The Book of Kells and The Old Library Exhibition at Trinity College Dublin
The Book of Kells and The Old Library Exhibition at Trinity College Dublin

The Book of Kells and The Old Library Exhibition at Trinity College Dublin

Are you interested in the arts? Or do would you like to learn more about the history of Ireland? If so, look no further than The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition at Trinity College Dublin. The book of Kells is a 9th-century religious manuscript, with a fascinating history. It is renowned worldwide, by Historians, and Artists alike, for its brilliant depictions and stories.

Where can you book to see The Book of Kells?

Tickets can be booked on Trinity College Dublin's Website, with prices starting from €15.

The Book is one of Ireland’s most precious artefacts and remains hugely important in Irish culture today. Along with this, it remains one of the worlds most significant examples of Medieval manuscripts! It also has some relationship to Scottish Culture also, as the book was said to be written on the Island of Iona. Visitors will also get the opportunity to explore the long room, which is one of the most beautiful libraries in the world and houses some of the Universities oldest books. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your day off, and see the magnificent Book of Kells and Trinity College!

  • Gift Shop.
  • Located in the city centre.
  • Cafes.
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