Fanning´s Castle

1 Mary Street
IE - V94 EH90 Limerick
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Fanning's Castle in Limerick is a historic building that plays an important role in the history of Ireland. It was built in the 16th century and is named after the Fanning family who owned the land on which the castle was built. The castle originally served as a defensive structure and was later converted into a residence. Today, Fanning's Castle is a museum that gives visitors a glimpse into the life and history of Ireland in the 16th century. It houses a variety of exhibits, including furniture, artwork, and artifacts from that time. The museum also offers tours where visitors can learn more about the history of the castle and its significance to the city of Limerick.