Wild Atlantic Way
»This year, journey through the Wild Atlantic Way to immerse yourself in the stunning landscape of Ireland.
Great holiday ideas
»Discover a wealth of amazing holiday ideas and activites with our list of things to do. Take your family, friends or someone you love on some great adventures.
»Stay in a cosy Irish home away from home and venture out to explore our beautiful scenery.
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»Experience a host of festivals and events taking place around the country this year.
»Start your search for the perfect Irish break now. What's stopping you?
Trinity College DublinCollege StreetDublin City CentreDublinPO Code: Dublin 2Republic of Ireland
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Dublin’s Trinity College Library has 5 million printed volumes with extensive collections of journals, manuscripts, maps and music reflecting more than 400 years of academic development. The most famous of its manuscripts, the Book of Kells and the Book of Durrow, were presented by Henry Jones, Bishop of Meath and former vice-chancellor of the university, in the 1660s. Other special collections include the Ussher Collection acquired in 1661 and the Fagel Colection of 1802.The library was endowed with legal deposit privilege in 1801 and continues to receive copies of material published in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The library supports the learning and research needs across all disciplines of Trinity College. It is a major research library, providing services to a wide range of external users and institutions. It contributes to the development of creative initiatives in information provision and its exhibitions of manuscripts and other treasures attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Old Library each year.
Adults €10.00 | Students/Senior Citizens €9.00 | Family Ticket €20.00 (2 adults and 4 children) | Group rate €7.00 per person (groups of 10 or more) | Children Free (under 12)