Free and ticketed events please see www.epicirelandchq.com
Journey through Docklands, explore the original port of Dublin and learn about this fascinating part of the city, its people, history and industry with EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Take part in treasure hunts, walks and talks with Turtle Bunbury and Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society or research your family tree at The Irish Family History Centre.
On the hour from 10.00am - 4.00pm
Come and visit the Irish Family History Centre and get involved in the Treasure Hunt. Explore your Irish roots, search for Irish Ancestors and discover your unique family story.
No tickets required. Meeting point at The EPIC Museum Shop.
Guided Walk: Dublin Port and Tales of Irish Emigration
18th March: 11.30am / 19th March: 11.30am and 2.30pm.
Tickets €5 entry from the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Start and finish at the EPIC ticket desk.
A guided walk around the old port of Dublin, see a replica famine ship and the gaunt figures of the Famine Memorial.
Talk: - Turtle Bunbury
18th March: 1pm-2pm
Ticketed 5euro entry on the door (refundable if you visit EPIC Museum)
Turtle Bunbury is a best-selling author, historian, public speaker and TV presenter based in Ireland. This talk will showcase his latest book 1947 – A Chronicle of Genius, Generosity and Savagery.
Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society
18th March: 3.00pm-5.00pm
Ticketed 5euro entry on the door- refundable if you visit EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Dublin Dock Workers Preservation Society will host a series of talks and an exhibition on the local history and heritage of the Dublin Docklands.
See www.epicchq.com for further updates and schedules.