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.. The Chester Beatty Library
Address :
The Clock Tower Bldg
Phone :
00353 (01) 4070750
Dublin Castle 2, Dublin,
Fax :
00353 (01) 4070760
E-mail :
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Opening Hours :

October - April: Tuesday - Friday 10.00am-5.00pm May - September: Monday - Friday 10.00am-5.00pm Saturday, 11.00am - 5.00pm Sunday, 1.00pm - 5.00pm (Closed 1 January, Good Friday, 24, 25 and 26 December, Monday public holidays) Admission is Free

Specialities :

Contemporary Paintings, Traditional Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Ceramics

Comments :

The Chester Beatty Library, one of Ireland's National Cultural Institutions, was created by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty and bequeathed by him to a trust for the benefit of the public. The Library is both an art museum and library, housing an outstanding collection of Islamic manuscripts, Chinese, Japanese, Indian and other Oriental art. Early papyri, including some of the earliest texts of the Bible and other early Christian manuscripts, western prints and printed books complete what is one of the richest collections of its kind in the world.

Artists :

We have many artists on exhibition throughout the year

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