McClelland Irish Library


Phoenix,  Arizona
Aligned beside downtown’s Light Rail Corridor, the McClelland Irish Library is the first of its kind in the West: a clearinghouse of Irish culture, with 6,000 tomes by native authors and poets. The two-story building was designed to look like a 13th-century Celtic castle, its grand archway made from Irish blue limestone quarried, cut, and carved in the Old Country before being shipped to Phoenix.
Last Reviewed November 2012
  • Address

    1106 N. Central Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 

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  • Note

    Closed Sundays and Mondays.


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