James Joyce Tower & Museum
Forty Foot Pool
The Forty Foot Pool is an open-air, sea-water bathing pool that took its name from the army regiment, the Fortieth Foot, that was...
Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre
Spread across Goat Castle and St Begnet’s Church, this heritage centre has models, displays and exhibitions on Dalkey's history; a...
Historical and literary tours of Dalkey, including a Maeve Binchy–themed walk (the writer lived here) and a Joyce-themed one.
Caviston's Seafood Restaurant
This is an excellent seafood restaurant with a long-standing reputation. From tuna loin to escalope of salmon, it's all fresh and...
Joyce Tower · interesting places nearby
James Joyce Tower & Museum information
This tower is where the action begins in Joyce's epic novel Ulysses . The museum was opened in 1962 by Sylvia Beach, the Paris-based publisher who first dared to put Ulysses into print, and has photographs, letters, documents, various editions of Joyce's work and two death masks of Joyce on display.