James Joyce Tower and Museum, Dublin
If your a fan of James Joyce then this is the place to go. The tower was orginally built in 1804. It now houses the Joyce Museum and contains first editions of most of Joyces work. The cost to enter the museum is €2.60. This statue of James Joyce is across the road from the GPO in O'Connell street.
The James Joyce Centere is dedicated to promoting an understanding of the life and works of James Joyce. It is seated in a restored 18th century Georgian townhouse, dating from the time when the north inner city of Dublin was at the height of its grandeur.
The James Joyce Centre was officially opened by the President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, on 10 June, l996.
This Martello tower was a temporary home to James Joyce, and is the setting for the first chapter of Joyce's great novel, Ulysses, described pretty much as you will see it today. The gun platform has extroadinary views. You can see rare editions of Joyce's work, letters, photo's and perseon possessions.