Bruree is a village in the south-east of County Limerick on the Maigue River and is steeped in history and rich in archaeology.
Bruree is not only attractively located village in the valley of Maigue, but it was one of the seats for the Kings of Munster from ancient times until around the end of the 12th century.
Bruree was also the place where Irish bards met twice a year until 1746. There are a number of ring forts located in the Bruree area, the best known being Lissoleem ring fort.
Its recent history is also of significance as it was the village where Eamonn de Valera, a former president of Ireland grew up.
There is one primary school, the second and third level education are available in nearby cities.
Nearby attractions include the De Valera Museum.