I didn't know James Joyce until I went to the this cultural centre. Good to know a famous Irish writer about his life and his works. Recommend for those who like literature.
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On our first full day in Dublin, my two fellow literary-nut travelers and I knew we had to do a literary walking tour. We decided to do it on our own rather than pay to join a tour group. We arrived at the James Joyce...More
My friend and I did this walk with Deidre, A most entertaining and knowledgeable guide. Deidre gave us a deeper understanding of Joyce as a writer and her background stories were interesting and highly amusing. Giving information which fills the gaps on the writers humanity,...More
The centre itself has enough points of interest to justify a visit. The three James Joyce walks are well worth the effort. If anyone doesn't already have more books than they need, there are plenty on sale here!
If you have studied Joyce's writings ( I did under Richard Ellman in the '70's) and savor his genius, a stroll through these exhibits will enchant you. There are many little artifacts and time period pieces that bring to life who Joyce was as he...More
We did not expect a walking tour to be sold out, but it was a sunny day and it was full. We settled for a tour of the house. Small with limited exhibits, but interesting for me who had not made it through "The Dubliners"...More
If you are a Joyce's follower visiting this place is like the cherry of the cake after walking around the city and to sandycove beach. During bloomsday they organise many events. I did a walking tour with them too. Enjoyed both.
I visited this attraction having never read any James Joyce. However, I still enjoyed this attraction. James was a very interesting and complex character who did not have a smooth ride to success. The historical context of his life was also set out so putting...More