Our new exhibition showcases the many elephants found in our books.
We are happy to welcome visitors back to the Library
We’re happy to announce that we have gained the Fáilte Ireland Safety Charter
Marsh’s Library was caught up in the momentous events of the Irish revolution.
Why not make a miniature book?
Dr Nora Moroney tells us of some exciting finds in our library at Farmleigh House.
In a spirit of optimism for the future, we have awarded 9 Maddock Research Fellowships.
Joel W. Herman has been awarded the A. C. Elias, Jr., Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship for 2021
Explore this gorgeous exhibition of rare maps
Our intern Sarah Lengers describes what she discovered about women visitors to Marsh’s
Dr Nora Moroney’s work on our Benjamin Iveagh collection was highlighted
Take our personality quiz and find out which character you are from the library’s history!
As the new Assistant Librarian at Marsh’s I will be working on the records for the Stillingfleet Collection
Congratulations to Dr. Nora Moroney who has been awarded a two-year post-doctoral fellowship to study our Benjamin Iveagh Library at Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park.
Congratulations to Dr Tina Morin of the University of Limerick on her recently-announced Irish Research Council award.
Another puzzle for you to do! Try our Imperial Map of China!
a new digital version of our very popular doodles exhibition
Explore Joyce’s reading in Marsh’s Library, which he visited in 1902.
A peaceful puzzle to do at home!
A selection of books on China
Explore Bram Stoker’s reading in this digital exhibition.
These books exist in only one copy in the world: ours.
We are very proud of our Hebrew and Yiddish books…
1,185 books. That is how many items went missing from Marsh’s Library
These beautiful bookbindings are a testament to one man’s labour of love
Around 1743, the library paid £20 for this dictionary which links Latin, English, and Irish (Gaelic).
Z3.5.21 is a 16th-century commonplace book.
Thanks to our good friend Matt Cashore at the University of Notre Dame for these photos.
The Library will re-open to visitors on 11 May 2021: see further information here.A new exhibition will be on display. We look forward to welcoming you to the Library!
We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Library from 11am on 11 May 2021, as restrictions are eased.
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
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In celebration of St. Patrick’s day
Take the 10 engineering station quiz!
Engineers Week is always one of our favourite times of the year