Definately well worth the time to visit this church in historical Limerick - excellent views and only short walk from City Centre
Located at the thomond end of Clancy's strand (and not the one pictured, which is the Protestant or C of I church), St Munchins (or Mainchains as it would have been known away back) is a fine church, built in a cross shape, with a main aisle and two side aisles. I was my parish church, and I was married... More
We took a stroll through the grounds of this church. The cemetery on the grounds is a peaceful place for a stroll. The interior of the church was not open. The exterior of this church is beautiful! This is not the same St. Munchin's church that is on Clancy Strand (as noted in the tripadvisor listing). However, it is the... More
if you are visting limerick,this is amust see a stones throw from the treaty stone and a short walk across the bridge to king johns castle this is the place where you will get magnificent photos with the majestic river shannon in the background
This should refer to St Munchins church on church street, beside the castle. You can actually see one church from the doors of the other, about a three minute walk. It was rebuilt in 1827 and has apparently been the location of places of worship as far back as the 5th century. Island theatre company had their h.q there until... More
Contrary to what trip advisor says, this church is open and functioning as a place of worship. Masses are held there regularly.
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