M49***70The Hunter Museum is located in an 18th-century old house on the banks of the Shannon River. More than 2,000 collections inside are donated by the Hunter family. Including art from the Stone Age and early Egypt, the cross of Antrim, drawings by Picasso, and bronze horses designed by Leonardo. One of the three must-see attractions in Limerick. It’s free on Sunday afternoons. It doesn’t look big on the outside, but the things inside are okay. It’s recommended to visit.
M49***70The Contracting Stone is located on the right bank of the Shannon River, echoing the King John's Castle opposite. It witnessed the "Treaty of Limerick" signed on October 3, 1691; before that, the Catholic King James and the Protestant King William fought for the throne, and their supporters fought the famous Battle of the Boyne River. William's troops Eventually defeated the Jacobites.
M49***70The Limerick City Art Gallery is located on the north side of People’s Park, in a Roman Revival building built in 1906. The permanent collection includes Irish art from the 18th to the 20th century.