The Limerick City Museum – renamed to Jim Kemmy Municipal Museum is located in the historic centre of the city. The building itself has its own charm- being styled in a warehouse design.
- Stone Age tools and artefacts
- Bronze Age artefacts
- Medieval ruins and articles
Tourists love the sheer ambience of the museum. History seems to surround you in the most splendid exhibitions during your visit here.
- Do try the see the medieval artefacts showcased here.
- Bus: Athlunkard St (Opp St Marys Cathedral)
- The Locke
- AZUR Restaurant
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41.47% of people who visit Limerick include Limerick City Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
46% of people start their Limerick City Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Limerick City Museum
64.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Limerick City Museum
10/10. They deserve a modern printed media copying machine. They also have twenty times more items in storage than can be displayed to the Public. The museum requires appropriate levels of funding. It is miserably underfunded and has been so for decades. Take a bow staff and caretakers of The Jim Kemmy Municipal Museum! All The Very Best, Simon
Great place to visit highly recommended.
Interesting museum - quite small but worth a visit if you have a spare half an hour.
A small collection nicely displayed. A good way to put the town in context.
Small but a lot of history in the museum. There are 5 rooms full of artefacts and an extra room for tempary expeditions. Also there is a few books for saleat the info desk.