Limerick City has been a Viking settlement, a medieval walled town, a Georgian city and is now a modern, vibrant metropolitan area. The city is a treasure trove of sights to see and things to do with plenty for families and children of all ages,
including: The Hunt Museum, The Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick Museum, The Milk Market, Saint Mary’s Cathedral and Scenic Riverside Walks.
Limerick’s food scene has never been stronger, restaurants are stuffed with scrumptious dishes and delightful desserts! Limerick’s bars cater to all tastes and occasions, from lively nightclubs to super cosy snugs in fire lit pubs!
The University of Limerick established in 1972, is situated on a riverside campus and is adjacent to the National Technology Park (Ireland’s first science/technology park). The university was classified as the University of Limerick in 1989.
The County of Limerick offers an array of things to do in its lovely towns and villages. Here are just a few of the many things to see and do:
Adare Village–one of the most picturesque villages in the country with its thatched cottages.
Lough Gur– a prehistoric site of international importance can be found near the towns of Bruff and Kilmallock.
Between Rathkeale and Abbeyfeale you will find the The Great Southern Greenway–a unique 96km (60 miles) of countryside which follows the route of the former Limerick to Tralee/Fenit railway line. A 40km off-road walking and cycling trail has been created with 5 sections varying in distance from 4km to 13km.
In Foynes you will find the Flying Boat & Maritime Museum as well a choice of lovely gardens to visit. Other towns worth a visit include Askeaton, Castleconnell, Glin, Kilfinane and Murroe.
For further details see website www.limerick.ie
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‘Your Daily Adventure’ is loved by visitors. There is so much to enjoy, we’ve had to create six regional editions to cover every part of Ireland.
Each FREE edition is packed with up-to-date information on all there is to do, see and enjoy around Ireland. Watch out for them in your travels, or ask for them by name ‘Your Daily Adventure’. They are stocked in most places visitors’ frequent – particularly visitor-friendly accommodation!
It is always advisable to check the opening dates and times of any attraction or business you intend to visit. Check their website or give them a call.