Official Sightseeing Pass offers access to Limerick’s top attractions for a total price lower than paying for each attraction individually.  

Limerick City & County Council, in collaboration with tourism partners and Failte Ireland, have today announced the introduction of a new range of rates, including a family bundle, to Limerick’s official Sightseeing Pass. Visitors are invited to experience the charm of Limerick City and County – culture and heritage sites, outdoor adventures and taste experiences, with the convenience and great value of the Discover Limerick Pass. 

A new autumn family bundle has been introduced where 2 adults and 2 children can get a 1-day Discover Limerick Pass for a special promotional rate of 99 euros – with children aged five and below going free. New rates will also be offered to adults for 1, 2 and 3-day passes as well as individual child passes for children aged six to 16 years.  

The Discover Limerick Pass offers access to the top attractions in Limerick for a total price lower than paying for each attraction individually. It’s convenient and easy to use and available in an instant mobile download to a smartphone. All the visitor has to do is purchase a 1, 2 or 3 day pass on, download to their phones and start exploring.  

The ready-made itinerary covers 14 key attractions. Some of the fantastic upcoming events and new developments at key attractions on the Discover Limerick Pass include: 

  • The stunning exhibition at King John’s Castle brings to life over 800 years of dramatic local history. 21st century touch-screen technology, 3D models and discovery drawers are among the exciting techniques that will connect visitors to tales of siege and warfare. The Activity Room presents a dazzling display of CGI animations and ghostly projections. 
  • Lunchtime concerts at St. Mary’s Cathedral will take place on November 14th at 1.15pm featuring Lorraine Galvin (soprano) and Irina Dernova (piano); and November 21st at 1:15pm featuring Eve Stafford (soprano) and Irina Dernova (piano). 
  • At The Hunt Museum, an interactive experiential exhibition – Night’s Candles are Burnt Out, will open on 21st September with the purpose of encouraging communities to look at how we can address the Climate Challenge. Designed to provoke conversations and action about Climate Change, the premise for the exhibition is based on Ireland’s history of effecting change for the better – namely, the development of the Hydroelectric Scheme in Ardnacrusha in 1929 just 5 years after it was proposed and the Sean Keating painting (currently on loan to the Hunt Museum) which documents the transformation of Ireland to a modern economy. 
  • The world’s largest flying boat museum and the home of Irish coffee in Foynes, County Limerick, Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum, has re-opened to visitors after a €5 million redevelopment and expansion 

​Commenting on the announcement, Mr. Gordon Daly, Director of Service, Economic Development, Enterprise and Tourism, Limerick City & County Council said: “The Discover Limerick Pass is an excellent new tourism product for Limerick City and County. According to studies, visitors say that sightseeing passes are a very convenient way of exploring an area, and this enhanced offering for Limerick’s official sightseeing pass, will increase value to the visitor.” 

Head of Wild Atlantic Way at Fáilte Ireland Miriam Kennedy said; “The new Discover Limerick Pass enhances Limerick’s tourism offering and will help visitors easily discover some of the unique attractions and hidden visitor experiences across the city and county, while also showcasing the strength of Limerick as a tourism destination as a whole.“ 

The Discover Limerick Pass is the first destination sightseeing pass of its kind on the Wild Atlantic Way.   

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