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Limerick Museum is now based in the Franciscan Friary, Henry Street. The Limerick Museum first opened its doors in 1916 at the Carnegie Building in Pery Square and relocated four times before finding its permanent home in Henry Street. The Limerick...more
The museum has moved to the Franciscans on Henry Street. It is in the ground floor of the friary. Nicely laid out. Great for a browse through Limerick's history. Seats to stop and contemplate life (especially when it was raining as it was on my...More
This is quite a small museum, free to enter, with its collection not overwhelming in extent or detail. That's our sort of museum! When we visited it had only been in its new location for a few weeks, so everything still sparkled. One of the...More
I went to the museum thinking I would have to pay as we went in the man said go on ahead and then we were like omg it's free there were many interesting items on display definitely worth the little trip it only takes about...More
I remember when the museum was housed in Johns Square there seemed to be much more in it. This is a very small collection and while it has a few interesting exhibits it hardly warrants existence by itself. It would be better being moved inside...More
Beautiful building hosting. Many interesting items of interest to all young or old showed the young how things were made and used for along time before their time,thoes who guided everyone on the tour spoke in detail and answered many questions we finished our trip...More
A few good cases with Limerick Lace and the rest was about 1916 rising. By the time we visited Limerick, it was our 4th week in Ireland and by then we have seen so many rising exhibits that it just didn't make any difference to...More
Response from Limerick M | Property representative |
Limerick Museum is now centrally located on Henry Street and can be accessed by foot from the Bus Stops at Arthur's Quay, the Train Station at Parnell Street or from any of the various car parks in the city.