Dublin - Dublin City / South Georgian Quarter

Central Catholic Library

The Central Catholic Library was founded as a subscription library by Irish Jesuit Fr. Stephen Brown in 1922. The Georgian house now holds a collection of over 60,000 books, covering the Catholic tradition in literature, philosophy, theology, history, science, the visual arts and music. See material from their archives on the founding of the library, and an exhibition of art books which illustrates the culture of books and reading.

Time: 4pm - 9pm

Genres: Heritage / Literature

Features: Family friendly

Address: 74 Merrion Square, D2, D02 HH99

Website: http://www.catholiclibrary.ie

Phone: 01 676 1264

No Booking Required