10 million journeys, 70 million stories waiting to be discovered at Ireland’s newest interactive visitor experience
This extraordinary exhibition located in the beautiful vaults of the CHQ building dating to the 1820, tells the story of the Irish people around the world using state-of-the-art technology to deliver incredible visual stories with a high level of interactivity.
The Irish Family History Centre is also located at EPIC Ireland offering a new exciting way to search for your Irish ancestors and discover your unique family story.
- Open 7 days a week, all year from 9:00am – 6:00pm (7:00pm from May to August)
- City centre location
- Book online on epicirelandchq.com to secure your preferred entry time and to learn more!
Think you know the Irish? Think again.
- Adult €16
- Child €8
- Senior/Student €14
- Family (2+2) €40
- Child (0-5yrs) FREE
‘The place is simply extraordinary. It was one of the most moving museum experiences I’ve ever had.’ John Grenham, genealogist.
To win a family pass to the EPIC museum simply tell us how many stories are waiting to be discovered at the EPIC Ireland museum! Visit our Facebook page to enter!
Part 2 of our guide to getting out and about in Dublin in 2015 looks at some great events later in the year as well as some events that happen all year long.
Dublin Fashion Festival 3 – 6 September
If you lie your style don’t miss the Dublin Fashion Festival for everything fashion and stylish!
It’s going to be a big Spring of rugby with the RBS 6 Nations on the horizon so make sure you know the best way to get to and from the Aviva and Dublin airport.
You can rely on NRC taxis to bring you anywhere in the Rathfarnham and the Dublin 14 area. We have drivers in the Rathfarhmam area daily so we will pick you up without delay and take you anywhere in Rathfarnham or Dublin.
There are so many amazing events happening in Dublin in 2015. Why not plan now so you don’t miss any. Don’t forget to call your Dublin Taxi company NRC Taxis when you are out and about in Dublin – call 01 6772222 or use the NRC App and we’ll make your journey easier!
We previously listed The Guinness Storehouse as the most popular tourist attraction in Dublin. Well now we’re going to tell you a little bit more about it. Firstly it’s located right beside the NRC office in St James Gate, James Street, Dublin 8 so the team at NRC have all enjoyed the delights of the Guinness Storehouse!
You’re heading into town for a night out but it’s been a while and you don’t know where to go! Where is it all happening these days you wonder? What are the hot spots? Well look no further – NRC Taxi drivers have got you covered!
Here are a few of the top haunts that we bring Dubliners to every weekend:
- Donoughes, Baggot St – nice spot for a pint of the black stuff
- Dicey Rileys, Harcourt Street for the young ones!
- Oliver St John Gogerty Temple Bar – for the tourists!