Brings to life the troubled times in Irish history. The story is amazing. Captain cared for the safety and wellbeing of his passengers. No fatalities on this ship versus tragedy on so many others.
About Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum
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This ship tells the story of Ireland's horrible period of famine during the mid 1800's. The ship haboured in Dublin is a remake that was built in around 1998 and was launched in 2000. The ship is exact replica as you can get. They spent...More
The ship looks great from the quayside. But once you go inside you realise it is a mock ship and below deck resembles a run down barn. The guide was rude when we asked some questions.
We really enjoyed this ship tour. We learned lots of the great famine and the tour guide was very knowledgable,
Thank you for sending us your review of our tall ship! We are glad to hear that you learned so much on board with us!
This is a replica of a famine ship that they sometimes called coffin ships. It depicts the terrible plight that the Irish suffered having to travel abroad! Our tour guide was informative and enlightening about the era!
Thank you for taking the time to send us your wonderful 5* review of our tall ship! We are humbled to see that you recommend us so highly to other tourists. Many thanks for coming on board!
This tour was worth the money and parking across street behind hotel for $3.50 euros/hr. The wife enjoyed the tour as it is short but informative.
Thank you for sending us your fantastic 5* review Terry! It was a pleasure to have you both on board and we are thrilled that your wife learned so much about her own Irish ancestry during our tour.
This was a very interesting tour and we gleaned a huge amount of information about what happened with the famine and when transportation was occurring as well as the excellent quality of seamanship by the captain of this ship. He lost no passengers to disease...More
Thank you for sending us your fantastic 5* review of our Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship! We are delighted to hear that you found our tour to be so informative about the history of the Irish famine, and are truly grateful that you recommend us so...More
A lot of details told about immigration and the famine ships. Sitting inside the cabin youget an idea how it was to cross the tlantic in such a nutshell.More
Thank you for sending us your fantastic 5* review! We are delighted that you found our tour to be so informative and that you gained an insight into what was experienced on board a real famine ship in the 1800s! It was great to have...More
Really enjoyed our tour of Jeanie Johnston! Our tour guide was very informative and engaging. The subject matter is fairly sad covering the famine ships taking people to their new lives in America but there are uplifting sides to the story too! Its a great...More
Thank you for taking the time to send us such a lovely review of our tall ship Rebecca! We are delighted to hear that you found our tour to be so insightful that you recommend us so highly to other visitors. It was a pleasure...More
I enjoyed visiting your museum; unfortunately, there are not accessible for deaf and hard of hearing visitors to obtain information relating to the famine history of ship. Can you provide captioning or subtitles on videos or handheld device in sign language to provide the information...More