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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

4/5
1 Reviews
Exhibition
Business Suspended Business hours TBA
Address: Unit C1/2 The Chq Building North Wall Quay | Custom House Quay, Dublin D01 T6K4, Ireland

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There are many great museums in Dublin, but my favorite is the EPIC (Irish Immigration Museum) by the river Liffey. As we all know, Ireland is not big, but it is an important immigrant exporting country. For hundreds of years, the footprints of Irish immigrants have spread all over North America, Britain, Australia and even China... Every immigrant has a profound historical and historical background, or because of the great famine. , Or because domestic job opportunities are scarce... Behind every immigrant or immigrant family, there are unknown stories. Compared with the vast history of mankind, they may seem insignificant, but they are carefully recorded here. Tell people to go, why these people who have left their hometowns left their homeland to go to a foreign country with an uncertain future. EPIC uses live but not boring examples and evidence in just two hours to try to lead people back to the scene of history. Those strangers seem to be your relatives and friends. It tells the story of mankind’s search for new life and pursuit of dreams. Courage and hope. Courage and hope are two good words.

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  • FD_guy-Albany
    FD_guy-Albany
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    Informative

    It is certainly an eye opener, we found out. Really good explanations and facts neatly given. Good!!

    Reviewed on /Date(1613602153000+0800)/
  • Acidov
    Acidov
    Wrocław, Polska
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    It was... epic!

    It was my final stop in Dublin, and one of that, I will remember for a long time. The museum tells a wonderful, poignant, melancholy story of the emigration process that took place in Ireland. The de...

    Reviewed on /Date(1610865735000+0800)/
  • Jason k
    Jason k
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    Online workshop

    We purchased online workshop about Female explorers for our 9 year old daughter. She really enjoyed it found it very interesting and enjoyed the interactive aspect as well. Going on her response we wi...

    Reviewed on /Date(1610835336000+0800)/
  • juliaUtr
    juliaUtr
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    Nice experience

    We visited the exposition. We liked that there is an audio guide which you may install on your phone and idea with stamping in your own passport. The museum is quite big, and there is a lot of inform...

    Reviewed on /Date(1609728505000+0800)/
  • sakirwan
    sakirwan
    County Dublin
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    City break at home!

    On Honeymoon in Dublin (our home town) due to restrictions. Took in a lot of sites in the city. Thoroughly enjoyed EPIC. As good as it gets!

    Reviewed on /Date(1609709891000+0800)/

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