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King John’s Castle is situated in the heart of medieval Limerick City. Visitors of all ages will find something to inspire and excite them at the brand new visitor experience at King John’s Castle.


Riverfest BBQ Competition

Saturday 29th April @ 12pm

Elemental Arts & Culture Festival

Friday 8th - Sunday 10th September

Limerick Agricultural Show 2017

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th August

Limerick Racecourse

National Heritage Week 2017

Saturday 19th - Sunday 27th August

Foynes Air Show

Saturday 22nd July

Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival 2017

Saturday 1st - Friday 7th April

Visit Lough Gur and follow the 100 steps to the viewing point to find where the fairies live.

Lough Gur is home to Fer Fí King of the Fairies. Find his throne at the entrance to the Lough Gur Heritage Centre and look to the fairy queens castle where they are reputed to live.

 


Mungret Park and Playground comprises of 3,000 square metres and is specifically designed to accommodate non able bodied children as much as possible.

The play equipment is suitable for both able and non able bodied children and there is a sensory area for children on the autistic spectrum.

The park and playground is not just for children. There are two kilometres of walk and cycle paths and stunning views from the top of the site.

Adult exercise equipment and benches are being provided along the perimeter of the park.


At the end of the Mill Road in Corbally lies a charming fairy garden.

A perfect place for children to frolic among the magical fairies and their enchanted friends!

 


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