Limerick was founded by Vikings in the 9th century, making it one of Ireland's oldest cities. Its city charter is older than that of London! Located on the banks of the mighty River Shannon, it is quirky, vibrant and utterly individual. From its beautiful Georgian architecture and grand museums to its sports-obsessed locals, it will win you over.
Once Centre of the Aviation World
Foynes Flying Boat and Maritime Museum Foynes, Co. Limerick, Ireland
The role played by Foynes in the establishment of passenger flights across the Atlantic is excitingly captured in the Museum which is located in the original Airport Terminal Building.
Open Daily Mar to Nov
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The picturesque town of Kenmare
Kenmare The Square, Kenmare, Co. Kerry, Ireland
The picturesque town of Kenmare is the perfect location from which to discover the South West of Ireland, linking the internationally famous Ring of Kerry with the rugged Ring of Beara.
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Experience Medieval Limerick
King’s Island King’s Island Medieval Quarter, Limerick City, Ireland
The King’s Island Medieval Quarter of Limerick City contains a wealth of built heritage.
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Discover all Limerick has to offer!
Limerick.ie Limerick, Ireland
From city breaks to country escapes and historic sights to culinary delights - Limerick has so much to offer!
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Visit Clare, County of Culture
Visit Clare Co. Clare, Ireland
Clare combines the stunning natural beauty of its long, meandering coastline with unique windswept landscapes and choice dollops of Irish culture.
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Visit Offaly Co. Offaly, Ireland
Offaly has a wide range of places to visit and hidden gems to explore. From water sports to pet-farms and science discoveries to tree-house adventures.
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Ireland's prettiest village
Adare Heritage Centre Main Street, Adare, Co. Limerick
Offering an exciting mix of shopping, dining and historical discovery
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Birthplace of Brian Boru
Ballina Killaloe Birthplace of Brian Boru Ballina, Co. Tipperary and Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland
Killaloe connects Clare and Tipperary with a 13 arch bridge to the village of Ballina.
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Step back in time
Bishops’ Palace Bishops Palace, Church Street, King’s Island, Limerick City, Ireland
From housing Bishops between the years 1661 and 1784 to condemned tenement status by the 1960’s.
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On the edge of Europe
Caherdaniel Ring of Kerry, Co. Kerry, Ireland
If you are looking for a holiday that combines the great outdoors with heritage and history then Caherdaniel is the perfect choice for you.
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Woodlands, parkland and lakes
Coillte Forest Park Curragh Chase Curraghchase, Kilcornan, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Curragh Chase offers a number of looped way-marked trails in the park to suit all visitors.
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Memorial Church
Daniel O’Connell Memorial Church O’Connell Street, Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry, Ireland
The church bears the name of Daniel O’Connell, “The Liberator”, who was born in Cahersiveen and who worked in his political career in the 19th century to bring about Catholic Emancipation.
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step back in time
Desmond Castle Newcastle West The Square, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, Ireland
West Limerick preserves many of Ireland's surviving spacious medieval halls. The Desmond Banqueting Hall is an imposing two-storey structure and was used by the Earls of Desmond for banquets
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Experience the magic
Dingle Peninsula Dingle Tourist Office, The Quay, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Famed for its rugged beauty and indigenous cultural heritage, Dingle Peninsula has something to offer every visitor.
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On the scenic N69 driving route.
Foynes Heritage Town Foynes, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Foynes is a Discovery Point on the Wild Atlantic Way and is part of the N69 Coastal Driving route (Limerick to Kerry).
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See the best of contemporary art
Limerick City Gallery of Art Carnegie Building, Pery Square, Limerick City, Ireland
Housed in the Carnegie Building offering 650 square meters of exhibition space between the two floors.
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A Gardener's Paradise
Limerick Gardens Various locations in county Limerick, Ireland
Visit some of the County’s gardens, some of which have won national awards and featured in gardening magazines.
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An archaeological gem
Lough Gur Heritage Centre & Lakeshore Parklands Lough Gur, Bruff, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Lough Gur is an area of extreme beauty encompassing over 6,000 years of living history. Home to Ireland’s largest and oldest stone circle.
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Famous food and variety markets
Milk Market Limerick Cornmarket Row, Limerick City, Ireland
The Milk Market provide Limerick residents and visitors with access to a wide variety of fresh, local, in-season products, typically directly from the producer.
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Celebrating 50 Years
Shannon Ferry ShannonFerry Group, Tarbert, Co. Kerry, Ireland
ShannonFerry will take you and your vehicle on this 20 minute journey across the estuary linking the iconic tourist destinations of the Kingdom of Kerry to the Banner County of Clare.
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Celebrating 50 Years
Shannon Ferry ShannonFerry Group, Killimer, Kilrush, Co. Clare, Ireland
ShannonFerry will take you and your vehicle on this 20 minute journey across the estuary linking the iconic tourist destinations of the Banner County of Clare to the Kingdom of Kerry.
