Category Archives: days out in Dublin

New Releases at Odeon Cinemas

new releases at odeon cinemas

New Releases at Odeon Cinemas ensure the very best in entertainment for visitors of all ages. In April 2016, screens come alive with the classic story of ‘The Jungle Book’, innocent man-cub Mowgli, a human raised by wolves, sets out on an epic journey of self-discovery. View Trailer for this superb new movie below… Scouts from ‘Cub Scouts 100′ were

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1916 Rising Events

1916 rising events

LOCATION: Decorative Arts & History Museum National Museums of Ireland | Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7 See more events at this location… What’s On? Reconstructing 1916 Sat 19th 1.30-4.30pm Drop-in Activity Suitable for: All Ages An opportunity to see and handle the material culture of the Easter Rising 1916. Replica uniforms and paraphernalia of the Irish Volunteers, Cumann na

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Kidspace Play Centre Dublin

kidspace play centre dublin

Kidspace Play Centre Dublin is Ireland’s only play centre with a dedicated Sensory space. This multi sensory room features an image projector, soft light tunnel and bubble light tubes providing a stimulating environment with soft relaxing areas and interactive equipment. From the Kidspace web site: “Young children can benefit from using a sensory room to develop fundamental sensory skills needed

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Archaeology Museum Dublin

Archaeology Museum Dublin

The Archaeology Museum Dublin is a fascinating day out in Dublin and explores treasures of Ireland’s past. Visitors can browse exhibits covering gold, bog bodies, ceramics, glass, Viking artefacts, as well many other archaeological objects found in Ireland and around the world. Located in the heart of Dublin city at Kildare Street, enjoy artefacts dating from 7000BC, right up to

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Decorative Arts and History Museum Dublin

arts and history museum dublin

Decorative Arts and History Museum Dublin is located in Collins Barracks, across the River Liffey from the Guinness Storehouse. The museum features exhibits from Ireland’s past and covers the two main themes – Decorative Arts exploring clothing, garments, furniture, jewellery and ceramics and Military History, exploring equipment, supplies, combat dress and dedicated exhibits covering the 1916 Easter Rising. Proclaiming A

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