The James Joyce Centre Overview
Dedicated to the life of the famous author James Joyce, this tourist place in Dublin is visited as a distinct museum set in an 18th century Georgian townhouse. The museum is a storehouse of many interesting exhibits which range from a recreation of the study of James Joyce from Trieste.

Apart from that, you can see furniture from the home of Paul Leon, one of the friends of Joyce. There is also the table where Joyce used to sit with friends and supporters and worked on the translation of Finnegans Wake. You can also see many temporary exhibitions which showcase the numerous aspects from the life and work of James Joyce.

Location: 35 N Great George's St, Rotunda, Dublin, Ireland

Timing: 10 am to 5 pm

Entry Fee: Euro 5
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