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Welcome to the Hunt Museum: a cabinet for the curious

Changing Lives with Culture, Creativity and Learning

Opening Times

Tuesday to Saturday

Sunday

Closed Mondays

10am – 5pm

11am – 5pm

General Admission 

Adult

Senior

Student (16+)

Child (under 16)

Adult Group (5+ adults)

€7.50

€5.50

€5.50

Free

€5.50

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General Admission

Adult: €7.50

Senior: €5.50

Student (16+): €5.50

Child (under 16): Free

Adult Group: €5.50

 

Curriculum-Linked Resources

Museum From Home

Kids Gallery

The Hunt Collection

Collection Trails

Sybils 100th Centenary

Museum Projects

Fund a cobble – take 2

3D Library

Irish Contemporary Ceramic Collection

 Volunteers

Hunt Museum Podcast

Annual & Financial Reports

Kids Gallery

Museum From Home

Educational Resources

Museum Projects

TREE SCULPTURE COMPETITION

Fund a cobble – take 2

3D Library

Irish Contemporary Ceramic Collection

The Hunt Collection

Volunteers

Tree Public Consultation

Hunt Museum Podcast

Annual & Financial Reports

Press Releases

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Collection Highlights

 
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Reviews

”Enjoyable day. Some very interesting pieces! Great for someone who loves art or history.”

Aug 12, 2021

LaurenF

”The first visit here, many years ago, was somewhat rushed. Fortunately, not this time. Also had the benefit of two terrific tour guides.”

Jun 7, 2021

Declanpo

”A great collection of varied treasures laid out well. Size of museum perfect – big enough without being overwhelming. An excellent curator on hand to impart nuggets of information and to answer questions. The building itself is lovely too and of historical interest.”

Jul 4, 2021

fionadwye

”One visit was to The Hunt Museum, Limerick. Excellent. We have seen a lot of museums and this one is a gem. ”

Visited December 2019

RJClancy from Tubac, Arizona

”Great collection of art and artifacts. Worth every penny. The staff was great and very kind. Make sure you all find where the Renoir is, it is easy to miss.”

Visited February 2020

Dashing_pilot from Seattle, Washington

“Can’t remember how many times I have been here – but always, when in Limerick, I like to visit. Even if you have seen everything before, I find new things to look at.
There is usually a picture exhibition downstairs, this was new since my last visit and interesting.
You can easily do a day trip on the train from Dublin and visit the museum which is walking distance from the station.

I will be back!”

Visited January 2020

Margo37 from Dublin, Ireland

“What an unexpected treat!! Beautiful surroundings and the collection blew my mind! A bit of everything spanning many thousands of years. You will not be disappointed spending a few hours here.”

Visited February 2020

Emfltzy from Cork, Ireland

“This is a must-see in Limerick. Quite a fantastic museum of artefacts and paintings collected by the Hunts, with a very nice shop. Just amazing”

Visited February 2020

Ann L from Dublin, Ireland

“What an interesting place to visit. We spent about an hour and a half, and took in the costume
exhibition that was on too. The volunteer docents were very knowledgeable and happy to chat and answer questions. Worth going.”

Visited March 2020

 

Gillian B from Gargunnock, United Kingdom

“Very impressed with this gem of a museum. Amazing collection of a very eclectic number of pieces. So many different objects and some beautiful and priceless ones at that. Very well laid out in a non fussy way with wonderful drawers that you open which hold some lovely surprises. The building itself is pretty impressive and as for the staff (many of whom are volunteers) their passion for the collection is impressive.”

Visited July 2020

Gerry D from Arklow