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Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
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Custom House Quay Dublin 1 Ireland
Custom House QuayIEDublinDublin 1
+353 1 473
Tourist Attraction, History MuseumToday 10AM–4PM
Friday 10AM–4PMSaturday 10AM–4PMSunday 10AM–4PMMonday 10AM–4PMTuesday 10AM–4PMWednesday 10AM–4PMThursday 10AM–4PM
A guided tour of the Jeanie Johnston will give visitors the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Irish emigrants as they made a daunting transatlantic passage full of hope
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Tours below and above deck of a replica, 19th-century ship that took Irish emigrants to America.- Google
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Anne Waldmann
6 months ago
Very interesting tour delivered by excellent guide! He even made some connections to the thousands of illegal immigrants trying to get to Europe across the Mediterranean Sea at the moment. You might see those with changed attitude after visiting the Jeanie Johnston.
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Brian Herron
3 years ago
Permanently docked on the quays, this recreation of a mid 18 century tall ship is now a museum that hows the harrowing conditions that people that people suffered while emigrating to the US from famine era Ireland. They have mannequins that at pretty goofy, but the scale of the hardship of the thousands of people who left the country and risked their lives hoping for a better future. I wonder in a hundred years if we'll have replicas of Ryanair planes, with mannequins of sad faced émigrés paying extra for baggage charges.
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E alf
4 months ago
Seen it in fenit and when it moved to Dublin
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Alice Brown
3 years ago
Really helps you understand how terrible, painful, and impactful on Ireland's history this event was. The statues outside capture the emotions well.
claudio grosman
6 months ago
Don't missi it. The best to understand what they went through.
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Dean King
a year ago
very educational and sad
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Keyvan Sadigh
3 years ago
Did not actually go on the ship, but the statues outside are astonishingly realistic. At night they sort of creep up on you and are great to scare your unsuspecting friends with. The faces are grim and emaciated, and there is even a dog among the statues.
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Dailyn Martín Sánchez
2 months ago
Es interesante.


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