Dublin – Father’s Day at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

This week at EPIC: Bloomsday…Father’s Day

Bloomsday

EPIC is hosting ‘A Journey to Relish’ as part of this year’s Bloomsday Festival. On Saturday 16th June, enjoy a special Bloomsday breakfast and themed tour of the interactive museum in Dublin’s Docklands.

A heady Joycean feast for the senses will be provided by Irish food specialists The Bakehouse, with a full buffet breakfast and for the more adventurous some mutton kidneys! Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be offered for the best dressed. Following breakfast, our Joycean tour guide in residence will whisk guests downstairs to the atmospheric vaults of EPIC, Ireland’s only digital museum, to follow in Joyce’s footsteps across Europe.

‘A Journey to Relish’ takes place on Bloomsday, Saturday 16th June, from 11:00-13:00. Tickets priced €25 are available via Eventbrite:

Paint with Dad!

On Father’s Day, EPIC is hosting a ‘Paint with Dad!’ workshop with Giddy Studios. Bring Dad along as your creative inspiration and paint a mug just for him! Together you’ll come up with a design, choose your colours and paint your patterns onto precast pottery. Dad will forever treasure this mug on his tea and coffee breaks, and best of all it will have been designed by his favourite artist.

Takes place on Sunday 17th June from 14:00-16:00. Tickets priced €15 are available via Eventbrite:

 

Event Information

Venue:-  The “CHQ”, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

Classification :-  Family Event / Dads and the family.

Bloomsday Festiva

Dates:-  On Saturday 16th June

Times:-  from 11:00-13:00

Admission: –  €25

Booking Online:- Bloomsday Festival

Paint with Dad!

Dates:-  Sunday 17th June

Times:-  from 14:00-16:00

Admission: –  €15

Booking Online:- Paint with Dad!

Special offer:- TBC

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.

 
 

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