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James Joyce Centre
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35 N Great George's St Rotunda Dublin 1, Ireland
35 North Great George's StreetIECounty DublinDublin 1
+353 1 878
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Idiosyncratic gallery in 1784 Georgian town house with Joyce's writing table and library of works.- Google
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a month ago
It's got a good gift shop but the actual exhibition is mainly computer-based and could just be a website. Entry is cheap though.
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Oks feels
a week ago
Lovely quiet place if you're a fan of Joyce
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Fernando Amaral
4 months ago
Excelent for Joyce fans like me. Try the walking tour, it's great.
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Allistair Ferguson
a month ago
Over crowded when I was there
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gladys aran-cohen
3 months ago
Glad we came. Learned a lot about James Joyce. I now want to read more of his books. Beautiful house. Nice tour. Highly recommend.
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James Diedrick
7 months ago
Great guided walking tours by knowledgeable staff; center itself is in a house with several floors and excellent Joyce-related materials, as well as informative videos.
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Roland Monsegu CW
6 months ago
The georgian house is beautiful.
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Rachelle Berger
3 years ago
I learned so much about this author here. He wrote so many good books. He had an interesting life. It is educational here. I learned so much here.


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