Discover the story of Limerick city and county

Limerick Museum has over 62,000 objects in its collection. Some are on display and the rest can be viewed on the online catalogue. The story of Limerick city and county is shown through its objects, from Stone Age axes to 1916 Rising medals.

Among the unusual items are the 450-year old mummified Ireton’s Cat; a 3 billion-year-old fragment from the largest meteorite shower that ever fell in Ireland (which occurred in 1813) and two World War II gas masks, that fortunately never had to be used.


Opening Times:

Open Monday to Friday


Admission Prices:

Entry Free

Getting There
Map Location: 52.663917, -8.628767
Contact Limerick Museum

Henry Street, Limerick City

Eircode: V94 C7W1
T: 061-557 740
W: www.limerick.ielimerick-museum
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