The James Joyce Centre
The Centre is housed in a beautifully restored Georgian house and includes an exhibition area with computer installations, videos, re-creations of period rooms, and items relating to the life and work of James Joyce.
Also on view are a copy of Joyce's death mask, furniture from Paul Leon's Paris apartment where Joyce worked on Finnegans Wake, and the front door from number 7 Eccles Street, Leopold Bloom's address in Joyce's Ulysses.
Various Walking Tours of Joyce's Dublin are available, and the Centre hosts lectures, temporary exhibitions, and Joyce - related events, in particular the annual Bloomsday festival on 16th June.
Book & gift shop, café (April-Sept), wheelchair access ground floor only, conference & private room hire.
How to Get There:
O’Connell St to Parnell St. turn right on to Parnell St. North Great Georges Street is the first street on the left. Proceed up street to #35.
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