Visitors of all ages will find something to inspire and excite them at King John’s Castle.
Categories: Historic Limerick
Exhibiting one of Ireland's greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century, including works by Renoir, Picasso and Yeats.
Experience the proud history and heritage of Munster Rugby at Thomond Park Stadium's spectacular interactive museum. or follow in the footsteps of Munster heroes by taking a look behind the scenes at the historic stadium.
Housed in the original terminal building in County Limerick, the museum recalls that nostalgic era when Foynes became the centre of the aviation world from 1939 to 1945.
The Limerick Museum's displays illustrate the long and varied history of Limerick City and the surrounding area.
Did you know that Limerick is often referred to as "Ireland’s Sporting Capital"? The City was awarded the coveted European City of Sport title back in 2011. Make sure to take in a sporting event while you’re here!
Whether it’s a Guinness, a Cosmopolitan or a cold beer, you’ll find plenty of stylish bars, cosy pubs and happening nightclubs in Limerick to suit your tastes.
These trails are the largest trail network of its kind in Ireland and provide many options for off-road cycling in the mountains.
Limerick puts on a compelling menu of festivals and events each year!
Categories: Festival/Special Event
This tour is based on Frank McCourt’s best-selling memoir of his childhood in 1930s Limerick.
The Frank McCourt Museum is a memorial to one of Limerick's greatest authors.
You will be captivated by the beauty, charm and tranquillity of this ancient place. The visitor centre tells the story of Pre-Celtic Ireland dating back to 3000 BC.
Here you’ll discover the very best of fresh, natural produce from great farmhouse cheeses and chutneys, just-caught fish and artisan meats, organic fruit & vegetables, to delicious healthy breads and fresh pressed juices.
Most noteworthy relics of the past, within the ancient Cathedral, are the ancient altar stone used when Mass was celebrated in the Cathedral and the splendidly carved misericords in the choir.
Categories: Churches & Settlements