Here's a freebie and a great thing to do in this otherwise super expensive city. Go to the James Joyce house, where he wrote the majority of Ulysses while living there. The foundation hosts two weekly readings from his most famous works, Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake, on Tuesdays 5.30pm-7pm and Thursdays 7pm-8.30pm.A different thing to do in case you love story readings.
Foundation feels very general, nothing special. Free and open without spending money. There are mainly some books in it.
Many people benefit from the famous local charity organization.
The James & Joyce Foundation is an academic research organization. It's not really interested in literature. There's no need to see it.
It feels good;; even a little but it's also good to have a look at the feeling. It's interesting to have long insights.
The Foundation is mainly a place for free reading, where literary enthusiasts go and many people spend their weekends.