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Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum

4.3/5
8 Reviews
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Closed Open from 10:00am-4:00pm
Address: Custom House Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland
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Phone: +353 1 473 0111

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An Artist painting the Jeanie Johnston Famine museum

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  • ClareMcCarthy27
    ClareMcCarthy27
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    Very interesting and not depressing

    This is a lot more fun than you might imagine a tour of an emigrant ship from the famine would be. Our guide, Gearoid, was excellent, and really good and explaining history in a modern context. The ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1599253236000+0800)/
  • Berni110
    Berni110
    Dublin, Ireland
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    Very Interesting

    Spent a lovely afternoon doing this tour. Our guide Gearoid was very friendly, professional & interactive with the kids on the day. We met at our allocated time (must be prebooked) & we were brought...

    Reviewed on /Date(1598782832000+0800)/
  • hiber
    hiber
    Dublin
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    Not really suitable for children

    Great tour, fantastic stories, but I would not really recommend it for children under 10. Our tour guide was nice and friendly and funny, but my kids found the tour boring as they thought they coul...

    Reviewed on /Date(1598510568000+0800)/
  • raychelco
    raychelco
    Dublin, County Dublin
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    Brilliant for all ages

    We had a brilliant tour provided by Gearóid who explained all the ship and country's history in a way that was so well done for the adults and kids. Going down below was amazing as you get to see the ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1597569375000+0800)/
  • starskys77
    starskys77
    Dublin, Ireland
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    A Maritime reminder of Ireland's Famine Exodus

    See my review on the Famine sculptures/memorial. This vessel is an exact replica of the ship that used to carry the Irish people across the world in the hopes of a better life, and to escape the hor...

    Reviewed on /Date(1596528755000+0800)/

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Introduction

 A copy of one of the famine ships that took starving Dubliners to America for what they wished would be a better life. The Jeanie Johnston offers a sobering and fascinating look at this most arduous chapters in Irish history.
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