SOMETIMES

YOU HAVE TO

RISK DEATH

IN ORDER TO

ESCAPE IT

CLIMB ON BOARD

FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF
THOSE WHO FLED THE FAMINE

 

VISITOR NOTICE: WE ARE CLOSED FROM 13th to 29th MARCH.

CLIMB ON BOARD

FOLLOW IN THE

FOOTSTEPS OF

THOSE WHO FLED

THE FAMINE

CLIMB ON BOARD

FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF
THOSE WHO FLED THE FAMINE

JEANIE JOHNSTON TALL SHIP

TOP REASONS TO VISIT

  1. Meet the passengers from the past

    A humanitarian captain, a noble doctor, a pregnant woman, a woman and her children in search of her husband and 2 terrified orphans. Can they survive the journey?

  • Tickets & prices
    Adult €11 | Child €6
  • Daily Guided Tours
    from 11am-3pm
  • Our Location
    Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

School Tours

Bring the Famine to life for your class like never before with a trip to a replica of a real Famine ship.

 

The Famine in Ireland

The Great Famine, also referred to as “The Great Hunger”, lasted from 1845 and 1849 and was the single greatest disaster in Irish history. It is estimated that between 1 and 1.5 million people died during the famine

WHAT VISITORS SAY

Amazing!

This remarkable replica of a famine ship, tells the story of those caught in the potato famine and their desperate bid for a new life elsewhere. The dark history is treated with respect and sensitivity, but also with hope and humour, making for a fascinating and intriguing experience..

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VISIT DUBLIN’S DOCKLANDS

Don’t miss your chance to experience all that Dublin’s Docklands has to offer, from the haunting Famine Sculptures to the award-winning EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. With a tempting range of pubs and restaurants nearby, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

7 Dublin Bridges with a Story

7 Dublin Bridges with a Story

Tranquil waters amidst a city always bustling with energy – the River Liffey is on every visitor’s travel itinerary. What makes the River Liffey unique, however, is the rich heritage that surrounds her. From the advent of the Vikings to the renaissance of the Dublin...

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A Tale of Two Ships: Michael English’s Jeanie Johnston

A Tale of Two Ships: Michael English’s Jeanie Johnston

Given our rich cultural heritage, we often get asked by our visitors for recommendations on books about the Jeanie Johnston. While there are quite a few works dedicated it, there is one that we particularly enjoy – Michael English’s Sailing the Irish Famine Tall Ship Jeanie Johnston.

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Top award for Irish Emigration Museum

Top award for Irish Emigration Museum

Congratulations to our neighbours EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum who have Just been awarded the title of ‘Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction 2019’ EPIC has been voted Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the prestigious World Travel Awards, beating Buckingham...

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