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The Hunt Museum, in Limerick City, is home to an internationally important collection of some 2,000 original works of art and antiquity. Exhibiting one of Ireland's greatest private collections dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century.
Tradition has it the Treaty of Limerick, that ended the Williamite-Jacobite War, was signed on this limestone block, in Limerick City. The Treaty Stone stands across the River Shannon from King John's Castle.
Limerick City Museum is situated in Castle Lane, Nicholas Street, next to the main entrance of King John’s Castle in the heart of the City’s Medieval Quarter. A 10 minute walk from the Tourist Office and 20 minutes from the rail and bus stations.
Follow in the footsteps of Munster sporting heroes by taking a look behind the scenes at the historic Thomond Park Stadium, in Limerick City.
The Frank McCourt Museum is situated in Hartstonge Street, Limerick City. Founded and run by Una Heaton, the building housed the old Leamys School, which was attended by Frank McCourt and mentioned several times in his memoir Angela's Ashes.
RollerJam is Limerick's newest leisure destination. Whether you're a seasoned skater or taking your first "roll", RollerJam are here to make your skating experience a memorable one!
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