What has a 500-year-old squashed spider got in common with the ghost of a long dead Archbishop?
The answer? They each feature on the children’s trail through Marsh’s Library.
Our trail has been a big hit with children (and quite a few grown-ups, too!) and they can now view the comic online here before or after their visit.
You can buy a copy of the ‘Scary (and Hairy!) Tales from Marsh’s Library’ comic at the door for €3, and larger images are on display in the library so the children can read along and discover the secrets of Ireland’s oldest Library, as the adults can peruse the main exhibition.
Entrance to the library is as always free for children. Adults are €2/€3.
Why is there a skull named Stella in the cages?
Who is this man and what book did he write?