Dublin D24 A3EX
Tel: +353 1 462 0073
Senior Executive Librarian: Geraldine O'Meara
Senior Librarians: Breid Ryan/Brian Mulcahy/Emma Perry
Library email: email@example.com
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 on Saturday and Monday of Bank Holiday Weekends.
How to Get Here
The library can be reached by bus or by the LUAS.
The LUAS red line terminus (Direction: Tallaght) is located on Blessington Road between the Square Shopping Centre and the rear of the County Library. For routes, timetables and fares information see www.luas.ie.
Any bus routes that go to Tallaght Hospital or to The Square Shopping Centre serve the library including 27, 49, 54a, 65, 75, 76, 76a and 77a. For details of routes, timetables and fares, see the Dublin Bus website.
County Library Tallaght is a light filled, spacious and customer-orientated building which boasts the following facilities:
Tech Room: with state of the art tech/PCs, music equipment, 3D Printer etc.
Work Matters Area: offering a meeting venue /quiet study space for adults/specialist business stock & business database.
Large Conference Room for outreach events
Local Studies ResearchLibrary for South Dublin County: holds over 10,000 items including books, newspapers, periodicals, maps, and photographs
Two large exhibition spaces
Study spaces for up to 70 people
We offer a wide and varied range of outreach activities including:
Babies Love Books(Thursday mornings at 10am) – focussing on early childhood literacy
English Conversation Sessions (Monday - Thursday 11am - 1pm)
Senior Cycle Programme - designed to support secondary school students/parents and teachers (including inspirational speakers/study skills sessions, free maths grinds with Project Sums and more)
TTT Programme - aimed at assisting children with additional needs/their carers and professionals in the field
Re-Reading the Classics Book Club - Mondays at 6.30pm
The multi award winning County Library is now included in a European database for inspirational libraries