Limerick, Ireland

Bruff Heritage Trail

Bruff Heritage Trail

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14 tour stops



Welcome to the Abarta Audioguide to the Bruff Heritage Trail

2 min

Thomas Fitzgerald

Bruff is the ancestral home of one of America's most powerful political dynasties

5 min

Bruff Courthouse

The story of Bruff Courthouse

5 min

The Church of Saints Peter and Paul

The Catholic Church of Saints Peter and Paul has been a place of worship since 1829

2 min

The Sean Wall Monument

The story of Sean Wall and the struggle for Irish independence

4 min

Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks

The Royal Irish Constabulary Barracks, built in 1876

2 min

Clancy's Bar and O'Donovan's Hall

Clancy's Bar and O'Donovan's Hall

3 min

The former Church of Ireland

The story of the historic former Church of Ireland

2 min

The De Lacy's of Bruff

The story of Bruff's medieval origins and the de Lacy family

2 min

The Grove

The story of the ancient ringfort An Binnlisin set within the lovely Grove

2 min

Education in Bruff

The story of education in Bruff

2 min

Carbery Arms, Adelaide House and The Park

The story of the Carbery Arms Hotel

3 min

Collins Well and Crawford Lane

The story of Collins Well

2 min


Thank you for downloading the Abarta Audioguide to the Bruff Heritage Trail

1 min


The peaceful rural town of Bruff is located in the heart of the Golden Vale of Munster in County Limerick. The town is full of fascinating historical buildings and features, and it is rich in local heritage and culture, contributing significantly to the story of Ireland.

Bruff is also famed for its contribution to the history of the United States of America, as Bruff is the ancestral home of one of America's most famous dynasties - the Fitzgerald Kennedys. Download our free audioguide to Bruff as it leads you around this lovely town, immersing you in the history of the town and its surroundings; and hear the story of Thomas 'Honey Fitz' Fitzgerald, to discover how this Irish rural retreat changed the face of American politics forever.

This guide has been produced in conjunction with Bruff Heritage Group and with the support of Ballyhoura Development Limited as part of the Rural Development Programme.

Itinerary 1.6 km / 38 min

Offline map included

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