Dublin - Dublin City / Liberties and Historic Quarter

Marsh's Library

Visit to Marsh’s Library

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You are warmly invited to Marsh’s Library, one of Dublin’s hidden gems. Entry will take place every thirty minutes throughout the evening on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of iconic Irish writers such as Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, and Bram Stoker.  Since its opening to the public in 1707, the Library has been largely unchanged and impressively preserves a long-ago era.

This historic building is one of the few Georgian structures in Dublin which is still used for its original purpose. As you stroll through the library the staff and volunteers will point out the bullet books, the famous reading cages and the oak bookshelves housing over 25,000 books.  You will finish your self guide in Marsh’s hidden garden, an area which is normally closed to the public.

Time: 5pm - 5.30pm

Time: 5.30pm - 6pm

Time: 6pm - 6.30pm

Time: 6.30pm - 7pm

Time: 7pm - 7.30pm

Time: 7.30pm - 8pm

Time: 8pm - 8.30pm

Time: 8.30pm - 9pm

Genres: Heritage / Literature / Tour

Features: Family friendly

Address: St Patrick's Close, Dublin, Dublin 8 D08 FK79, Ireland

Website: http://www.marshlibrary.ie/

Phone: 01 454 3511

No Booking Required