The main emphasis was on the walking tours which are very expensive. The maps are good with Blue JJs depicting main centres from Ulysses.
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Only cost 5 euros to enter this awesome Georgian built dating back to the 1784's. Has been restored to it's former glory.
If you want to get relevant information about James Joyce and his influence in literature, this is the right place. You can even go into the depths of the books in here. If you're not into literature, getting to see the interior of a Georgian...More
Centre itself is a treasure, brings Joyce to life. We took an additional Joyce walk, which was two hours, perfectly pitched to welcome casual interest and experts alike, explaining the history and literary contexts as well as giving us a feel for Dublin.
This was an intimate portrait of the renowned writer and his memorabilia as well as some video commentaries about Joyce's place in contemporary literature.
Mark and the staff at the Joyce Centre did an outstanding job of organizing and executing the week of activities leading up to Bloomsday. They put together a package of events that suited our needs at a reasonable price, and we enjoyed them all. They...More
I hadn't planned on visiting, but when I saw mention of it while at the Dublin Writers Museum and saw how close it was I figured, "Why not?" I'm glad I went. Though I've never read 'Ulysses,' that didn't detract from my visit. As with...More
As the hub of activity surrounding Bloomsday, celebrating Leopold Bloom's June 16 circuit around Dublin in James Joyce's Ulysses, the James Joyce Centre is the place to start. We enjoyed the activities around the city more than the Bloomsday Bus Tour sponsored by the Centre....More
Very interesting place. Not a museum, but a place to spend time with Joyce and getting and understanding of Ulysses. I will probably never read it. But now I know why! There are also guided tours where you follow in the tracks of Leopold, Stephen...More