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The Yeats Society operates at the Yeats Memorial Building in Sligo Town. It includes the Yeats Photographic Exhibition, the Yeats Art Gallery and a café. The building also serves as the administrative centre of the society.
Open all year. Wheelchair access. Provides a first class information service for visitors to ...
Residential drama activity holiday for young people aged 8-18, in spectacular setting.
For young people to combine their chosen sport of golf with educational excellence.
Set in Dublin's Temple Bar, the Contemporary Music Centre is Ireland's national archive and resource centre for new music. It includes a library and sound archive, as well as online reference services.
The James Joyce Centre is housed in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse in Dublin City. It aims to foster an appreciation of Joyce through exhibitions, education, outreach and activities.
Established in 1707 Marsh's Library is the oldest public library in Ireland Located in Dublin City, the library was built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh and contains 25,000 books as well as 300 manuscripts.
Dating back to 1592, Trinity College Library is not only historic but is also the largest library in Ireland. Set on the college campus in Dublin city centre, the library is home to 5 million printed volumes as well as the Book of Kells.
The National Library of Ireland situated in Dublin City is home to more than 8 million items. It hosts an award-winning exhibition about W.B. Yeats as well as children’s exhibitions. Free guided tours are offered.
Located in Inniskeen, County Monaghan, The Patrick Kavanagh Rural And Literary Resource Centre is home to a permanent exhibition dedicated to the life and work of poet Patrick Kavanagh.
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