When 17 September 2021
Grangegorman Histories celebrates Culture Night with a podcast exploring the history of the turret clock timepiece in Grangegorman.
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The Royal Irish Academy invites you on a virtual visit to Academy House. Learn about the history of one of the oldest institutions in country and the building it has called home for almost 170 years. Explore our online exhibition ‘The Cathach of Colum Cille: The story of an ancient Irish manuscript’ and much more. Visit the Academy’s website on Culture Night and explore the work of its publishing house, Library and research projects through online exhibitions, talks and tours. Click for culture!
The Academy has more resources that you can access online, from the digital collections of the Academy library to a variety of online exhibitions, podcasts and a series sharing the biographies men and women from all walks of life whose lives influenced or were influenced by Grangegorman.