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All reviewsvolunteer staffgreat tourdun laoghairerun by volunteersnarrow stairsworth the climbopening sceneliving quartersfree admissiongreat views from the topcoastal walkdublin bayminute walksandy covethe ground floorworth a visitbeautiful spot
Even if you haven't heard of Joyce the views at the top of the tower were spectacular and worth the visit. Entry is free and there are lots of interesting artefacts about Joyce and Ulysses and even if you know it all already the staff...More
Free attraction w a pleasant display and items relating to James Joyce, who based the start of Ulysses on happenings here. Amazing outlook from the tower, not a difficult climb. Really helpful volunteers. Recommended.
I visited this museum last year with a friend from the US, who was blown away by being in the actual tower James Joyce refers to in Ulysses. Joyce actually only stayed there for six nights in 1904. It was rented then by his friend...More
My brother and I kicked off our Bloomsday weekend by starting at the James Joyce Tower on June 15. The staff were fantastic. It was just so special to be inside the Martello Tower and seeing everything on display. I can't quite put it into...More
The James Joyce Tower is worth the climb even if you’re not all that into James Joyce. They have done a remarkable job of recreating a room described in Ulysses, and the tower roof has a nice view. It’s an old Martello tower, one of...More
The James Joyce Tower is known for being featured at the beginning of James Joyce's Ulysses. The museum contains rare editions of his work and other interesting items such as the original key to the tower, a plaster bust of Joyce, and two plaster death...More
According to their leaflet, it is open 7 days a week 10 am to 6 pm in summer and 7 days a week 10 am to 4 pm in winter, 365 days a year. and email. Admission is free, but they do appreciate contributions.