Reviewed on 25 Feb 2023
Reviewed on 12 Dec 2022
Explore a striking castle, experience life in 19th-century Ireland, walk amid manicured gardens and enjoy a medieval banquet at this family-friendly attraction.
Watch a local soccer match, attend a concert, check out an exhibition or cheer on the Munster Rugby Club on their home turf at this modern stadium.
The exciting tales of battle and siege come to life within this beautifully preserved Norman castle in the heart of historic Limerick.
Admire the magnificent medieval architecture of this cathedral and find out about its former life as a palace on the riverfront of historic Limerick.
Lying on the shores of the River Shannon in the city of Limerick, the University of Limerick is a vibrant, bustling hub of learning and culture in the heart of west Ireland.
Founded in 1780 by Lady Hartstonge and several other benefactors as a “fever and lock” hospital, St. John’s Hospital in Limerick famously treated patients during the Great Famine of 1845-1847. This was one of Ireland’s greatest ever public health catastrophes, and a time when great strain was placed on the health systems and entire fabric of society. Had it not been for public hospitals, the situation could have been significantly worse.