Pack Your Bags and Embark on an Adventure for the Whole Family in Limerick. Find Your Perfect Family Holiday and Make Memories That Last Forever! Walking & Hiking. Things to Do. House & Gardens. Cycling. Coastal Escapes. Nature & Wildlife.
Limerick is famed for its equestrian opportunities. The centre has two indoor arenas, an extra large outdoor arena, 120 acre parkland cross country course. Experienced, BHS qualified staff and well-schooled horses and ponies.
Specialising in show jumping, dressage and cross-country, they are happy to welcome visitors of all abilities and experience to come and join them for a day or two or for their renowned week-long programme.
They do their very best to match each rider with a suitable horse to ensure you get the most from your experience and are happy to organise individual coaching for you.
Set over 26 acres visitors, the park features the iconic 15th century Bunratty Castle & a living village experience where visitors can discover through sights, sound and smells what village & rural life was like back Ireland in the early 1900’s. Visitors can explore a wide variety of walking and discovery trails through the park’s woodland trails meeting along the way native Irish breeds of animals including the park’s much loved resident wolfhounds Meabh and Saoirse, pigmy goats Daithí and Maura, Cormac Bunratty’s native Irish red deer and so many more. The Folk Park also features a beautiful walled garden surrounding Bunratty House, a mystical fairy trail, a fun-filled viking playground and an array of farm animals
Stonehall visitor Farm located in Kilcornan, Co. Limerick, is a must for all visitors to the Shannon Region. Located in a tranquil and beautiful rural setting, this tourist attraction allows the visitor to experience first hand the enjoyment and fun of a wide variety of animals in a secure and pleasant setting.
Adare known as Ireland’s prettiest village is located 20 minutes from the city centre. Why not step back in time and take a journey thought the historical exhibition, a reconstruction of Adare’s unique past from the arrival of the Norman’s to the ancient abbeys of the middle-ages. In addition to the historical exhibition, the Heritage Centre is home to a number of gift outlets.