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Inside EPIC – the Irish Emigration Museum | Traveling in Ireland Podcast Episode 31

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Jody is speaking with Dervla O'Neal, Head of Sales at EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum. Listen now to learn more about this new Dublin attraction.

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About EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum:

Opened in May 2016; this is Dublin's newest visitor attraction. Within a year, EPIC rose from #530 on Trip Advisor to #10 for top attractions in Dublin. Here, they are telling the whole story of the people who left Ireland, how they left, and how they shaped the world.

This is a fully digital museum. There is something for all ages here, you don't need any special technology or technological background to enjoy it. You can tour the museum and even meet with a genealogist to assist in researching your family tree (Tour + Genealogist is only €24).

Other Nearby Attractions:

EPIC is conveniently located near several other attractions including:

  • Dublin Docklands
  • Jeannie Johnston Famine Ship
  • Irish Famine History Centre
  • The Departed Statues: These statues are the first part of the Famine Statues created by Rowan Gillespie. The second part of this sculpture is called The Arrivals, which is in Toronto, Canada.

3 Places to Visit in Ireland:

Closing remarks:

To find out more visit the EPIC website.
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Jody Halsted
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