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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Dublin’s new 21st century visitor experience
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is the new state of the art visitor experience that showcases the unique journey of the Irish nation, where dramatic stories of how Ireland’s diaspora have spread around the globe, and how they changed the world, are told through the technology of now.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is a “must see” visit in any tour of Dublin and Ireland. It is located at the heart of Dublin, at Custom House Quay on the River Liffey, the original departure point for so many of Ireland’s emigrants.
Through 20 remarkable themed galleries, using cutting-edge interactive technologies, visitors explore the many tales of migration, the forces that have driven it, and the impact that it has had on the world. This is the authentic and epic story of 10 million journeys and the roots of 70 million people, told with memorable style, passion and in a way that is highly entertaining, engaging and educational.
Visitors begin their journey by receiving a stamped passport as they enter the exhibition. They will follow a path through the 20 remarkable galleries organised into four thematic groups:
Migration: an introduction to Ireland and the arrivals and departures that have shaped it
Motivation: why people left Ireland – the stories of adventure and tragedy
Influence: what Irish people did overseas, and the extraordinary influence they have had in their adopted homelands in politics, business, science, sport and the arts
Connection: where the Irish are now, and what they are doing in today’s highly connected world.
EPIC Highlights include:
- Dramatic, state-of-the-art visitor experience in Dublin
- The authentic story of Irish migration told for the first time
- Located in the vaults of The chq Building, which dates from 1820
- Cutting edge technology designed by the award-winning team behind Titanic Belfast.
- 20 remarkable galleries covering 4 thematic groups.
EPIC is open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and last entry is at 5:00 pm.
The Irish Family History Centre is open daily from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (sharp) .
Open all year apart from Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and St. Stephen’s Day.
Last admission: 5:00 pm.
Approx Visit Duration:EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is a self-guided tour and can take up to 90 minutes and allow time to browse the shop or enjoy refreshments.
- Adult — €14
- Child Age 6-15 – €7
- Child Under 5 – Free
- Senior/Student – €12
Combo Offer – €24 – Entry to EPIC and the Irish Family History Centre
Irish Family History Centre – €12 – Entry to Genealogy Centre only
EPIC Lunch – €24.95 – Entry to EPIC and a 2 course lunch at the Hilton Garden Inn Custom House Quay
EPIC on Dublin Pass – Get FREE entry to EPIC and some of Dublin’s best attractions with the Dublin Pass
Booking advisable but not essential for non-groups
Family Pack Offer
Buy a family pack for only €35.00, saving you €7.00 off the entry price. This pack consists of 2 adult and 2 child tickets, and you can also add additional child tickets for only €7.00 each.
You can book online here through our booking link directly to the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum ticket sales
Group rates available for 10 or more people pre-booking
For Group Bookings please contact them on 01 906 0861 or email [email protected]
EPIC School Tours
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is the perfect option for your school tour. Explore the 20 highly interactive and visually stunning galleries to discover the influence the Irish have had in every corner of the globe. Learn about some of the great figures who helped shape the world in politics, science, arts, fashion, engineering and sport, with the help of their comprehensive education programmes for both primary and secondary school levels.
To Make A School Tour Enquirty
Discover Your Irish Heritage
As part of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum’s visitor experience, The Irish Family History Centre (operated by Eneclann) will be introducing an exciting way for visitors to search for their Irish ancestors, discover their own unique family story and explore Irish heritage. Knowing who you are and where you come from is something they feel everyone should get excited about. They want you to unearth your Irish roots in the most memorable way you can.
Directions To EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum in Dublin
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is located at the heart of Dublin, at Custom House Quay on the River Liffey, the original departure point for so many of Ireland’s emigrants, it is a short walk from O’Connell Street or Trinity College, so can be easily accessed as part of your visit to the beautiful city of Dublin.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is just 8 minutes from O’Connell Bridge. Walk east from the Bridge along Eden Quay with the River Liffey on your right. Continue along Custom House Quay straight past the historic Custom House until you see an arch on the left, beside The CHQ. The entrance is beside this arch.
Luas Red Line stop at Georges Dock which is right outside EPIC.
Get the 14, 15, 27 bus to Amiens Street/Connolly Station and walk 3 minutes to The chq Building. Buses 15a, 15b & 151 arrive at Custom House Quay/Jurys Hotel and walk 1 minute. Also stop 4 on the Dublin Sightseeing Tour’s Dockland route.
The CHQ is easily located in most Sat Navs (coordinates – 53.348031,-6.247889) and parking is available nearby to the rear of Jurys Inn Hotel, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1. Parking enquiries should be made directly to Park Rite
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