The Jenny Johnston ship, which docks on the River Liffey near the entrance to the sea, is a replica of the 1850 immigrants, a more retro ship, and a museum to learn about the history of Irish famine.
In 1845, the population of Ireland fell by a quarter and more than 1 million people emigrated to the United States. The site of the museum, on the immigration ship Jenny Johnston, described the horrific famine and the subsequent Irish immigration.
An Artist painting the Jeanie Johnston Famine museum
For just €5, you can enter the working replica of Dublin's most famous famine ship. Used to take victims of the potato famine abroad to a better life, it's a fascinating look into Ireland's past that any history buff will love.Tours last up to 50 minutes and will give you a realistic idea of what life was like for those making the voyage to the "New World".
15m to the golf course, good service, free car.