Doesn't take long. Easily accessible. Interesting and informative. Helpful staff. Atmospheric. Do it!
About Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum
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This replica honours the original Jeanie Johnston, a timber ship used to transport people from Ireland to Quebec during the great potato famine. I went along with my wife and two young daughters, who were happy to just explore the boat. It is something of...More
When you have ancestors who came to North America on a ship like this you really get a sense of what they had to endure, and it makes you amazed at how brave they were to do it. Gives you a real sense of gratitude...More
We couldn`t go in as it was closed for decoration purposes, but we really liked the outside already and will go back.
this is a must for tourists to Ireland. the tour guide was very approachable and nice. very informative tour
What a great way to experience the historical significance of The Irish Potato Famine of the 1840's and 1850's. The history Jeanie Johnston as a transport ship of the Irish emigration is well explained by the historian on the ship. The ship is a replica...More
It was a rainy wet afternoon when we did the tour so unfortunately we did not get a great deal of time to admire the exterior of this replica ship. On a plus note, it did seem to add to the atmosphere when we were...More