Historical Walking Tours

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Historical Walking Tours: Historical Walking tours of St Marys Parish/King's Island offer a unique experience of limericks colourful social history. The Walking tours cover many important hsitorical landmarks including

King Johns Castle,Irelands finest example of Norman Military Architecture. Dating from 1210

St Marys Cathedral,Limericks oldest cathedral still holding religious services daily. Dating from 1167

The Bishops Palace,the oldest domestic building in

Limerick.It houses the Limerick Civic Trust.

The Abbey RiverCurves to the left one mile above Limerick rejoining the main stream of the Shannon between Merchant's Quay and the Hunt Museum forming King's Island and St Marys Parish.

Merchant's QuayOnce one of the busiest locations in old Limerick containing markets and now the site of the City Offices and The County Courthouse.

Sir Harrys MallThe wall and roadway built by Sir Harry Hartstonge.Situated along the Abbey river.

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Address: 44 Nicholas St, Limerick, Ireland
Phone: +353 61-318106
Email: smidp@iol.ie

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