Heritage/Visitor Centre in Limerick

Ireland is awash with fascinating Heritage and Visitor Centres, many on your doorstep and others only a short drive away.

Below we've included some of the most popular ones.

Click on a Heritage/Visitor Centre venue below to get more information.

Hunt Museum

Limerick - Hunt Museum
Reopens 20 Jul '20

Exhibiting one of Irelands greatest private collections of art and antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century, including works by Renoir, Picasso and Yeats Guided Tours During a visit to the museum you can choose to explore the collection by yourself or take one of the re

The Custom House, Rutland St., Limerick
Angelas Ashes Walking Tour

Limerick - Angelas Ashes Walking Tour
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Due to public demand we now conduct a walking tour based on Frank McCourts International Bestseller Angelas Ashes. The Angelas Ashes Walking Tour offers a unique experience to visit the Limerick of Dr Frank McCourt and features locations included in the text of Angelas Ashes. The Angelas A

Irish Palatine Heritage Centre

Limerick - Irish Palatine Heritage Centre
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The Irish Palatine Heritage Centre houses an exhibition which seeks to represent in detail the Irish Palatine experience ranging from their German places of origin to their colonisation and settlement in Ireland, and their subsequent scattering throughout the English-speaking world. Due e

Old Railway Building, Rathkeale, Co. Limerick
Adare Heritage Centre

Limerick - Adare Heritage Centre
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Adare, snuggled in a wooded setting among the rich quite farmlands of the Golden Vale by the river Maigue, is a model village dating from the time of the Norman conquest. The Adare Heritage Centre, located in the centre of the town, allows you to experience this areas unique history, spann

Main St., Limerick
Treaty Stone

Limerick - Treaty Stone
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The Treaty Stone is a rough hewn limestone block raised on a pedestal standing across the river from King Johns Castle. Traditionally it was on this rock that the Treaty of Limerick was signed in 1691, marking the surrender of the city to William of Orange. Under the terms of the treaty, t

Tourist Information Office, Arthurs Quay, Limerick.