Radiotherapy is an important treatment modality for intracranial malignancies. Improved survival rates were achieved via a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. On the other hand, improved survival rates made long-term complications of radiotherapy more apparent. Secondary neoplasms due to cranial irradiation are encountered more commonly in neurosurgical practice. Radiation-induced meningiomas are recognized as a common late complication of radiotherapy. However, radiation-induced meningiomas after radiotherapy for retinoblastoma have been reported rarely. Herein we report a patient who harboured multiple meningiomas 13 years after radiotherapy for unilateral retinoblastoma, which were recurrent despite surgical removal and chemotherapy.