James Joyce Museum


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Famously the setting for the opening chapter of Ulysses, in which Joyce mocks Oliver St John Gogarty as 'stately, plump Buck Mulligan', this Martello tower has been restored to match Joyce's description of it. Exhibits are a collection of memorabilia - walking stick, cigar case, guitar, death mask, letters. Best of all is an edition of Ulysses beautifully illustrated with line drawings by Matisse.

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James Joyce Museum details

Joyce Tower,

Area South of Centre

Transport Bus 59/DART Sandycove.

Telephone 280 9265

Open Apr-Sept 10am-1pm, 2-5pm Mon-Sat; 2-6pm Sun.

Admission €7.50; €4.70-€6.30 reductions; €22 family.