James Joyce’s Dublin

Private Walking Tour

Duration :
3-4 hours

Type :

Departs From :
Accommodation or City Centre

Notes :
Travel Guide uses professional camera
All tickets included in price
Can cater for any size group
Lunch not included

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Description :

The Joycean tour takes you to James Joyce centre, a Georgian building in the city that features furniture from Joyce’s Paris apartment (where he wrote Finnegans Wake). It also features the original front door of 7 Eccles Street (Leopold Bloom’s house in Ulysses).

You will be then be taken on a route of Dublin that features landmarks and stories of Joyce
and his works.

Arriving at a notable landmark from Ulysses, which has been preserved as it was in
Joyce’s time, a reading from the book will take place.

You will then escape the city centre on a brief train journey to Martello Tower, where Joyce
lived in 1904 with fellow writer Oliver St. John Gogarty.
Today it is known as the James Joyce Museum. It also serves as the setting for the
opening chapter in Ulysses.

This tour is a must for any Joyce fan. Not just to visit such authentic locations, but to share
and discuss his work from tour guide to fellow fan.

The tour includes :

James Joyce Centre

Reading from Ulysses

Landmarks in Dublin featured in Joyce’s works

James Joyce Museum

Your travel guide will be present throughout the entire tour, providing interesting information and conversation.

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