Dublin

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum

  Custom House Quay, D1      (+353) (0)1 473 0111     more than a year ago
See how Irish emigrants lived, and perished, aboard this replica 19th Century Famine Ship. The original sailed from Tralee, Co. Cork to North America from 1847-1855, taking locals on a perilous 3,000 mile journey from the suffering of the Great Famine to the promise of the New World. Tours recall this pivotal chapter in Ireland's history which saw millions leave these shores, most never to return. The site also serves as a unique stage for music sessions, where musicians entertain small groups in the most intimate of settings.
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City centre location
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Luas Connolly

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Open

Daily Tours 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00.

Price/Additional Info

Adult €8.50, conc. €7.50, Children €4.50, 2+3 €20. 

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