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Limerick on Ice 2017 promises fun for all the family!

Christmas is fast approaching and what is Christmas without everyone’s fun and favourite festive activity? Limerick on Ice is back at Arthurs Quay for its 14th year running making it Ireland’s longest established skating rink!

Situated right in the heart of our beautiful city Limerick on Ice is suitable for old and young alike as well as being easy to find and the perfection location to find parking.

Whether you’re a professional skater or if skating simply comes naturally to you, even if you have never stepped foot on the ice in your life, you definitely won’t want to miss this year’s main Christmas attraction.

Limerick on Ice is open every day from FRIDAY 1ST DECEMBER – SUNDAY 7TH JANUARY from 10am until 10pm. You can check out their website for time exceptions. Group bookings and family discounts are also available.



The ice rink also offers a student night for those who want to take time out and relax from all the study or for those celebrating the end of those dreaded exams! Student night is held every Wednesday from 7pm until 8pm and tickets are available to students at a discounted rate of €10.

On top of everything else, Limerick on Ice is offering skating vouchers for those of us pulling our hair out over Christmas present ideas!

More information on Limerick on Ice can be found on their website or you can give the ice rink a call on +353 61 400200. If you’re getting into the Christmas spirit why not find out more about this festive season in Limerick and read more of our Christmas stories right here!

€16 – adult
€14 – children
€50 – family ticket
€12 per person – skate anytime groups (groups of 10+ including youth groups)
€10 per child – school groups & teacher skates free with every 10 pupils
€10 – student (with valid student ID & valid every night 7 – 8pm only)

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.