Jeanie Johnston

Local nameJeanie Johnston
LocationNorth Dock, Dublin North City Poor Law Union, Ireland

Jeanie Johnston is a replica of a three masted barque that was originally built in Quebec, Canada, in 1847 by the Scottish-born shipbuilder John Munn. The replica Jeanie Johnston performs a number of functions: an ocean-going sail training vessel at sea and in port converts into a living history museum on 19th century emigration and, in the evenings, is used as a corporate event venue.

Tags History MuseumHistoricalShipMuseum
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Dublin Freedom Pass: Transport and Sightseeing from 38 USD

Opening hours

Tour times depend on the season, please, check the calendar before your visit.

The tour lasts 50 minutes.

Admission

Adult: €9.50
Student, senior: €8.50
Children (4 - 15): €5

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeanie_Johnston

Official website http://www.jeaniejohnston.ie/

Link https://twitter.com/jeaniejohnston

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/jeaniejohnstontallship

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Jeaniejohnstontallship

Email info@jeaniejohnston.ie

Phone +353-1-4730111

Address North Dock, Dublin 1, Ireland

Coordinates 53°20'51.147" N -6°14'43.786" E

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