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James Joyce Centre

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Laura
Laura
September 06, 2018
Dedicated to promoting the life and work of James Joyce, one of Ireland's greatest modern writers, in a beautiful restored listed Georgian house. Also run Joycean walking tours at 11am and 2pm every Tuesday/Thur/Sat 35 North Great George's Street 10 am - 5pm Monday - Saturday 12 - 5pm Sunday
Clark
Clark
March 21, 2018
walk the street James Joyce wonders
Joan
Joan
August 26, 2017
Say no more... a must for culture vultures. Exhibitions, walking tours, lectures and talks, culture nights. Info jamesjoyce.ie. 15 minutes walk.
Ionica
Ionica
May 10, 2016
The James Joyce Centre is a museum dedicated to promoting an understanding of the life and works of James Joyce.
Mary
Mary
April 10, 2016
Admission charge Joyce themed walking tours Exhibitions Annual Blooms Day - June 16th "One of the most exciting and gruesome parts of Bloomsday is eating the same meals as the protagonist Leopold Bloom. Some key meals to chow down on: – and Irish breakfast with fried kidneys – bacon sandwiches and…

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35 N Great George's St
Dublin, County Dublin
Téléphone+353 1 878 8547
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