Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum
- Address: Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
- Phone: +353-14730111
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum - Review
The Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum is quite a popular charm in the city of Dublin. The museum is home to life size wax statues and interesting exhibits. It depicts the time when over a million people fled to better places to escape the famine that hit Ireland. The museum displays heart touching exhibits as you see desperate helpless statues that remind you of old hard times. Guides at the museum are loaded with information and the museum is an excellent dig through history.
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum Ticket Prices
- Adult: €9.50
- Students/ Senior: €8.50
- Child (to age 14): €5
- Family (2+2): €20
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum Hours
- Daily tour times: 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm
- Tour last for 50 minutes.
- For school tour, visit the official website.
How To reach Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Dublin (Opp IFSC)
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Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum, Dublin Reviews
Ray knows and loves this stuff. It’s a real eye opener and so worth the modest entry fee and an opportunity to understand Dublin, Ireland and its people. Courageous folks. Very worthwhile visit. Don’t miss it.
Amazing tour. Excellent tour guides. They really seem to love the history themselves and it shows. Always finding out new information to add to the tour.
On my third day in Dublin, my family and I decided to visit the museum and understand more about the potato Blight. The great potato famine and how it separated families but made life better for them in America. By going here it made me more proud of my heritage that my family risked everything even gave up their country to ensure that we would survive. Thanks to Katie who is a great tour guide.
Like many Americans, I have Irish ancestors. It's quite emotional for me to be here in Ireland for the first time and learn about what my ancestors went through during the famine. It was very informative to tour the ship. You can also get your receipt stamped for a discount at the Epic Emigration Museum and the Family History Centre.
Quite a short but emotive visit. Showed around by very enthusiastic guide who obviously feels the story of the ship and the emigrants and brought the stories to life