Following the announcement by the Government that all counties will move to Level 5 of the Plan for Living with Covid-19, from midnight on Wednesday 21 October all dlr Library spaces will remain closed to the public. Click HERE for more information.
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.
Open Fridays or Saturdays as follows:
July 25, 31
August 7, 15, 21, 29
September 4, 12, 18, 26
How to get to Shankill Library
Conas a fháil chun leabharlainne Shankill
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
Guidelines for the use of study places in dlr Libraries Revised 2016.pdf