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Donations & Collecting

Aim

The museum is a general regional museum which aims to cover all aspects of the past of Limerick City and surrounding area, i.e. the Mid-West region.

Collecting

The museum will collect objects which relate to its aims. The preferred method of acquisition is by gift or purchase, where title to the object is transferred to the museum. In exceptional circumstances, or for exceptional objects, long-term indefinite loans may be accepted.

Loans to the museum will normally be for a defined period and for definite purposes of display, research or education.

The museum will make every effort to ensure that objects acquired for the collection have bona-fide title, and have not been illegally imported into this country or illegally exported from their country of origin.

The museum will collect only those objects for which it can provide adequate care and housing.

Local Studies

An extensive collection of Limerick related materials, this local collection is an essential aid for anyone researching the history of Limerick Local Studies

Archives

The digitised collections are made freely available to the public to promote research into the history of Limerick via a virtual archive.

Museum Online Catalogue

Browse the Jim Kemmy Municipal Museum online catalouge and access our catalouge of over 55,000 artifacts showcasing the rich historical heritage of Limerick.

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Format: 2017-03-27
Format: 2017-03-27