National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland in Dublin is home to archived materials including books, microfilms and – in the National Photographic Archive – pictures. Visitors to Dublin for genealogical purposes will be pleased to discover the range of family records kept, while those interested in learning more about Ireland’s past will enjoy the exhibitions hosted discussing elements of the country’s history. Literature buffs too will be impressed by the examples of original first editions of esoteric and popular works, some of which the library displays prominently for visitors to examine.

The National Library’s many tomes and materials are kept within the magnificent façades of the exterior, which appropriately reflects the heights of culture and architecture to which Ireland has ascended. Anyone wishing to discover more about Dublin’s history will be pleased to find the pictures, drawings, prints and written records available enlighten so thoroughly enough to occupy at length their scholarly interests.

National Library of Ireland's reading room

Address: National Library Of Ireland, 7/8 Kildare Street, Dublin 2, D02 P638, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 603 0213
Email: info@nli.ie
Website: http://www.nli.ie/