Libraries and bookshops are my absolute joys so it's no surprise that I rate it highly.
During the Open House Dublin, this was the place I set my eyes on visiting and I was very happy with our experience
We arrived at 4pm and was told the guided tour was full but we could visit anyway We loved our leisurely pace in seeing thousands of books from 16th-18th century in original bookshelves and seating including the wire alcoves ,there was also a short video on bookbinding , as We were leaving I did mention to the wonderful staff if there's another tour and he said we could join the next one as there are only few people there. We were so delighted to be accommodated and have someone guide us through the library and the garden which was a plus, It was mentioned by the guide that it's a privilege to visit the garden as part of this year's Open House Dublin event.
One minor disappointment photography is not allowed.
I highly recommend a visit.
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