Tourist attractions in Limerick
King John's CastleBuilt between 1200 and 1212, King John's Castle has over 800 years of fascinating and bloody history. Recently restored and fitted out with interactive touch-screen technology, 3D models and activities to involve the visitors, young and not so young, this castle really brings history to life.
Flying Boat MuseumThe Flying Boat Museum in Foynes on the Shannon estuary helps us remember the pioneering era of transatlantic aviation from 1937 to 1945. There is a full-size replica of a Boeing B314 flying boat, flight simulators, a radio room a weather room and a 1940's era cinema.
Hunt MuseumHolding over 2,000 artifacts from Ireland and abroad, including pieces from the Stone Age, ancient Egypt, Bronze Age, ancient jewellery, enamels, crucifixes and artwork by Pablo Picasso, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Roderic O'Conor, Jack B. Yeats, Robert Fagan and Henry Moore, the Hunt Museum's collection is rich and diverse. A journey through the Hunt Museum collection is a journey through time for the curious visitor.