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Limerick Civic Trust invite you to the Haunted Halloween walking tour

Limerick Civic Trust invite you to the Haunted Halloween walking tour

This year the Limerick Civic Trust is offering you the opportunity to come on a walking tour of Limericks haunted medieval quarter in St. Munchin’s Graveyard and Bishop’s Palace, Church Street, Kings Island. Throughout the walk, you will be regaled with the tales of Limerick’s ghastly past and hear all about the ghosts that are said to haunt The Bishop’s Palace and the area of King’s Island.

Starting at the Bishop’s Palace you will hear the legend of the Bishop’s Lady and about the haunting experiences that the Limerick Civic Trust staff and volunteers have experienced in the building.

The tour will then take you further into the heart of King’s Island and St. Munchin’s Graveyard where you will learn about terrible murders, tales of ghosts that warn of impending death, strange goings on in the graveyard at night and also learn about the Delmedge ghost that is said to haunt the area.

Due to the scary nature of the tour and the chance of encountering elements of a supernatural nature all participants will be asked to sign a waiver before partaking in the tour. Saying that all those that manage to complete the tour will receive a certificate of completion – that will show just how brave you are.

Tours will run every day from Wednesday, October 25 to Tuesday, October 31 inclusive at 5 pm & 6 pm.

There will be special treats for those that come in costume for the Haunted Halloween walking tour on October 31.

Pre-booking is advised and you can book your tickets by phoning (061) 313 399 or by emailing [email protected] The price for general day tours is €10 per adult, €6 concessions, and €18 for a family ticket (two adults and two children).

To find out more about the Limerick Civic Trust click here

To read more of our stories on events going on this Halloween click here  



Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.