The Hunt Museum is well worth a visit if you are in the Limerick area. The collection is eclectic and was assembled privately by the Hunt family. It consists of archaeological items from Ireland and beyond, ceramics, art works etc. The guides are all volunteers and are well informed about the collection. There is a cafe/restaurant area (that I didn't avail of) and an excellent shop that you encounter at the entrance/exit. The admission fee is not excessive. Parking is at a nearby high-rise car park - at least that's where I parked, there doesn't seem to be any parking at the museum. In a region with some fine museums, this is the jewel in the crown.
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