Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum

  • Address: Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
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  • Phone: +353-14730111
  • Ticket Price: 10 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums
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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.

  • Adult: €9.50
  • Students/ Senior: €8.50
  • Child (to age 14): €5
  • Family (2+2): €20

  • Daily tour times: 11am, 12pm, 2pm, 3pm
  • Tour last for 50 minutes.
  • For school tour, visit the official website.

  • Nearby bus stop: Dublin (Opp IFSC)

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  • Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum Address: Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
  • Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum Contact Number: +353-14730111
  • Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum Price: 10 EUR
  • Time required to visit Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 16.16% of people who visit Dublin include Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum in their plan

  • 54.72% of people start their Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum visit around 08 AM - 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship And Famine Museum

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  • Tour an old ship that would have taken emigrants from Ireland to North America. Even though it was cool and chilly we had a good time learning about the ship, the history of the circumstances people were in and the stories of some of the passengers. Our tour guide was tremendous as he had worked there for 8 years. He was able to speak about anything related to the boat or Ireland in general. He also talked about how they are still always trying to research what happened to the passengers after making it to North America and find their descendants.

  • Fascinating insight into the lives of Irish migrants at sea and a brilliant experience overall. Tours are cheap and don't take long so it won't eat into your day. Our tour guide was really informative and friendly and really made the experience worthwile. I would recommend this to anyone of all ages

  • 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.

  • Paul was brilliant. The stories of the past were thought provoking and very relevant to the voyages in times gone by. If you visit go to EPIC too.

  • 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.

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