Yes, there is a place for us Joycean pilgrims.
In ‘Ulysses’, Leopold Bloom visits SWENY’S MEDICAL HALL in Lincoln Place, off Westland Row, Dublin, to buy some lemon soap for Molly. This chemist’s shop was still there when I lived in Dublin in the 1990s.
It has now reopened as a living James Joyce museum and bookshop, staffed entirely by volunteers, where you can make contact with other Joycean fans for evenings of readings and lectures, and you can buy lemon soap [and possibly other emblematic Joyceana].
I haven’t been there myself, but was told about this by a friend. The shop is a stone’s throw from Trinity College and there is a mighty buzz to be had from stepping inside its perfectly preserved interior. I am sure that any questions any of us might have would find an answer there.
Here’s a link:
My deepest respect to the commentator who has recently finished reading ‘Finnegan’s Wake’ from beginning to end.