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    Johnny Brennans Rugby Museum

    Does anybody have any info on this museum as in where is it ? Is it still operating, what are its opening hours ?
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    afaik it's closed and every thing is in storage. There is a possibility that room may be made for it in the re developed Thomond park.
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      #3
      Originally posted by McCloud


      afaik it's closed and every thing is in storage. There is a possibility that room may be made for it in the re developed Thomond park.


      Its in the plans alright,AFAIK
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        #4
        is this the place near the train station?

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          #5
          It was daithi

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            #6
            Yep, turn left out the station, go straight through at traffic signals up the hill (Hyde Road), it'san end of terrace house, think the third block on the left. Ask anyone for Johnny Brennans. He'll give you info. Pretty sure the comments about the museum being incorporated into the new Thomond Park are correct. Hope so, it's a fantastic collection.

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              #7
              I saw an article in one of the local papers a few years back about his collection. It included a picture and it was awesome. Fair deuce to the man !
              "Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too ?" - Douglas Adams

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                #8
                wasn't it purchased by Charlie St. Georges a few years ago?? Haven't heard that it will be incorporated into the new stadium. There will be a museum there, of sorts, but I've heard no mention that Johnny Brennans famous collection of memorabilia will be housed there.

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                  #9
                  i was in there a couple of years ago. after the loins tour in 2001. some collection. great the way he kept building on extensions as the collection got bigger. expensive for him tho!

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                    #10
                    Read an article in one of the programs a good few years back. The photos he had of some famous players visiting his store, and some of his collections. Really really hope the Branch see thepotential of including his collection in the New Thomond.

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                      #11
                      Part of his collection is going on Display next week

                      https://www.limerick.ie/living/whats...ick-exhibition

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