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The Library is open to visitors: see further information here.
Come to see our new exhibition, and experience our unchanged eighteenth-century building with its hidden garden. We look forward to welcoming you to the Library!

Covid safety in Dublin

OPEN TO VISITORS

We are happy to welcome visitors back to the Library.

On Tuesdays to Fridays until further notice, we will open from 11am to 5pm, and on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. Visitors are asked to wear a face covering, and to sanitise their hands on entry.

The Library holds the Fáilte Ireland Covid Safety Charter.

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    Any schools or children local to the library and the Dublin 8 Liberties area are needed!  The Dublin Fringe Festival is to take place in September and the graffiti artist Emma Blake is being commissioned to paint a mural celebrating the Liberties.  The wall itself can be found on Swift’s Alley linking Meath Street and […]

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