St George’s Church
One of Dublin's most beautiful buildings is this deconsecrated church, built by Francis Johnston between 1802 and 1813 in Greek Ionic...
Dublin Writers Museum
Memorabilia aplenty and lots of literary ephemera line the walls and display cabinets of this elegant museum devoted to preserving the...
Irish Writers Centre
Next door to the Dublin Writers Museum, which focuses on the dearly departed, the Irish Writers Centre provides a meeting and working...
Dublin City Gallery – the Hugh Lane
At noon on Sunday, from September to June, the art gallery hosts up to 30 concerts of contemporary classical music.
Dublin City Gallery – The Hugh Lane
There’s hardly a better way to ruminate over the art in the gallery than over lunch in the new gallery cafe, an airy room in the...
6 Great Denmark St · interesting places nearby
Belvedere House information
The home of Jesuit Belvedere College since 1841, James Joyce studied here between 1893 and 1898 (and described his experiences in A Portrait of the Artist ), and we can only wonder if he ever took a moment to admire the magnificent plasterwork by master stuccodore Michael Stapleton in between catechism classes and arithmetic homework? It's closed to the public.