For lovers of Irish literature, the Frank McCourt Museum is one of the must-see museums! Based in Limerick in the city centre, this museum is entirely dedicated to the writer Frank McCourt, who lived in Limerick during his childhood… An ideal place to better understand the author’s difficult life!
Author of “Angela’s Ashes”, which recounts his miserable childhood on the streets of Limerick, Frank McCourt was a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer…
This museum, installed in a former school, offers you to discover the life of this famous Irish man, through a complete exhibition… On the program, everyday objects that belonged to him, testimonies, photos and excerpts from his best works… You will even be able to discover his old bed where he slept with his brothers and sisters during his years of poverty.
The museum is great, and is mainly aimed at lovers of good literature. See if the English language doesn’t put you off.
4€ per adult – 2€ per childOpening hours:
Monday to Friday from 11:00 am to 4:30 pm