Hughie O'Donoghue

5-26 September, 2020

Wednesday-Saturday 12noon-6pm
Late Opening Friday to 8pm
Sunday 1pm-6pm

Considered one of the leading painters of his generation, his paintings frequently combine rich, expressionist colours and textures, verging on the abstract, when addressing a particular event or history. Night Cargo brings together a group of new and related paintings.