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 8,000 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 2015


1106 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ




Closed Sundays and Mondays.