Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick
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  • I'm ashamed to say that even though I live in Limerick City that I had never visited here until Culture Night 2016. I was left feeling disappointed by the exhibition....there was no information explai...  more »
  • Free gallery close to the bus station/train station. Mostly contemporary art. Entrance is free of charge.
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  • Free access. Small museum without masterpieces, but with smaller temporary exhibitions that for variety and dynamics.
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  • Great place for visit and good coffee
  • Amazing work with new shows & permanent collection, decent opening hours and free entry.
  • Beautiful free gallery always worth checking if you're in Limerick. Restaurant is very popular. Large collection and very interesting exhibitions. Usually a venue for EVA as well.
  • Great gallery situated beside the beautiful people's park
  • The building was originally a Carnegie library (he built several in Ireland). It has been upgraded over the years with lovely light-filled galleries and a café that actually makes good coffee. The mandate is for shows by contemporary artists, in conjunction with in-house or visiting curators. It also maintains a collection of Irish art of historical importance, but unfortunately only a small selection of this is on show at any one time. Do not visit looking for oil paintings from the nineteenth century. But do visit if you wish to be surprised by how cutting edge Limerick is on the arts scene. There is no shop, but catalogues are available for purchase if you ask at the front desk.