Visitor Information


Tour Times Mon-Sun:

10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00

Getting there

On Foot

We’re within easy walking distance of Dublin City Centre – just a 10-minute walk from O’Connell Street. Walk along Eden Quay, keeping the Custom House on your left and the River Liffey on your right. Continue past The chq Building and you’ll find us docked across the road from the Hilton Hotel.

By Bike

If you want to travel by bike, you can hire one from one of the many DublinBikes stations located all across the city. You’ll find all the details and a list of stations HERE.

The closest bike station to us is Station 8, which is in front of Custom House Quay.

By Bus

We are served by many bus routes:

  • Take the 14, 15, 27, 31, 32, 42, 43, 53 or 130 bus to Amiens Street/Connolly Station
  • DoDublin Tour Bus – Custom House Quay Stop
  • City Sightseeing – We’re Stop 20!

By Luas

Take the Luas Red Line and get off at the George’s Dock stop. Walk through The chq Building and you will find us at the other end.

    By Train

    We’re located within easy walking distance of many train stations:

    • Connolly Station – 5-minute walk
    • Pearse Station – 7-minute walk
    • Tara Street Station – 7-minute walk

    If you’re coming from Heuston Station it’s about a 40-minute walk but you can also take the Luas, bus or bike from right outside the station.

    By Car

    If you’re driving, we’re a 5-minute drive from Dublin Port, the south exit of the M50 tunnel and the East Link Toll Bridge.

    Is there parking nearby?

    Yes, there is some on-street parking available and the nearest car park is ParkRite, IFSC, which is just a few minutes’ walk away. Pre-book your parking when you book your ticket for preferential rates. Discounted parking is also available when you purchase a combination ticket with EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.

    ParkRite, IFSC

    Commons Street, Dublin 1 +353 (1) 85 54 789


    We are here to help. Here you will find answers to the questions we get asked most about the Jeanie Johnston and the Jeanie Tour.

    GetYourGuide - Dec 2022

    “We found our visit to the Jeanie Johnston really interesting. Our guide Gearoid was very well-informed and interesting - we really learned a great deal about the plight of the Irish trying to leave Ireland during the potato famine of the 1840s. It was a very memorable visit.”

    CeliaSurrey • Nov 2022

    The Jeanie Tour

    One million Irish people fled Ireland during the famine. 2,500 took a gruelling voyage onboard the Jeanie Johnston. Take a journey back in time, get an insight into life on board a Famine ship and hear the stories of the people who made the gruelling voyage

    Times & Prices 


    Mon-Sun: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00, 15.00

    General Admission

    • Adults (Age 18 - 64)€15.00
    • Senior (Age 65+)€13.00
    • Student (ID)€13.00
    • Teenager€12.00
    • Child (Age 6-12)€10.00
    • Infant (Age 0-5)FREE


    • 2 Adults & 1 Child€34.00
    • 2 Adults & 2 Children€39.00
    • Additional Child€8.00

    Combo: Jeanie + EPIC

    • Adults (Age 18 - 64)€32.00
    • Senior (Age 65+)€29.00
    • Student (ID)€29.00
    • Teenager€23.00
    • Child (Age 6-12)€17.00
    • Infant (Age 0-5)FREE


    Located in the heart of Dublin's Docklands

    Find out how to get here by car, bus, train or by foot.