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This short video is about a museum in Dublin. EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum has been attracting large crowds since it first opened its doors in May 2016.
Founded by Neville Isdell, a successful businessman who was born in Co Down but moved to Zimbabwe at the age of 10, it is described as an ‘immersive interactive’ museum located in Dublin’ docklands. In this video we take a look at what the museum offers and talk to a number of people who work there and explain its appeal.