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"Live Music" Guinness Brewery Tip by Martina1985

Guinness Brewery, Dublin: 140 reviews and 215 photos

  Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
by Martina1985

Hi Everyone,

I recently visited Dublin and I had such a great time there, the Guiness Brewery is very interesting and fun but if you want the perfect Dublin experience do not miss a night out at the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship! I really can recommend it to everybody as it is an unusual but magnificent setting for a night out in Dublin, especially if you are interested in live irish music. The ship is located at the River Liffey in the City Centre, during the day operates as the Famine Museum with guided tours, and at weekends it hosts live music sessions. Each time a different band plays, the music and the atmosphere is great and the staff is fantastic. As far as I know the next session will be held at the 26th December, and the band Garland will perform Sea Shanties. The entrance fee is very cheap, I think around 10 euros. For further info visit the official website of the ship
I wish you the same fantastic time in Dublin I just had there:)

Address: Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship, Custom House Quay
Directions: The ship is located in a very central area, along the River Liffey at Custom House Quay. You can either take the Luas and get off at the Busaras stop, or just walk down in the directions of Dublin Docklands.
Phone: +353 (0) 14730111

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Nov 16, 2011
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