An experience like no other
Being a fully interactive experience, the museum will guide you as you uncover the dramatic and inspiring stories of the Irish people who travelled the world, reliving some of their greatest achievements in music, literature, sport, politics, fashion and science.
From the celebrated to the unsung, these stories speak of a shared character; of creativity and strength, audacity and ingenuity, resilience and brilliance offering a unique lens through which this nation can be fully understood.
About the Museum
Discover the stories of over 300 Irish people and relive some of the greatest achievements in music, art, sport, fashion, and science
History of the Museum
A look back at the history of EPIC, how it all began from initial concept to becoming the first fully digital museum in the world.
Irish Family History Centre
Our partner, Irish Family History Centre, is located on-site where you can learn the story of your families history and trace your family ancestry .
Why not visit the EPIC gift shop after your visit to the museum? Unique products from Irish brands, artists and crafts people around the country.
Whether you’re planning an exhibition, product launch, brand activation event, awards ceremony, networking or corporate event, our one-of-a-kind, awe-inspiring spaces are sure to impress.
We are deally located on Custom House Quay in the heart of Dublin’s Docklands, overlooking the river Liffey, where merchants once unloaded their cargo. This listed former warehouse is a dream venue for event planners.
EPIC has a dynamic programme of temporary exhibitions that take place throughout the year. Past exhibitions include Blazing a Trail: Lives and Legacies of Irish Diaspora Women, Across the Waves: The Irish at Sea and The Times we Live in: Martyn Turner.
You can now visit our new exhibition Out in the World: Ireland’s LGBTQ+ Diaspora for free at EPIC throughout the month of June as part of #PrideMonth. From July 2nd until Dec 1st 2021, admission is free to this exhibition with every ticket purchased to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.