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Nora barnacle was a precocious girl orphaned somehow. She lived here with her uncle and fell in love with a local boy who died early from TB.
Distraught, she left and moved to Dublin where she met Oscar Wilde. Although being his muse she remained...More
Got there on a wet rainy morning and was met by Mary one of the owners of the museum and she had a lovely fire burning, she was wonderful, showed us photos of Nora and her family and answered all of our questions . Great...More
The ladies have done a wonderful job with the house, cant wait to return again.
I was 20 when I was there. About 12 years ago Cant wait to bring my grandmother back for her third visit. Wonderful piece of history well kept.
The tiny, tiny home of Nora Barnacle, wife of James Joyce, is one of those rare experiences which can occasionally jump up on you and surprise you. They always have a guide in situ, which is either one of the Gallagher sisters who own the...More