Amenities that offer something for everyone

Thomond Park is Munster’s home ground and a mecca for rugby lovers. Limerick Racecourse also quickens the pulses of racing fans, both nationally and internationally.

If history and heritage capture your interest, so will Craggaunowen Heritage Park which features a full-sized crannog (medieval island home). Bunratty Castle and the Foynes Flying Boat Museum and Heritage Centre are amongst the area’s many other attractions.

In the cultural sphere The Hunt Museum consistently attracts praise for its superb collections of art and antiquities housed in one of Limerick’s finest Georgian houses. The University of Limerick has become one of Ireland’s most respected centres of learning since becoming a university in 1989.

A vibrant, cosmopolitan modern city, Limerick overflows with sporting, cultural, recreational and educational opportunities

  • University of Limerick
  • The Hunt Museum
  • Thomond Park
  • Howleys Quay Riverside Boardwalk
  • Bedford Row

Limerick City is also the gateway to many of Irelands most beautiful and iconic natural landscapes

The magnificent Burren and Cliffs of Moher are less than an hour’s drive away while the Wild Atlantic Way offers a unique opportunity to experience Ireland’s untamed western seaboard.

A city of choices and contrasts

  • Riverfest Limerick
  • Greyhound Stadium
  • Limerick Institute of Technology
  • Canoeing on the River Shannon
  • The Limerick Strand Hotel
  • Riverfest Limerick
  • Great Limerick Run, Living Bridge, University of Limerick
  • King John’s Castle