Autumn Events at the National Library of Ireland
Guided Tour of the Yeats Exhibition
Every Wednesday at 1:00pm, and Every Saturday at 3:00pm.
Learn more about one of the greatest poets of the 20th century on this guided tour. All welcome. Booking not required.
NLI Guided Tour FREE
Every Saturday 2:30pm
Learn about the NLI's history and architecture. All welcome. Booking not required.
‘Particles of the Past’
Discover your National Library: Phase Four FREE
Our multimedia exhibition Discover your National Library invites you behind the scenes to view amazing never-before-seen treasures from our collections, and hear from the staff that look after them. By using our innovative 'Discovery' touch screen tables, you can zoom in on the detail of thousands of rare and beautiful items.
This July, to celebrate Dublin City of Science 2012, Phase Four of the exhibition Particles of the Past will showcase a fascinating selection of science-related gems. From 17th century home remedies to early archaeological drawings to Captain Cook’s journal, this exhibition is sure to awaken your inner Einstein.
‘Migrations: Diaspora and Cultural Identity’
Thursday, 5 July to Sunday, 22 July David Monahan and Maurice Gunning
Thursday, 26 July to Sunday 30 September Séan Hillen
The NPA opens a two part exhibition within this year's PhotoIreland Festival’s theme ‘Migrations: Diaspora and Cultural Identity’. We are proud to present a joint exhibition of David Monahan’s Leaving Dublin and Maurice Gunning’s Argentine Irish Diaspora at the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar. Following on from this we exhibit Seán Hilen’s works on Cultural identity in Northern Ireland in the 1970’s. Free, no booking required. See www.nli.ie for further details and opening times.
‘Yeats: the life and works of William Butler Yeats’ FREE
This award-winning exhibition is a must see for all Yeats fans.
Free guided tour available on Wednesdays at 1:00pm and every Saturday at 3:00pm. National Library of Ireland.