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Unique setting for a Wildlife park
Stonehall Wildlife Park Curraghchase, Kilcornan, Co. Limerick, Ireland
This location offers a unique setting for a purpose built Wildlife park which has now developed from a pet farm into a wildlife park/Zoo for families to experience fun and education.
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Georgian Splendour
The Georgian House & Garden 2 Pery Square, Limerick City, Ireland
The running of this magnificent Georgian House has been appointed to the Limerick Civic Trust.
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Amazing and Ancient Treasures
The Hunt Museum Custom House, Rutland Street, Limerick City, Ireland
The Hunt Museum exhibits one Europe’s greatest private collections of Art and Antiquities, dating from the Neolithic Period to the 20th Century.
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Where the Shannon meets the sea
The Shannon Estuary Way Clare and Limerick, Ireland
Along the Shannon Estuary drive, you will find delightful towns, pretty villages and world famous shore fishing sites.
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Extraordinary island
Valentia Island Iveragh Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland
The idyllic setting for sailing, fishing, kayaking, diving, coasteering, cycling, walking, rock climbing and lots more.
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
Blue Flag Beaches in the Shannon Region Shannon Region, Ireland
The Shannon Region's rugged coastline and inland lakes – offer breathtaking views, beaches, cliffs, sand dunes and marinas.
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The place to be!
Bowling Buddies Unit 2 Manor Business Park, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Bowling Buddies is not just any ordinary bowling centre…it’s so much more! It’s the place to be. It’s extraordinary!
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Award-winning walking trails
Broadford Ashford Walking Trails Broadford and Ashford, Co. Limerick, Ireland
The trails have something to offer the amateur and the advanced walker including some challenging climbs, a variety of terrain, and beautiful views of West Limerick.
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Buddies is best for play!
Buddies Play Centre 4a Woodlands Industrial Estate, Park Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Family-run play centre for children up to 12yrs of age with on-site café for adults to relax in, offering a full menu and speciality teas and coffees.
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Important historic town
Cashel Heritage Town Cashel Heritage Centre, Town Hall, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Cashel was once the home of the High Kings of Munster who resided at The Rock of Cashel, the stunning landmark attraction at the edge of the town.
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Great tourist destination
Castlegregory Castlegregory Visitor Information Centre, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry, Ireland
The village of Castlegregory is located at the foot of a sandy peninsula called the Maharees separating Brandon Bay to the west from Tralee Bay to the east.
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
Fairy Wood Fairy Woods, Stradbally North, Castleconnell, County Limerick, Ireland
As you stroll through these woods keep your eyes peeled for the woodland fairies Dixie and Pixie and their colourful fairy houses!
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
Kilkee Habitat Trail Co. Clare, Ireland
Breathtaking scenic walks, stunning sea cliff panoramic views and wonderful amenities are available in the area.
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
Kinnitty Pyramid Kinnitty Pyramid, Ballyshane Road, Lismoney, County Offaly, Ireland
Visit an exact replica of the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt, built in 1834 and located at the rear of the Church of Ireland in Kinnitty, Co. Offaly.
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
People’s Park Pery Square, Limerick, Ireland
Home to a children’s playground, the People’s Park is the perfect location for a family picnic surrounded in mature trees and colourful flowers.
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850 Years of History
Saint Mary’s Cathedral Bridge Street, Limerick City, Co. Limerick, Ireland
Saint Mary’s Cathedral was founded in 1168 AD and stands majestically over the City of Limerick. It is open daily and is still used today for its original purpose, as a place of worship.
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
Shannon Region Festivals Various locations in Ireland’s Shannon Region
Do you want to dance the night away, taste the delights of the region or simply kick back and listen to music??
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Special discoveries in the South
Tarbert – John F Leslie Woodland Walk Tarbert, Co. Kerry, Ireland
A great walking trail to explore in county Kerry
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Shannon Region Special Discoveries
The Clare Glens Counties Limerick and Tipperary
With breath taking scenery, loop walks, numerous waterfalls and wild dense forestry this region offers tranquility and calm to all who visit.
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Follow the former railway line
The Great Southern Greenway Various access points in West Limerick
Unique 96km (60 miles) of countryside which follows the route of the former Limerick to Tralee/Fenit railway line.
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Torc Waterfall
Torc Waterfall Muckross Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Nestled at the base of Torc Mountain and standing at approximately 20 metres high, the waterfall is beautiful, rugged and at its most wild after a heavy downpour of Irish rain.
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Modern bustling town
Tralee Tralee Tourist Office, Ashe Memorial Hall, Denny Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
The Tralee we see today took its form in the 18th century. There is plenty to see and do for all the family.
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Environmental activities
Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre Ballyard Road, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Discover the magnificence of the wetlands and the animals and plants living here.
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Famous for its Rose Garden
Tralee Town Park Tralee Tourist Office, Denny Street, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Famous for its Rose Garden, which contains 35 varieties of roses over a 3 acre site and has been a feature of the park since 1987.
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