Literary DublinAn Evening of Food, Folklore and Fairieshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Theatres_and_Venues/An_Evening_of_Food_Folklore_and_FairiesExperience this unique and enchanting evening of Irish folklore and storytelling while enjoying a traditional Irish candlelit dinner in Dublin's oldest Pub, The Brazen Head.Theatres & VenuesTraditional Irish Music & DanceCity ToursLiterary DublinBerkeley Libraryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Berkeley_LibraryTrinity College is entitled to a free copy of every book published in either Ireland or the United Kingdom so there are nearly 4½ million books held in the various libraries both on and off campus.Literary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Book of Kellshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Visitor_Attractions/Book_of_KellsThe Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world.Visitor AttractionsLiterary DublinBram Stoker (1847-1912)http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Bram_Stoker_1847-1912Number 15, Marino Crescent was the birthplace in 1847 of Abraham (Bram) Stoker, the author of one of the world's most chilling novels, "Dracula".Literary DublinChester Beatty Libraryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/Chester_Beatty_LibraryEuropean Museum of the Year 2002, Irish Museum of the Year 2000.Child Friendly ActivitiesMuseums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinDublin Literary Pub Crawlhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Dublin_Literary_Pub_CrawlThis is an award-winning show that crawls from pub to pub with professional actors performing from the works of Dublin's most famous writers - Joyce, Beckett, Oscar Wilde, Brendan Behan and many more.Literary DublinGuided Walking ToursDublin Writers Museumhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/Dublin_Writers_MuseumThe Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for many other writers of international renown.Child Friendly ActivitiesMuseums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinDublin Yarnspinnershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Dublin_YarnspinnersIreland is famed throughout the world for the art of storytelling. The seancaithe and scéalaí, the Tradition Bearers and Storytellers, passed the old stories down through the generations. Today, in the 21st Century, there has been a revival of the ancient art. Founded in 2003, Storytellers of Ireland / Aos Scéal Éireann is an All-Ireland voluntary organisation with Charitable Status.Literary DublinDubliners by James Joyce Audio Guided Tourshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Tours_of_Dublin_and_Tour_Guides/Dubliners_by_James_Joyce_Audio_Guided_ToursWonderland Productions’ Dubliners is a self-guided audio-walk, that brings you on a tour of the streets and historic buildings in which Joyce set his classic stories, whilst his tales are told and performed for you, in their original locations, by a large ensemble cast led by the celebrated Joycean actor Barry Mc Govern.City ToursLiterary DublinIrish Writer's Centrehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Irish_Writers_CentreThe Irish Writers’ Centre has long been a hub of literary activity in Dublin, supporting established and aspiring writers throughout Ireland from its base at the heart of Dublin's cultural quarter. It is a non-profit organisation, aimed at promoting the literature and writers in Ireland.Literary DublinJames Joyce House of the Deadhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/James_Joyce_House_of_the_DeadJames Joyce House of the Dead is one of Dublins most important literary and Historic buildings.Dublin's Historic SitesMuseums & GalleriesLiterary DublinJames Joyce Museumhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/James_Joyce_MuseumThe James Joyce Tower was one of a series of Martello towers built to withstand an invasion by Napoleon and now holds a museum devoted to the life and works of James Joyce.Dublin's Historic SitesMuseums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinJames Joyce Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/James_Joyce_StatueThis life-size bronze, crafted by Marjorie Fitzgibbon, was installed in 1990 and commemorates one of the giants of 20th century literature. James Joyce was born in Dublin in 1882 and by 1904, with only two more short visits to Dublin, was a self-imposed exile in Europe variously settling in Italy, France and Switzerland.Dublin's Historic SitesLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Marsh's Libraryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Marshs_LibraryMarsh's Library, built in 1701 by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh (1638 - 1713) is the oldest public library in Ireland. It was designed by Sir William Robinson.Literary DublinMilk and Cookies Storytelling Sessionshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Milk_and_Cookies_Storytelling_SessionsWhether you be baker, storyteller, writer, artist or generally useful person to have around, there are loads of ways to help or get involved in Milk and Cookies Stories.Literary DublinNational Archives of Irelandhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/National_Archives_of_IrelandThe National Archives holds the records of the modern Irish state which document its historical evolution and the creation of its national identity. Under its governing legislation – the National Archives Act, 1986 – the National Archives provides services both to the Government and the public.Literary DublinO'Neill's Pubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Traditional_Irish_Music_and_Dance/ONeills_PubWelcome to O' Neill's Pub and Restaurant. You will find us opposite the Dublin Tourism Centre.Traditional Irish Music & DancePubsRestaurantsPub GrubLiterary DublinOliver Goldsmith Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/vd_Oliver_Goldsmith_StatueOliver Goldsmith (1728-1774), one of a long line of distinguished graduates of Trinity College. He lived most of his adult life in London writing such favourites as the novel The Vicar of Wakefield, the poem The Deserted Village and the play She Stoops to ConquerLiterary DublinOscar Wilde Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Oscar_Wilde_HouseThe house is an excellent example of Georgian architecture as its many remarkable cornices, architraves and decorative centerpieces demonstrate throughout.Dublin's Historic SitesLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Oscar Wilde Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Oscar_Wilde_StatueThis is the memorial to Oscar Wilde.Literary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Patrick Kavanagh, A Dublin Literary Trailhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Patrick_Kavanagh_A_Dublin_Literary_TrailPatrick Kavanagh, A Dublin Literary Trail gives an insight into the life and work of one of Ireland’s finest poets. Patrick Kavanagh, probably more than any other poet who lived and worked in Dublin, is particularly associated with one area of Dublin. The Baggot Street / Pembroke Road area was the locality in which Patrick Kavanagh lived and worked for much of his life.Literary DublinMore Dublin AppsSaint Patrick's Cathedralhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Saint_Patricks_CathedralSaint Patrick's Cathedral has contributed much to Irish life throughout its long history. Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinThe George Bernard Shaw Birthplacehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/The_George_Bernard_Shaw_Birthplace'Author of Many Plays' is the simple accolade to George Bernard Shaw on the plaque outside his birthplace and his Victorian home and early life mirrors this simplicity.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinThe James Joyce Centrehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Museums_and_Galleries_in_Dublin/The_James_Joyce_CentreThe 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.Museums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinTrinity College Library / The Long Roomhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Trinity_College_Library_and_The_Long_RoomTrinity College Library / The Long RoomDublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)UNESCO City of Literaturehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/UNESCO_City_of_LiteratureNo less than four Nobel Prizes for Literature have been awarded to writers associated with the city: George Bernard Shaw, W.B. Yeats, Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney.Literary Dublin