Kids go free to EPIC Museum and The Jeanie Johnston this month

EPIC Museum, voted Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction 2019 in the World Travel Awards, are delighted to offer FREE entry to children aged 16 and under, when accompanied by a paying adult throughout the month of August. 

Located less than a 5 minute walk from EPIC, you’ll find The Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship  where a 50 minute tour shares the stories of thousands of Irish people who fled the Famine and embarked on a voyage in the hope of a better life in North America. Step on board and you will be transported back in time to join them on their amazing journey.

With weeks left of the kids’ Summer holidays, why not make the most of them and plan a fun day out for the whole family in Dublin’s Docklands this August.

EPIC is a fun and interactive experience for kids, adults and grandparents alike. Whether children are exploring the 200 year old vaults, swiping through the interactive quizzes, dancing to Riverdance or listening to the whispering library, they’ll be entertained and educated throughout. 

A wide range of public health and physical distancing measures have been put in place to ensure the safety of visitors. Reduced visitor numbers, designated time slots, touch-free screens, increased cleaning, downloadable audio guides and cashless payments are just some of the measures put in place to protect the health of all visitors. EPIC and Jeanie Johnston follow HSE Guidelines and have signed up to the Failte Ireland COVID-19 Safety Charter.

This August, unlock your family's imagination and fuel their curiosity with a FREE trip for the kids to these two great attractions in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands. With world-class visitor attractions, plenty of wide-open space and an excellent selection of bars and restaurants, Dublin’s Docklands is the place to be this summer.

Visit https://epicchq.com/ for all up to date information or search #EPICmuseum online.

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