|Monday 6 June is a public holiday|
in the Republic of Ireland
The National Archives of Ireland (and its free Genealogy Service) will be closed on Monday 6 June, reopening at 9:15am on Tuesday 6 June.
The National Library of Ireland's Reading Room will operate to normal weekend hours (Saturday 9:30am to 12:45pm; Sunday closed). Neither the Reading Room nor the free Genealogy Service will be available on Monday 6 June.
Exhibitions at the National Library of Ireland will be open on Saturday and Sunday as usual (Kildare Street: Saturday 9.30am–4.30pm; Sunday: 1:00pm–5:00pm. National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar: Saturday 10am–4.45pm; Sunday: 12pm–4.45pm). Bank holiday Monday opening will be from 12pm to 5pm only at both locations.
Dublin City Library & Archive will be closed on Saturday 4 June and Monday 6 June, as will all branch libraries in the Republic.
The General Register Office Research Room at Werburgh Street, Dublin, will not open on Monday 6 June. It will reopen at 9:30am on Tuesday 7 June.
The Research Room of the Representative Church Body Library will be closed on Monday 6 June, reopening at 9:30am on Tuesday 7 June.
NOTE: This bank holiday applies only in the Republic; Northern Ireland institutions (as all in the UK) will be working to normal hours, having had their early summer holiday the previous week.