EPIC Museum, voted Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction 2019 and 2020 in the World Travel Awards, are delighted to offer free entry to children aged 16 and under, when accompanied by a paying adult throughout the months of July and August. With the kids’ summer holidays in full swing, why not make the most of them and plan a fun day out for the whole family in Dublin’s Docklands this summer.
EPIC offers a totally unique, state-of-the-art experience where you immerse yourself in what it truly means to be Irish. All while discovering how much the Irish mean to the world. Enjoy a fun and interactive visit for kids, adults and grandparents alike. Whether children are exploring the 200 year old vaults, swiping through the interactive quizzes, dancing to Riverdance or listening to the whispering library, they’ll be entertained throughout.
You will leave with a better understanding of centuries of history, enormous pride in the Irish people who left their country to begin a new life, and a better understanding of the issues of immigrants the world over.
Kids also go free to the Jeanie Johnston. Located just two minutes from EPIC, The Jeanie Johnston is offering free entry to children aged 16 and under, when accompanied by a paying adult. The offer is valid July – August.
The Jeanie Johnston tells the story of the thousands of Irish people who fled the Famine and embarked on a voyage in the hope of a better life in North America. Admire the towering masts, hear tales of a brave captain and crew and learn all about Irish history along the way. Step on board and you will be transported back in time to an incredible journey across the sea.
This summer, unlock your family’s imagination and fuel their curiosity with a free trip for the kids to these great attractions in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is open seven days a week from 10am-5pm. Pre-booking is advised. Walk-ins are welcome, and are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis in the next available time slot. The Jeanie Johnston is open Thursday to Sunday from 11am to 4 pm. Pre-booking is essential.
Source: Dublin Town