Linen Hall Library
16 July 2012
A historic Building, a great library.
22 May 2009
This is one of the oldest libraries in all of Ireland. There is a fantastic Clements coffee shop in the library where you can get lunch, or some tasty snacks. The library has a fantastic collection of books. Some of the books are really old and you probably wouldn’t find them anywhere else. The staff are all very friendly and will gladly help you locate a book. I have been in the library a few times for exhibitions also. They are always displaying art collections or political collections which are very interesting. A lot of book launches also happen here so you should look out for any upcoming launches and you could get a chance to speak to the author!
15 November 2008
Well worth visiting for its historic value.
Belfast was a world centre for Linen production and this is the place you want to visit if you want to find out about all that.
The recent refurbishment work that has taken place has brought a freshness while not taking away any of the charm of the place which was a real worry when the work started.
Handy to the shopping and the centre of town it is a little oasis in the city.
You can browse and the staff are willing to help however they can.
Worth a visit if you are in the area.
20 September 2008
Great place for historical research. Friendly staff.
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