The Irish Emigration Museum awarded as one of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attractions

June 27, 2019

This Irish Emigration Museum, which is a three-year-old project located in Dublin’s Docklands has been voted Europe’s leading attraction for tourism at the World Travel Awards in Madeira, Portugal.

The most surprising part of this is that it won over Buckingham Palace, the Eiffel Tower and the Colosseum in Rome.

To welcome this award, Neville Isdell, EPIC founder said:

“I have always believed that the story of Irish people around the world was worth telling, and so, I founded EPIC. When we opened in 2016, we had a vision to create a local museum that could connect globally. It’s very important that we honour the Irish diaspora abroad and recognise the vital contributions and monumental impact Irish people have made worldwide.”

The CHQ building in Dublin’s Docklands, expects to welcome over 300,000 visitors this year. If you haven’t visited before, then it’s time to start discovering one of Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction for 2019!