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Docked ship on the River Liffey by Custom House Quay - Jeanie Johnston Museum Dubin

Jeanie Johnston Tallship and Famine Museum Dublin

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Jeanie Johnston Tallship and Famine Museum in Dublin

Overview

This guided tour takes place on a ship docked at Custom House Quay in Dublin’s city centre. Visitors will be taken through the daunting experience of millions of Irish people who fled from the country during the famine years and took the arduous journey across the Atlantic Ocean, hoping to find a better future in the “New World” in North America.

 

This ship is a replica of the original ship which sailed between Tralee in Co. Kerry and North America between 1847 and 1855. The visitors can discover how up to 250 people travelled on that ship all together for 6-8 weeks, often with complete strangers but always with the same desire of escaping the ravages of famine.

 

 

Photo Gallery
Immigrant eating on a ship - Tour groups
Immigrant playing the violin on a ship
Jeanie Johnston replica in Dublin
Docked replica of the Jeanie Johnston in Ireland
Sick immigrants on their way to The New World
Jeanie Johnston Tallship replica pole
Man comforting a woman migrating to America
Useful Information
Opening Hours

April - October: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 14,00, 15.00, 16.00 hrs

November - March: 11.00, 12.00, 14.00, 15.00 hrs

 

Notes for Group Leaders

Groups over 25 people may be split over 2 tours.

Duration of Visit

Approximately 50 minutes

 

Address

Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

Location
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