Armagh Robinson Library | Armagh, Northern Ireland

From the moment you open the fabulous Georgian door of the library and sweep your way up the stairs, you are transported back to the eighteenth century.

This beautiful library was founded by Archbishop Robinson in 1771 - hence its name. The Archbishop opened the library in order to share his personal collection of books and fine art with the general public.

The classical library features books from floor to ceiling - there are roughly 42,000 printed works to be seen!

Not only is this a peaceful place to relax, but it's also an accredited museum with ancient Irish artefacts, gemstones, coins and a whole host of other pieces of Irish history to marvel at.

This is the perfect free outing for any bookworm!

Concessions: Free entry