South Dublin Libraries are community spaces where people come to read, relax, learn and search the broad range of human knowledge stored in books and in online resources.
Our libraries are vibrant cultural apace where reading and the book are honoured and placed at the heart of all activities. Children are the readers of tomorrow and collections and activities to help them engage in learning and creativity are place at the centre of our services.
Ongoing education in literature, languages, music and the sciences in all our branch libraries further enhance the learning network of the County. The memory of South Dublin is available in our Local Studies collection and through SOURCE our online digital heritage service.
South Dublin Libraries have branches in Ballyroan; Castletymon; Clondalkin; Tallaght; Lucan; Stewarts Hospital, Palmerston and Whitechurch. Mobile libraries cross the County daily to remote urban and rural places bringing new worlds to discover and explore.
SOURCE our Digital Archive
Historical Mapping Website - maps from 1760 to date