The title says it all. Not bad, but a bit over-pricey. The audio tour is a must, otherwise you would just end up looking at a few books in display cases.
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The history and information in the exibits is wonderful but could be displayed in a better manner. The building is in need of repair...water stained walls, musty smelling and extremely warm.
This museum has displays for a large number of writers, mostly in English, but a few in Gaelic who show the influence of this small country. Some, like James Joyce, and George B. Shaw are wifely read, and as significant as any in any language...More
The Writers Museum is an old house dedicated to great Irish writers, playwrights, poets, etc. from Joyce to Yeats. The place needs some updating for sure (hopefully with our ticket fees), but make sure you don't miss the stunning upstairs rooms!
Just decided to have a quick look at this while we were passing. It's 7,50Euro per adult in which I thought was a little expensive for a two-room museum. The building itself it wonderful but definitely in need of a little pick me up. Found...More
My visit to this little museum reminded me how much I loved James Joyce in college and introduced me to other Irish writers. I appreciated its egalitarian focus that included women like Mary Lavin and Kate O'Brien, whose work I sought out. It's a quiet...More
Really interesting museum about Dublin authors from Jonathan Swift until present. It made me eager to read more Irish literature. I spent one hour here which was all I had but was too little to really have the time to appreciate the exhibitions, my advice...More
The Dublin Writers Museum has an excellent display of first editions, letters, and related works by all of the best known Dublin writers (Joyce, Yeats, Heaney) and lesser known but important writers, as well. The wall markers are very helpful in understanding the role and...More
The museum is a good idea--sort of, but the exhibits need an update, in terms of their presentation design and overall look and feel. More importantly, I worry about the preservation technology, or lack thereof, for the collections, due to the need for an overall...More
I don't know what I was expecting. I love Irish literature and there were a couple of books and items on display that were of interest, but the museum was mainly textual, with summaries of each author on boards on the wall. The audio guide...More