Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & Famine Museum
Custom House Quay, North Dock, Dublin 1, D01 V9X5, Ireland
| +353 1 473 0111
Photo courtesy of EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum, Ireland
Sun - Sat 11am - 4pm
Jeanie Johnston Tall ShipWhen in Dublin city center, it's hard to miss the Jeanie Johnston tall ship tied to a quay on the River Liffey. The ship you see is actually a replica of a ship that transported emigrants to Canada during the Great Famine, taking a total of 2,500 people over the Atlantic between the years 1848 to 1855, a period when a million people left Ireland and another million died of starvation. A guided tour above and below decks on the ship tells stories of the ship and some of those who traveled on her, enduring harsh conditions during voyages which could take up to six weeks.
over 6 years ago
Discover What Life was Like Aboard the Jeanie Johnston
One of Dublin’s most popular attractions, this replica of the Jeanie Johnston ship gives visitors an idea of the travel conditions for Irish emigrants making the voyage to North America. The original Jeanie Johnston made 16 journeys to North America from 1848-1855 during the Great Famine, successfully transporting over 2,500 emigrants. Tours last approximately 50 minutes and tickets can be purchased in advance online.
about 7 years ago
Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
The Jeanie Johnston moored along the Liffey River on a beautiful afternoon in Dublin, Ireland.