Dublin D22 XPO3
Tel: +353 1 4593315
Senior Librarian: Emma McDonald
Library Email: email@example.com
In line with guidance, the libraries are closed to the public until further notice.
Monday: 9.45am - 8.00pm
Tuesday: 9.45am - 8.00pm
Wednesday: 9.45am - 8.00pm
Thursday: 9.45am - 8.00pm
Friday: 9.45am - 4.30pm
Saturday: 9.45am - 4.30pm
Closed Saturdays and Mondays of Bank Holiday Weekends.
There is no library specific parking at Clondalkin Library. On-street free and pay parking are available nearby.
How To Get Here
The Red Line LUAS Red Cow stop is approximately a ten minute walk from Clondalkin library. From the LUAS stop walk over the blue bridge and towards the village.
The library can also be reached using the following bus services:
13 From Harristown to Grange Castle (accessible)
68/A From Fleet Street towards Newcastle/Greenogue Business Park (accessible)
69 From Fleet Street towards Rathcoole (accessible)
For details of timetables and fares, see the Dublin Bus website.
Clondalkin Library, open since 1911, is a two-storey Carnegie building in Clondalkin Village. Designed by T. J. Byrne, it is the oldest library in South Dublin County Council’s library network. The building, although refurbished, retains many of its original architectural features.
The adult library is downstairs with the children’s and young adult libraries upstairs.
Downstairs is fully wheelchair accessible with a ramp to the front door. The toilet is also wheelchair accessible. There are two disabled parking spaces opposite the library. There is no lift. Upstairs is accessed by stairs.
Downstairs there is a cosy reading area with armchairs and a power supply. Upstairs there are study tables with a power supply.
The library has 5 adult computers downstairs, 2 of which have a scanner attached. There are 5 children’s computers upstairs. Upstairs there is also a 3D printer, and a HP Sprout (a fun creative PC). Here you will also find an Early Years Tilt and Touch Table.
We provide a monthly Home Delivery Service for people who are unable to visit the library.
The library does not have car parking but on-street paid parking is available nearby.