Hidden gems: The best things to do in LIMERICK

How would you spend a day in Limerick? We asked our readers to share their favourite hidden gems in the Treaty city and we’ve included the best in this list.

Here are 21 great things to do in Limerick city and county as suggested by our readers.

Take in a gig at the legendary Dolan's Warehouse

Explore Limerick's Medieval roots and Norman arhcitecture in the city centre

A visit to the beautiful village of Adare in Co. Limerick

Take a look around the city's many stunning churches and places of worship

Take a drive out to Lough Gur

Have a browse around the Milk Market in the city

Walk across the Living Bridge and through the campus at the University of Limerick

Some food from Limerick's most famous chipper

Visit the historic Glenstal Abbey

Take a walk with nature along the River Shannon through Shannon Fields and Plassey Riverbank

Summon your inner Knight at King John's Castle

Go kayaking along the River Shannon

Enjoy the city's many art installations

Some refereshments in the Curragower bar on Clancy Strand

The Locke Bar on a sunny day

Or a night out at Nancy Blake's

Dinner at Aroi restaurant. You never know who you might bump into!

Get cultured at the Hunt Museum

Take in a game with one of the famous sports teams that call the county home

Let your imagination fly away at the Flying Boat Museum

Hot chocolate at Jack Monday's in Thomondgate

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