Limerick Museum opened in it’s new home in the Franciscan Friary on Henry Street in May of 2017. The  Limerick Museum is opened weekdays from 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm. It has free admission and is accessible by all.

The Limerick Museum holds in storage the largest local authority collection in the country. The display in Henry Street shows only a fraction of this collection to highlight the history of Limerick City and County for thousands of years. You can search the museum’s online catalogue here SEARCH LIMERICK MUSEUM

 

The following video by Pat Howard shows an over view of the Limerick Museum.

Who was St. Munchin - The Strange Patron Saint of Limerick
The Limerick Tobacco Industry