Marsh’s Library Spooky Family Open Day
Date October 28th - October 28th
Location Marsh's Library, St Patrick's Close, Dublin
Through the winter of 1866 Bram Stoker would sit reading in Marsh’s Library, studying books on religion, witchcraft and travel in Eastern Europe. Stoker became a regular reader in Marsh’s, visiting frequently during his studies at Trinity College.
The Library is a place where it is easy to imagine our world and the supernatural intertwining. As you make your along the strangely cold second gallery it is not hard to believe that the spirit of the founder Archbishop Marsh is watching you from the bays.
Visitors can find out about this and more of the spooky tales from our history but beware strange things lurk among the books.
Admission is free.
Regrettably this venue has no wheelchair access.
Come in fancy dress! Looking for costume ideas? Head to Celebrations Party Shop, 70 Middle Abbey St, Dublin 1. Say ‘Bite Me Dublin‘ at the checkout to get a 10% discount.