This tiny museum (which claims to be the smallest in Ireland) was the childhood home of Nora Barnacle—lover, muse, and eventually wife to James Joyce. The small terraced house was built in the 19th century, and has been lovingly restored to how it would have looked in the early 1900s, around the time Joyce would have first come here. It contains various exhibits relating to the life of Nora and James, including photos and a correspondence between the two. It’s probably of limited interest to non-Joyce fans, but looking around is worth the scant entry fee.
- Frommer's Staff