Dublin’s newest visitor attraction, MoLI, opens its doors

The Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) opened last month to great acclaim. Dublin has a new cultural experience and visitor attraction that celebrates Ireland’s literary heritage. Located in Newman House on St Stephen’s Green, MoLI aims to attract international tourists and the domestic market. ITIC met with Simon O’Connor to hear about how MoLI came […]... Read More

New CEO of EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum discusses moving to Ireland, the importance of cultural tourism and working with stakeholders, and hopes of a World Title

Patrick Greene has recently taken up the role as CEO and Museum Director at EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum. This is an interesting time for EPIC with growing visitor numbers and ambitious plans for the future. Patrick has high-level experience in both the UK and Australia and, in a recent interview with ITIC, gives his […]... Read More

Brexit, the border and Irish tourism

Having seamless travel around the island of Ireland is absolutely critical for Ireland’s tourism industry post-Brexit. Earlier this week, at the crossing between North and South, ITIC caught up with Joanne Stuart – CEO of the Northern Ireland Tourism Alliance – to discuss the importance of no border infrastructure and how tourism throughout the island […]... Read More