Arts & Literature

Dublin City was designated as a UNESCO City of Literature in 2010, only the fourth city globally to receive the prestigious title. Dublin was a natural choice given its rich literary history which dates as far back as 800AD and the four Nobel prize winners that have called Dublin home - Yeats, Shaw, Beckett and Heaney.

Dublin boasts dozens of statues, libraries, museums and art galleries which display and celebrate the work of local and international authors and artists.

Marsh’s Library

990m from Hyatt Centric Dublin
Unchanged for three centuries, this perfectly preserved library of the early Enlightenment, with its original oak bookcases, houses more than 25,000 rare and fascinating books.

Book of Kells

2.4km from Hyatt Centric
Housed in the beautiful Long Room Library at Trinity College, The Book of Kells is a hand-illustrated manuscript for the 9th century which is widely regarded as Ireland's greatest cultural treasure.

Chester Beatty Library

920m from Hyatt Centric
In this engaging and welcoming space visitors will find interesting exhibitions, an intercultural learning programme and a broad variety of public activities for all ages and backgrounds.

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Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin

Dean Street,
Dublin,
Ireland,
D08 W3X7

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