An Artist painting the Jeanie Johnston Famine museum
For just €5, you can enter the working replica of Dublin's most famous famine ship. Used to take victims of the potato famine abroad to a better life, it's a fascinating look into Ireland's past that any history buff will love.Tours last up to 50 minutes and will give you a realistic idea of what life was like for those making the voyage to the "New World".
The Jenny Johnston ship, which docks on the River Liffey near the entrance to the sea, is a replica of the 1850 immigrants, a more retro ship, and a museum to learn about the history of Irish famine.
In 1845, the population of Ireland fell by a quarter and more than 1 million people emigrated to the United States. The site of the museum, on the immigration ship Jenny Johnston, described the horrific famine and the subsequent Irish immigration.
As with the history of Ireland, the city's humanistic attractions are the best in all its cities, both in education and in science, culture and art. So to understand the history of Ireland's national humanities must come to Dublin, the most comprehensive and famous tourist cultural sites, attracted me also the humanities and art attractions, the following recommendations are very good strategy. I like this library very much, the quaint atmosphere. It has a large collection of famous books, and a large hand-copied copy of the Koran. It is one of the three great libraries that can be called British. The tall bookcases take stairs to get books. There are statues of famous people in the bookcase and bookcase. It's a great photo shoot for punching in. Harry Potter's movies have been filmed here, and I was surprised when I saw the magnificent coffin bookcase. Books have a lot of history and art on the economy of the development of things, many portraits of famous people also exist. Especially its promenade is famous, like entering the era, intoxicated in it do not want to leave. Opening Time: 12:00-16:30 Ticket Price: Adult Ticket 14 EUR Use Recommended: 1-3 Hour Guinness Black Beer Exhibition Hall The local people like to drink this wine, especially this exhibition hall very attracted me. It has eight floors, all of which are eye-catching and eye-catching, neon lights and bars and chairs are all fashionable elements, and are perfect for good pictures. The guide and staff were able to tell about the development of the brand and also very well informed about enriching their knowledge to see how it was brewed and learn a lot. The staff also taught me how to make and taste my own beer, and the best part was to learn about the museum and the view from the terrace while drinking free black beer. When open: 9:30-17:00 Ticket price: Adult 25 EUR Student 22 EUR Recommended: 1-3 Hour St. Patrick's Cathedral is solemn in the green woods, very Gothic architectural style design of the spire, the main thing is I can appreciate a lot of religious art and culture "It has a history of more than 100 years, made of solid buildings of blue stone, with a dark grey and solemn colour, atmospheric but not lost in many respects, elegant and decorated in a very elegant style, and a lovely atmosphere of the garden near by," Photos are also a good place to see, no decorations required. Open hours: 7:00 and 13:00 admission price: free recommended time: 1-3 hour boat and famine museum Jenny Johnston boat is a famous bridge, the museum also shows many scenes from that time. The guide's commentary was also very meticulous and interesting and above all the vivid presentation made me feel the suffering and sadness of the time. The people at this time of history made me feel sad, sad and the suffering people are also walkers of history. The tour is short, and it is probably a painful experience to see these historical facts and connect to the feeling of your country. Open 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Ticket price: Free visit recommended time: less than 1 hour National Gallery which I find very distinctive, lots of works on display mostly to learn about the history of ancient life All the fine art works exquisite paintings out of that era, statues and other cultural heritage are also exquisite. The best is for children to visit, every three weeks will be interesting to learn about the history activities, the children feel very interested to learn about will be very much. The creative work on children is very interesting, and the visual impact of children's perspective is also very large. Open time: 10:00-17:00 Ticket price: Free time to use recommended: 1-3 Attractions above the hour are very classic cultural attractions, I think they are very good worth visiting. In the whole art and humanities, these attractions are outstanding, must visit Dublin must visit places, you will understand their charm, only the parent-child experience of the beautiful can feel the true meaning of the tour.