King John's Castle, Limerick
Here's the main entrance of King John's Castle.
Fondest memory: Opening Times - Open Year Round.
April - October 9.30pm - 5.30pm (Last admission 4.30pm).
July & August remains open until 6.00pm (Last admission 500pm).
November - March - 10.30am - 4.30pm (Last admission 3.30pm)
There is so many leyers in this city.
Fondest memory: Oldest part of the Limerick is around King John's Castle. I have'nt discovered everything yet. But this castle sure dominates the view of the city.
Thomond Bridge is the earliest bridge in river Shannon. The current bridge was built in 1836, replacing the earlier bridge which was also alongside King John's Castle. The bridge now forms part of the R445 (formerly N7), carrying traffic on the Northern Relief Road.
On the banks of the Shannon River you can find King John's Castle.
Fondest memory: This castle is an imposing site with its five drum towers and tall curtain walls.
Have a visit to King John's Castle.
Fondest memory: The castle was founded by King John in 1200 AD not long after the Norman invasion (1171 AD).