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MIC, Conference Centre Limerick

South Circular Road, Limerick, Co Limerick, Ireland.   
+353 (0)26 20557

Special Offer:

One free meeting/breakout room rental on the basis of four or more meeting rooms booked.  Click the green "contact venue" button to qualify for the best offers through this website.

Things to do

 
  • King John’s Castle and its exciting visitor experience is a must-see. It brings together over 800 years of local history with plenty of interaction. It is a great option for an off-site event. The city’s Medieval and Georgian Quarters have a wealth of attractions, from cathedrals to museums to galleries.
  • Another exciting city venue is Thomond Park, home of Munster Rugby. With an interactive museum and private boxes to enjoy the game or as a banquet venue, it’s a great partner for MIC events.
  • The Limerick area is full of options for active groups including the Ballyhoura Mountain Bike Trail, fishing, golf & water sports. Just ask us for details.
  • Explore the hidden histories of Neolithic Lough Gur just a 25 minute drive away. Your group will be captivated by the beauty, charm and tranquillity of this ancient place. The visitor centre tells the story of pre-Celtic Ireland, dating back to 3,000 BC. Equally interesting is Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum in the county, where local aviation and maritime heritage is explored and exhibits include a life size replica of a B314 plane.
  • The famous Limerick Milk Market is a special experience that comes to life on a Saturday morning. It’s the place to find the best of fresh, natural produce, artisan creations and yummy food to enjoy while soaking up the lively atmosphere.
  • The city has a diverse artistic scene (it was Ireland's City of Culture in 2014) with entertainment venues galore, even MIC’s own Lime Tree Theatre, which has a packed programme of music, theatre, comedy and other cultural events. 
  • Limerick is within close proximity some of Ireland's most spectacular scenery such as the Galtee Mountains, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren as well as other interesting sights like Bunratty Castle & Folk Park. Its central location and vast range of amenities and accommodation options makes Limerick an ideal base for groups seeking conference or meeting venues. 
  • County Limerick features on the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2.500 km driving route that runs along the west coast. There is a whole coastline to explore within an hour’s drive of this conference venue. Ask us for suggestions of suitable group activities and places to visit.
  • For more things to see and do in Limerick City and County go to: www.limerick.ie
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