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Experience our unchanged eighteenth-century building with its hidden garden, and see our exhibition. We look forward to welcoming you!

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OPEN TO VISITORS

The Library is open to visitors and children are especially welcome! Book your visit in advance or pay on the day (admission €5/€3, under 18s free).

Open Tuesdays to Fridays 9.30am to 5pm; Saturdays 10am to 5pm.

Для громадян України вхід безкоштовний. Бесплатный вход для граждан Украины.

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Marsh's Library, St Patrick's Close, Dublin D08FK79

Our visitors say:
"A hidden gem in Dublin"
"MAIS QUELLE BIBLIOTHEQUE!!!!!"
"Una visita emozionante"

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    Maddock Research Fellowships, 2022-23

    Marsh’s Library, founded in 1707, is located in the heart of Dublin beside St Patrick’s Cathedral. It houses a significant collection of 20,000 early modern Irish, British and continental European books and pamphlets, as well as a range of manuscripts.

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    Melmoth the Wanderer: see our exhibition

    Explore the texts behind Dubliner Charles Robert Maturin’s great Gothic novel!

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    A Heart Marks the Page

                  We found a heart shaped bookmark

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    A Visit from the Dublin Sketchers

    We are always delighted when we have artists pay us a visit

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    A 17th Century Academic Bun Fight

    Professor Crawford Gribben tells us about his recent research…

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    ‘Changed Utterly?’: An Online Exhibition

    Marsh’s Library was caught up in the momentous events of the Irish revolution.

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