Irish Famine Exhibition in Dublin
- Learn the history of the Irish Potato Famine
- Watch a 15 minute documentary about the events
- See rare 19th century photographs and hear witness accounts
2020 is a very important year as it marks the 175th anniversary of the Irish Famine which was a period of mass starvation, disease and death in 19th century Ireland. This exhibition acts as a moving account of the Irish Potato Famine with rare 19th century photographs, witness accounts, museum artifacts and contemporary sketches.
- Museum artifacts (including rare photographs and witness accounts)
- A 15 minute documentary
- Children (6-12 years old): Free
- Students: Reduced
- Seniors (over 65 years old): Reduced
51 King St S, Dublin 2, D02 YA03, Ireland
You'll find this exhibition on the second floor of St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre.
- This exhibition's primary language is English but a reference manual is available in French, German, Italian and Spanish
- Paid parking is available in the shopping centre
- This tour is wheelchair accessible
- This exhibition is not suitable for children under 6 years old
- This exhibition runs daily between April and September
- It is open between 12.00pm and 6.00pm
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