The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats, is a free exhibition offering insight into the poet and his many interests – Ireland, literature, folklore, theatre, politics, the occult.
Since it opened on May 25, 2006, some 35,000 people of all ages and nationalities have delighted in exploring the multimedia-rich experience.
This exhibition won the prestigious Association of Heritage Interpretation - Interpret Britain and Ireland Award in 2006 and in 2007, its companion book, "Works and Days", won the CLÉ Best Overall Production Award.
In 2020 this exhibition at the National Library of Ireland has been adapted to provide a safe and enjoyable 30-minute visit. To view online click the link below:
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