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Frank McCourt Museum

Hartstonge Street | Leamy House, Limerick, Ireland
+353 61 319 710
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A must visit such knowledgeable staff

I arrived 4.15 but they took me around and explained the exhibits and knew so much about Frank... read more

Reviewed yesterday
leahy1957
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essex
An interesting tribute

We were lucky to be shown through the museum by Una who has established the museum in Frank... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Lyndel A
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  • Excellent69%
  • Very good25%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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“school room” (11 reviews)
“his life” (7 reviews)
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Hours Today: 14:00 - 16:00
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Hartstonge Street | Leamy House, Limerick, Ireland
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+353 61 319 710

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Reviewed yesterday

I arrived 4.15 but they took me around and explained the exhibits and knew so much about Frank McCourt and the area. They closed up late to let me see the film. A must see.

Thank leahy1957
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We were lucky to be shown through the museum by Una who has established the museum in Frank McCourts old school that he describes in Angela's Ashes. This is a private museum with no support from the government so at €4pp entry, it was a...More

Thank Lyndel A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum was built in the old schoolhouse where Frank McCourt studied as a child. Una, the owner, gives an amazing tour filled with stories of Frank and his life. The art and style of the museum is just unbelievable and all created by Una...More

Thank Scott C
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I dragged my partner to this museum whilst in Limerick. It's a lovely, quirky little place and gives a lot of food for thought re Frank McCourt. Even my partner found it interesting!

Thank Kathleen R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Frank McCourt Museum is a quirky small museum hidden down one of the side streets in limerick city centre. The building itself is shared by residences but the entire second floor of the building is dedicated to the writer Frank McCourt; the writer of Angela's...More

Thank danny2013do
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We were able to visit this museum when the docent who knew Frank McCourt was there. He grew up in Limerick with the McCourt family and painted an accurate portrayal of the life and times of so many Irish families. It was a wonderful experience....More

Thank D5h2o
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What a special experience! Listening to the stories of Frank McCourt's life and the impact of his writing on the country of his birth - as told by his childhood friend - was the rarest of visits. We enjoyed our visit to this privately funded...More

Thank Christine R
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Frank McCourt truly lives on in this very personal museum with much of his memorabilia and re-creations of his classroom and his apartments of his childhood. This is very small and can be fully seen within an hour. If you enjoyed the book and his...More

Thank Doctorj53
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

Most people have either read of viewed the film Angela's Ashes. The museum look back into Franks childhood and life from where he took his inspiration for his book. How the family lived, what happened to then, Franks life. Lots of facts and articles of...More

Thank Mark C
Reviewed 9 July 2017

If you have read "Angela's Ashes" by McCourt it seemed that the museum was much more meaningful. My Wife had read the book, & my only experience with Frank McCourt was on a video tour of the "Best Pubs in Dublin" for which he had...More

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