A great way to experience the great writers of Ireland
We really enjoyed this museum. The audio tour of the rooms was very informative and the exhibition was very comprehensive. A great exhibition and well worth the money. Particularly of interest was th...
You don’t need the latest technology to be full of authentic charme
So, this tiny museum doesn’t have all the latest technologies your heart might desire, BUT (and that’s a biiiig, huge, warm and fuzzy “but”) it you love literature and/or history, the audio guide tell...
I know it's a "writers' museum" (notice the Queen's English use of apostrophe), and not a painters' nor visual artists' museum. But the lack of visual cues is really problematic for stupid tourists ...
This city has a incredibly rich literary history, so it is only fair that it has its own writers museum. It provides you with a history of the city's most amazing literary minds: Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats, Brendan Behan and others.
Dublin City Gallery - The Hugh Lane
St. Saviour's Dominican Church
James Joyce Centre
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