We are delighted to reopen our Libraries to the public from Monday 10 May. Please see our Library News, social media pages, or contact your local branch for more information on services available as we work to reopen safely.
Open Friday or Saturday alternately.
8, 22, 29
Shankill Library was built in 1912 as a Carnegie Library and is characteristic of the Arts and Crafts Movement in its design. Since it was opened the building has been used for several community purposes, including a court house, technical school and dance hall.
A visual guide/social story for Shankill Library is available HERE.
How to get to Shankill Library
Eolas an bhealaigh chuig an leabharlann
DART (Railway): 15 minutes walk from Shankill Station
Bus : 84A from Blackrock; 45A from Dún Laoghaire; 45A, 84A from Bray; 145 from Heuston Station ; 145 from Kilmacanogue; 84 from Blackrock; 84 from Newcastle