On a visit to Limerick you definitely cannot miss out on the must see places. The significance of these must see places are that they stand as a symbol for Limerick. These places are what Limerick is all about. These must see places in Limerick will stay as cherishing memories of the city forever in your heart.
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Nicholas Street, Limerick, Ireland
09:30 am - 05:30 pm
Although establishments date back to 922 AD, the catsle was built in the 13th century on the orders of King John. A pristine and strategic location, the castle was built on an Island off the coast of Limerick. in 1194, the Anglo-Normans finally captured the area in 1195 under John, Lord of Ireland. In 1197, local legend claims Limerick wa...
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Rutland Street, Limerick, Ireland
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Initially established as a personal collection, the 2000-plus items are from the private collection of the late John and Gertrude Hunt. Originally located at the University of Limerick the museum was later moved to its own premises in the Customs House of Limerick. One of the most lenient museums in the whole of Ireland you are allowed to open draw...
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Lough Gur, Bruff, County Limerick, Ireland
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
Nestled close to Lough Gur, the heritage centre is an all-activity ground for tourists. The serene lake with its beautiful view is a home away from home for any nature and history lover.
Historic Museum: Includes stone-age, bronze age, iron age, early Christian period and medieval and post medieval artefacts.
Tours: Including g...
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Bridge Street, Co. Limerick, Ireland
09:00 am - 05:00 pm
One of the most popular cathedrals in Ireland, the St. Mary’s Cathedral at Limerick is said to be a refurbished castle. The west door is said to be the palace’s original entrance gateway.
The tower which is 13 metres tall
Stained Glass work
The church is often used for musical performances and...
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Greenmount Park, Patrickswell, Co. Limerick, Ireland
The perfect spot for horse-race lovers, the Limerick racecourse is a delight to spend a sunny day at. They have the best facilities and amenities offers in racecourses all over Ireland. Located 6 kilometres south of Limerick City, the racecourse is nothing short of an adrenaline rush.
Panoramic Restaurant: To have a fine dining...
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Cratloe Road, Limerick, Ireland
The Thomond Park stadium is as good as a place of worship for Rugby fanatics in limerick. Rugby is a religion here and the Thomond park is nothing short of an experience during one of the regular matches.
A home-stadium for many US artists like Bob Dylan and Pink to add to a long list, the stadium is popular for its thunderous noises during events....
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Hartstonge Street, Leamy House, Limerick, Ireland
11:00 am - 05:00 pm
The Frank McCourt Museum is located on the Hratstonge street, in the heart of Limerick City. Dedicated to the famous Pulitzer Prize winner, Frank McCourt Museum is sure to scratch the curious bone in you.
Replica school house
Rooms with 'Little Italy'
The museum breathes life into the author’s famous ...
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The Milk Market, Cornmarket Row, Limerick City
10:00 am - 03:00 pm
The Mill market is a stop-market where you can buy everything from gift articles, artefacts to meats, cheeses, wines, fruits, vegetables, seafood, dairy products and more!
The market houses some of the best events like meditation and Tai Chi camps, live concerts, workshops and a sea of other events throughout the year.
Visitors love to visit the Mi...
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O' Connell Street | Brown Thomas Department Store, Limerick, Ireland
12:01 am - 12:00 am
The Limerick City Walking Tour is truly the best way to fathom Limerick through its troubled past to its present day tourist hub. The tour covers all the major attractions as well as the spots which are easily ignored by tourists- making the experience an intimate one.
They arrange 2 tours:
Limerick City Tour
Angela’s Ashes Tour
The guides ...
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Co. Limerick, Ireland
Extending for 6 miles on the border of counties Limerick and Cork, the Ballyhoura Mountains is the perfect spot for adventure tourists.
Adventure activities including sports cars, extreme sports, shooting etc.
Visitors love to spend a whole day here.
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3/4 Dock Road, Limerick, Co. Limerick, Ireland
05:00 am - 11:59 pm
One of the most famous pubs in the whole of Ireland, Dolan’s Pub is known for housing some of the bets artists internationally like Villagers, Rodriquez and Gabriella, Hawk, Paul Brady- to name a few. The pub is always swarming with music enthusiasts and is known for their sold-our live performances.
The place has a palatable food menu ...
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The Carnegie Building Pery Square, Limerick, Ireland
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
One of the most elegant and wide gallery of art in Ireland, the LCGA is known for featuring trending painters, photographers, sculptors and anyone who justifies a new art form.
The Gallery houses permanent works of Henry, Armstrong and other anonymous artists.
Tourists love to take a walk to this intimate gallery while the café is a local favourite.
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Cathedral Place, Co. Limerick, Ireland
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
A walk through history, the Cathedral is located in the quieter part of the city. As of present, the church has the tallest spiral in the whole of Ireland.
Raw-ethnic architecture true to Ireland
Beautiful interiors with popular mass
Tourists love to take a stroll around the cathedral taking pictures all around its majestic presence.