Limerick Civic Trust is a self-funding Conservation Society, which initiates and undertakes a programme of projects for the general improvements of Limerick's environment in conjunction with local authorities, state agencies and other interested parties. It is an independent non profit making voluntary society and is registered as a charity.
Limerick Civic Trust was formally inaugurated at a public meeting on 17 February 1983. It was Ireland's first Civic Trust. For more information please visit their website or call : +353 (0)61 313 399 Fax: +353 (0)61 315 513
Meeting Point: Bishop's Palace on Church Street (old building across the road from King John's Castle)
The oldest parts of Limerick City are explored from Viking times to our present day. Stories from our past are revisited on foot including The Bard of Thomond, St Munchin and the Story of the Bishops' Lady. The tour starts at the Bishop's Palace and includes Thomond Bridge, The Treaty Stone, The Toll House, Villiars Alms House, St Munchin's Church and Graveyard, to end up in front of the Bishop's Palace again. The historical interior of the Bishops' Palace and curio wall are also included on this tour. 2012 Limerick Civic Trust Walking Tours - Walking tours of Medieval Englishtown Limerick
Walking Tours are provided by Limerick Civic Trust completely seperate to Shannon Heritage who is not responsible for walking tours.