Sarsfield Barracks
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Sarsfield Barracks
Sarsfield Barracks
Dún an tSáirséalaigh
Military Barracks, Limerick (5622381053).jpg
Sarsfield Barracks circa 1880
Sarsfield Barracks is located in Ireland
Sarsfield Barracks
Sarsfield Barracks
Location within Ireland
Coordinates52°39?19?N 8°37?55?W / 52.65517°N 8.63183°W / 52.65517; -8.63183Coordinates: 52°39?19?N 8°37?55?W / 52.65517°N 8.63183°W / 52.65517; -8.63183
Site information
OperatorRepublic of Ireland Irish Army
Site history
Built forWar Office
In use1795-Present
Garrison information
Garrison12th Infantry battalion, Irish Army

Sarsfield Barracks (Irish: Dún an tSáirséalaigh) is an Irish Army Barracks in Limerick city. It houses both Permanent and Reserve Defence Forces of the Irish Defence Forces.


The barracks, originally called New Barracks, were built on land leased from a Mr J.T. Monsell and were completed in 1795.[1] The barracks were handed over to the Irish Army following Irish Independence and renamed Sarsfield Barracks after Patrick Sarsfield, a Jacobite, in 1926.[2] The barracks remain in use and are currently the headquarters of 12th Infantry battalion.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "Sarsfield Barracks". Dictionary of Irish Architects. Retrieved 2014.
  2. ^ "Sarsfield Barracks history recorded for posterity". 12 December 2008. Retrieved 2014.
  3. ^ "Contact Us". Irish Defence Forces. Retrieved 2014.

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