National Library of Ireland
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Kildare Street, Dublin 2
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The National Library of Ireland’s main building is located in Kildare street, in the city centre. In this building you can find the Main Reading Room, the Microfilm Reading Room facilities, the Library's Genealogy Service, a seminar room, a cafe and a big exhibition area, where the current exhibition is about W. B. Yeats's work and life. Although toddlers and younger kids might not enjoy this exhibition very much, as it is quite interactive and lively, children over 6-7 might be mature enough to find it interesting. The Library is wheelchair and buggy accessible, so if your baby is a good sleeper and you are interested in literature, this exhibition is a must see during his / her nap time, as it is very informative and exciting.
How to get there: DART: Pearse street, Tara street Bus: All city centre routes
Entry is free
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