I stopped by Marsh's Library on my way toward St. Patrick's Cathedral, which is probably what most of their visitors do. The man at the door may have been the nicest person I've ever met in my life. He gave a little explanation of the library and I walked around for about 5 minutes. It's an L-shaped space and if you didn't read any of the featured exhibits in detail you really could be in and out of there in 2 minutes. At the time I visited they were featuring ancient books on science. I thought it was cool to see a dozen or so of these age-old books with a unifying theme; I appreciated the way they curate the material. No photos allowed, which is a shame because the book stacks look really cool. The man who welcomed me was so lovely and nice that I would have paid double the entry fee (a mere 2.5 Euros) to support the library.
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