King John’s Castle is situated on ‘King’s Island’ in the heart of medieval Limerick City, on the banks of Ireland’s longest river the Shannon. The Castle was built between 1200 and 1210 and was repaired and extended many times in the following centuries. The castle is one of Ireland’s national monuments and is a key tourist attraction which was redeveloped in 2013. The site boasts a brand new visitor and interpretative experience that brings together the Castle’s remarkable archaeology and 21st century technology to help you discover the history of Limerick and King John’s Castle. This Castle in the heart of Limerick City is an experience not to be missed and is a fun family day out with lots to learn and savour for all the family.Thomond Park – Home of Munster Rugby in the heart of Limerick City, Thomond Stadium is the often referred to the home of Irish rugby, with its roots firmly in Limerick since 1938. Along with European and national games the stadium also plays host to Limerick FC home games and is a perfect concert venue, with performers such as Bruce Springsteen and Elton John, having played there.The Park includes a stadium museum with guided tours. Included in this is an opportunity to see places only accessible to the players and officials from the home dressing room to a walk down the tunnel to the majestic playing pitch! This unique tour gives the opportunity to experience the stadium through the eyes of the Munster players on match days.