Venue: Marsh’s Library, St Patrick’s Close, Dublin 8
Saturday 29 October from 10am until 5pm.
Tickets: Free, no tickets required. Entry on a first come, first-served basis.
How would you like to sit at a desk the author of Dracula wrote at? Or hear about the discovery of an ancient Egyptian mummy in a Dublin library? You’ll enjoy this and more at Marsh’s Library, where as a teenager, Bram Stoker read and found inspiration for his book Dracula. The library has barely changed since Stoker’s visits. You’re invited to step back in time into a world that disappeared long ago, wander through the library’s galleries where books on witchcraft, heresy and astrology are to be found and hear some of the spooky tales from the library’s fascinating past.
Free on a first-come, first-served basis.
Age Suitability:All ages (Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian)
Accessibility: Information on accessibility at Marsh’s Library can be found here.
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