We did the tall ship tour this week. Very interesting. Well worth 10 euros. Very knowledgeable guide.
1 - 10 of 984 reviews
If you don't have interest in historical tours this one is not for you. I enjoyed it and recommend it for anyone looking to learn more about their heritage.
A visit to the Jeanie Johnson, a replica ship of the original duing the Famine, is an interesting and worthwhile visit especially for anyone whose ancestors fled Ireland during the Great Famine. Our guide, Ray, was very knowledgeable. I would have liked time to look...More
Surprisingly I really enjoyed this I think that was down to the guide who was really enthusiastic and knowledgeable. I would of loved to have heard more stories about the journeys the Irish had to take over to USA and CANADA.
I really enjoyed visiting the Jeanie Johnston. The guide was very informative and entertaining. It was enlightening to learn about Ireland's sad famine history.More
Hi Magbrochu, Thank you for taking the time to send us your wonderful 5 star review of our tour. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed learning about the history of the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship with us. It was a pleasure to have...More
What a surprise. Paul our guide/Story teller really new his stuff. His gave us his stories with passion and respect. This is a must if you come to Dublin. To see how people lived while they travelled across the ocean was unbelievable
Moored on the quay, this is a fascinating small ship. Catch a tram and walk down to the modern walkway along the waterfront, which passes the 'Famine Sculptures'. The Jeanie Johnston was a cargo ship (bringing wood from Canada) but on its way back it...More
Hi Vikplayer, thank you for taking the time to send us your review! We are glad to hear that you enjoyed hearing the story of the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Irish famine emigration on board with us! It was a pleasure to have you...More
This is one of many attractions along Dublin canal. From day to night time, it is a good stop to learn a bit about immigration and the hardship newcomers to America went through. It is at a reasonable price and reachable by public transit.
Hi Mabrondani, thank you for coming on board and for sending us your fantastic review of our tall ship! We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed learning about this fascinating period in Irish history with us.
It is key English tourists visit this attraction, as it gives them an insight as to the impact of the potato famine in Ireland and how over a million Irish died as a result. Fantastic commentary and a great experience. I am English and came...More
Hello Ivan, thank you for taking the time to send us your 5 star review. We are delighted to hear that you recommend our tour so highly and that you learned so much from out guide. It was a pleasure to welcome you on board!