Today 40 million people in the US alone proudly acknowledge their Irish heritage. Now you can access a huge database of emigrants who sailed from Ireland in the nineteenth century.
You now have an opportunity to honour your ancestor from Ireland in the land of their birth.
Bring your ancestor back home.
Now you have a chance to plant a tree in Ireland in your own name or in the name of a loved one, or dedicated to a deceased friend or relative.
Dunbrody Famine Ship is one of the premier tourist attractions in the South East of Ireland. Centred on an authentic reproduction of an 1840’s emigrant vessel, it provides a world-class interpretation of the famine emigrant experience. Incorporating guided tour, costumed performers and themed exhibitions of the highest quality, ‘The Dunbrody’ provides a unique insight into the bravery and fortitude with which Irish people faced up to a desperate situation.
As well as the Ship’s Tour, the Dunbrody Visitor Centre houses a charming river-view café and the Irish America Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame commemorates the critical contribution of Irish men and women to US history, as well as acknowledging the continuing contribution of contemporary Irish-Americans. Each year the Hall of Fame inducts new members; most recently Donald Keough, Michael Flatley and Maureen O’Hara.
The attraction is located in New Ross, County Wexford. Central to the South East, New Ross is conveniently close to the towns of Wexford, Kilkenny, Waterford and Enniscorthy.
As such the Dunbrody is a perfectly placed stop on any tour of the region.