St Munchin’s Church is a Limerick parish, located more precisely on King’s Island. Built in 1825, it is named after St Munchin, the first known bishop of Limerick. Rather beautiful, it has a certain cachet, with its bell tower and its small historic cemetery…
St Munchin’s church is located in the heart of old Limerick on King’s Island. Still in operation, this parish has a main tower topped by 4 pinnacles.
You will have the opportunity to visit it, under cover of discretion: the church is often attended during religious ceremonies.
Moreover, you may be able to take some pictures, provided you ask for permission on the spot (no flash however).