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Historical Attractions

Adare Heritage Centre
Phone: 061- 396 449
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Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
Short Business Description: Ireland’s premier visitor attraction you are invited to explore two wonderful experiences – the acclaimed 15th century Bunratty Castle and 19th century Bunratty Folk Park.
Phone: 061 360 788
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Foynes Flying Boat Museum
Short Business Description: Housed in the original terminal building in Foynes, recalls that nostalgic era when Foynes became the centre of the aviation world from 1939 to 1945
Phone: +35306965416
See on Google Maps: Foynes Flying Boat Museum
Hunt Museum
Short Business Description: The Hunt Museum holds about 2000 different artifacts, both from Ireland and abroad. The oldest pieces are from stone-age Ireland and ancient Egypt.
Website: Hunt Museum
Phone: 061 312 833
See on Google Maps: Hunt Museum
King John’s Castle
Short Business Description: Welcome to King John’s Castle, on ‘King’s Island’ in the heart of medieval Limerick City. The stunning new exhibition at King John’s Castle brings to life over 800 years of dramatic local history.
Phone: 061 411 201
See on Google Maps: King John's Castle
Limerick City Museum
Short Business Description: Limerick Museum was first opened in 1916 as part of the City Library - then located in Pery Square - with the librarian of the day acting as curator.
Phone: 061 417 826
See on Google Maps: Limerick City Museum
Shanid Castle
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St John’s Cathedral
Short Business Description: Built in 1861 and designed by the architect Philip Charles Hardwick, it has been in continuous use since. The building has the tallest spire in Ireland, at 94m, and is the tallest structure in Limerick.
Phone: 061 414 624
See on Google Maps: St John's Cathedral
Treaty Stone
Short Business Description: Stands across the river from King Johns Castle. It marks the place where the Treaty of Limerick was signed in 1691 - marking the surrender of William of Orange.
See on Google Maps: Treaty Stone