Egg-citing Easter fun on the Limerick Greenway

Looking forward to the summer season on Limerick Greenway are the O’Donoghue family from Co. Limerick. Photo: Alison Miles /OSM PHOTO.

LIMERICK families are being encouraged to hop on down to the Limerick Greenway over the Easter holidays to explore to 40km scenic route through county Limerick.

There will also be some Easter-themed fun at the Barnagh greenway hub, with egg-cup pottery workshops, bunnies and braids where adults and children alike can learn to weave their own Easter basket on March 28, or the hoppin’ hunt and bingo bash on March 30.

The Limerick Greenway is gearing up for another year of strong visitor numbers, recording more than 1.5million visitors since its opening in 2021, with Limerick City and County Council working to increase this figure.

Facilities on the Limerick Greenway will be enhanced throughout 2024, maintaining its current offering but aiming to create a different kind of energy.

Designed with mobility in mind, the Greenway has pathways that are suitable for all ages and abilities, ensuring that everybody can enjoy a walk, run or cycle in nature.

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There are five hubs along the Limerick Greenway, starting in Rathkeale, with Ardagh, Newcastle West, Barnagh and Abbeyfeale all connected too.