The Dublin Writers Museum covers all of Irish literature, so that is a lot of territory. There are a lot of small displays that are accompanied by an audio tour. The audio tour is pretty necessary, because there is very little contextual information in the displays. Also, because there is so much to cover you really only get a brief glimpse at many writers. I found it overwhelming, because there was so much to look at, read and listen to in just 2 small rooms. I think it's worth a stop if you love Irish literature, but is not for someone with only a passing knowledge or casual interest.
The gift shop was really disappointing, because it really only had common books by the most popular writers. Nothing very unique or hard to find.
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