The James Joyce Centre offers various options for group visits. If there are 10 or more of you, why not avail of our group rates? Please find descriptions of the options below as well as rates and terms and conditions for 2019. Due to limited capacity in the Centre, groups must book in advance to ensure availability.
Here is an overview of what is available for groups:
Visits to the James Joyce Centre
The main permanent exhibition is self-guided and focuses on Ulysses, but also deals with other aspects of Joyce’s life and work. The exhibition contains video documentaries, room reconstructions and computer installations. You can also see the door of No 7 Eccles Street, the home of Leopold Bloom in Ulysses, and the furniture from Paul Léon’s apartment, where Joyce wrote part of Finnegans Wake. In addition, we host temporary exhibitions inspired by Joyce, his life and works.
Group admission to the Centre is €3.50 for students.
See terms and conditions below for more details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Centre offers walking tours to suit all levels of interest in Joyce, from those who have little or no knowledge of Joyce to those who are more familiar with his life and work and want to explore the city he wrote about. We can also tailor tours to specific interests.
We offer workshops at the Centre for groups studying works by James Joyce.
The students will be led in a discussion which will touch on different aspects of the chosen text and we hope to be able to introduce them to unfamiliar aspects, so they go back to the text again with different eyes.
The basic charge is €5 per student for a workshop lasting 50 minutes. For more details see terms and conditions below or contact email@example.com.
All our group offers can be tailored specifically to the needs and interests of individual groups. You can also combine different elements and we offer special discounted rates for combinations of visits, walks and workshops.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.