Epic The Irish Emigration Museum Overview
A winner of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction award for 2019 and 2020, this tourist place in Dublin is for everyone who wants to get an insider glimpse of this culturally rich city. It tells the story of the 10 million people who bid goodbye to this island, which places they went and when they came back what all things they brought along. The unique museum tells the many personal stories through 20 interactive galleries where you will enjoy one of the most engaging experiences of your life.

If you are Irish, you can try to find out your ancestry by going through the Family History Centre here. Located in the 200-year-old Georgian warehouse, EPIC is a lively attraction to enjoy many cultural events along with recreation, retail therapy and food outings. Some of the popular places to visit in Dublin along with this museum are the Famine Memorial Sculptures, Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship, The Custom House, Dublin Convention Centre etc.

Location: The Chq Building, Unit 32 /33, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, Ireland

Timing: 10.00am to 6.45pm (last entry 5.00pm)

Entry Fee: Euro 12 to 14 
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