The Jeanie Johnston: An Irish Famine Story
One of Dublin’s top tourist attractions, The Jeanie Johnston takes you on a journey through the historic story of the brave Irish people who began their perilous voyage from Ireland to America to flee from the famine in search of a better life. This story tells a tale of hope and survival from a time of hopelessness and greed. This ship was the only famine ship to never lose a life over the 200 transatlantic crossings. Their award-winning tour takes around 50 minutes and they are led by excellent tour guides who are knowledgeable, interactive, friendly, and more than happy to answer questions in such a way that makes it easy to understand the history in a modern context. The tour allows time for guests to learn about the history of the famine, emigration, and to admire the expert workmanship of the beautiful replica ship.- Top 100 Review
The Jeanie Johnston
, Custom House Quay,
Dublin, Dublin , Dublin 1
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