The James Joyce Centre is housed in an 18th-century Georgian townhouse in Dublin City. It aims to foster an appreciation of Joyce through exhibitions, education, outreach and activities.
Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, Trinity College has had many notable graduates over the years including Edmund Burke and Oliver Goldsmith (whose statues stand outside), Jonathan Swit, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and two presidents of Ireland.
Brickfield Park is a Dublin city park with all-weather pitch, located between the Crumlin Road and Mourne Road. To the north of the well-known Iveagh Ground, the park extends to 11 hectares.
Lusk Heritage Centre comprises a ninth century round tower, a medieval belfry and a 19th century church, located at Lusk in Fingal, County Dublin.
An historic building in Dublin, James Joyce House of the Dead is located in the city centre, and was the setting of Joyce's famous story "The Dead".