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As we were passing thought we would pop in and have a look. There is a cafe but we had just eaten, so just did a quick look around and saw the beautiful Georgian staircase. Worth popping in if you are interested in old buildings...More
If you were fortunate enough to belong to a family that had one of the many books written about its history, this is a treasure trove. Unfortunately, my ancestors didn't make their way into all the Irish biographies, but I did learn a lot about...More
We went at 10.30am on Friday and had a tour with Gerry! He is an absolute credit to the library! So informative and friendly! The place itself is beautiful and a must visit! Have walked by it many times without even realising what was behind...More
Beautiful building with a nice café (open to non-members) where you you can sit & plan your itinerary for the day. It also has a couple of small free exhibitions that are well worth checking out: when I visited there was one on the linen...More
This is such a gem and hidden place in Belfast.....a very interesting place to visit....lots of history and books that catch the history of Belfast and the line trade....also all the newspapers are here....enjoyed the visit.
We didn't take the tour but found the place fascinating even without it. Absolutely beautiful library, with some interesting displays. Minor criticisms: There was an exhibit on about the history of linen production in the city, but we thought it didn't give enough details; as...More