Tel: +353 1 4593315
Fax +353 1 4595509
Mon: 9.45 – 8.00 Tues: 9.45 – 8.00 Wed: 9.45 – 8.00 Thurs: 9.45 – 8.00
Fri: 9.45 – 4.30 Sat: 9.45 – 4.30 – Closed Saturdays and Mondays of Bank Holiday Weekends
About Clondalkin Library
Clondalkin Library is an attractive old Carnegie building, built in 1911. It was refurbished in 1972 and opened as a full-time library in December of that year. The library is on two floors with the adult section on the ground floor and the children’s section upstairs. A Noahs Ark sculpture, created by the children of South Dublin for the Mosaic Quake Project in 1998, is on permanent display.
The Library can be reached using the 69 bus from Aston Quay to Rathcoole; the 51x from Dunawley to Waterloo Road; or the 210 from Dolphins Barn to Liffey Valley.
Car-parking facilities are not provided.
Storytime for Children is held on Wednesday afternoons from 3.00pm – 3.30pm.
Junior Book Club is held once a month. See website for further information.
The library holds regular arts and crafts workshops and events see website for information on upcoming events.