James Joyce Tower & Museum
- Ticket Price: Free
James Joyce Tower & Museum is located in Dublin in Ireland.
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1.02% of people who visit Dublin include James Joyce Tower & Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
95% of people start their James Joyce Tower & Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see James Joyce Tower & Museum
92.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting James Joyce Tower & Museum
The two guides were very friendly and helpful. The tower is well kept and full of incredible historic information about the tower and James Joyce. I highly recommend stopping by the tower.
Good museum, lots of info and artefacts about the writer and his time spent there. The stairs are very narrow but the view is well worth the visit
I would really have to say that this is a must go for James Joyce fans and anyone else too. The staff is really really friendly and they tell you about James Joyce with so much enthusiasm - it's just magnificent. Some of James Joyce's like the mattress he slept on, pots and cups of tea, a mannequin of his pet, his death mask, FIRST published edition of Ulysses, lots of letters are there. Must go. And when you get on the top, you see almost half of Dublin. Just beware of the tight space in the stairs.
Nice area too. Well worth the effort. Fantastic surrounding villages.
This place is a must see, not just for Joyce fans but for its historical importance and fantastic location. I find Martello towers to be really fascinating and the way the museum staff has organised the displays within the building is excellent. There are so many original manuscripts, letters and memorabilia including the first edition of Ulysses and Joyce's clothes and belongings. A climb up the narrow, winding stairs rewards you with stunning views over the Irish sea and Dublin. Staff members are very knowledgeable and welcoming. Highly recommended!