If you appreciate books and want to see a book that is a true work of art, then you should go and see the Book of Kells. I had been looking forward to seeing the book, and I was a little disappointed in the set up of the first informational room. There were many screens to stop and read however, I could not determine if there was an "order" to the process. My husband and I, unfortunately, followed a large group on a tour into the display room and they sort of took over the room. Our plan for touring those introductory screens became "go wherever the tour group isn't", so I feel sure we missed things. However, the Book itself was not disappointing. It was gorgeous. I was very impressed with the Long Room and the Brian Boru exhibition, as well. Overall, a very nice exhibit.
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