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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
Although it's only a small museum they pack in the history. Lovely lace exhibits. Massive rifle know idea how many it took to lift it to fire it but wouldn't want to be on the wrong end of it. Enjoyed going round here.
Our visit was nice and we enjoyed it. Learning about the town history and what made it the way it is today was great.
The exhibit is small but will keep you busy for an hour or so if you read it all and take...More
Well worth a visit although small it had some very interesting exhibits including a number of black and white photos chronicling events mainly in the 1970’s and information about silver making in Limerick.
The museum is only on one side of the building on one floor, so that gives you an idea of the size. It was an interesting look into Limerick history, focused mostly on the products that Limerick has manufactured over the last hundred years. Lots...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
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.