EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

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EPIC is a modern museum in Dublin’s Docklands that tells the moving and unforgettable story of the 10 million Irish people who left their homeland – and how they influenced and shaped the world.
The world’s only fully digital museum features 1,500 years of Irish history in its atmospheric vaults. Experience this breath-taking story in interactive galleries, with a feast of powerful audio and video bringing these one-of-a-kind tales to life.
 

Events

Tiny Tots Tuesday – SENSEable Tots!
Date: Tuesday 12 June
Time: 10:00am - 11:30am
Location: EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, CHQ, Dublin 1
Cost: €10

EPIC is peppered with tales of messers and mischief-makers across the Irish diaspora.

This June we are delighted to welcome Karen from SENSEable Tots who will be running a fun sensory workshop for your little ones. Learn through messy play and exploration at this session, and be sure to wear clothes suitable for messy play! There will be free tea and coffee provided by Bakehouse CHQ, as well as some lovely treats and a chance to sit back, relax and have the chats.

Participants at this event can also avail of a 20% discount on tickets to our museum.

This event is suitable for children aged 6 months - 3.5 years.

Tickets are available via Eventbrite:

You can find out more about SENSEable Tots on Karen's website.
 

Shortlisted for European Museum of the Year 2018, this top-rated, family-friendly attraction is an essential destination for everyone with an interest in Ireland’s people, culture and history. Relive some of the greatest achievements in music, literature, sport, business, politics, fashion and science.
Ranked #2 on TripAdvisor’s Top Museums in Dublin, National Geographic Travel describe it as “Simply too good of a story to miss”. EPIC also houses the Irish Family History Centre, with a team of genealogy experts to help visitors uncover their Irish roots.
 

For more information on Epic The Irish Emigration Museum or to book your tickets please click here

 

 

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