Top 10 Things to do in Dublin
Our Top 10 Things to Do in Dublin guide features some of Dublin’s best known attractions. Super ideas and great choices for families, groups and visitors to the capital.
Take in a tour of Dublin city, stroll along bustling streets and enjoy the unique character of Dublin’s people and athmosphere. Enjoy renowned cuisine and superb accommodation and spoil the kids with so many things to do.
|The Ark is a unique, purpose-built cultural centre in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, where children aged 2 -12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more. With changing programmes of performances, exhibitions and creative workshops, you can be sure of a different and exciting experience every time.|
|Butlers Chocolate Experience in Dublin city is a day out dream for chocolate lovers. Mention it and the kids will smile!. How about a chocolate birthday party? Maybe take a tour and learn how chocolate is made, or simply browse in the luxury store! Something different so why not think outside the box! (of chocolates….see what we did there!!)|
|Croke Park Stadium tour in Dublin is a fascinating behind the scenes insight into the home of GAA. The Etihad Skyline Rooftop Tour offers breathtaking & unmatched panoramic city views of Dublin and within the stadium itself, the GAA Museum with exhibition galleries vividly illustrates the story of Gaelic games from ancient times to present day.|
|Dublinia is a fab Viking & Medieval exhibition right in the heart of Dublin city beside Christchurch cathedral. Fascinating insight for visitors into how we got to where we are and great fun for kids with ‘live’ characters and different exhibitions. Interactive items along the way make for a truly entertaining and educational day out experience.|
|Dublin Discovered Boat Tours take you on a 45 minute cruise along the River Liffey, giving a great tour experience without the traffic! Specially designed low profile vessel glides along Dublin’s main river artery and fun tour guides give an interesting and engaging experience. Fun for all ages whatever the weather!|
|Dublin Zoo is one of the top attractions in Ireland with over 1 million visitors annually. Located in the Phoenix Park in Dublin, highlights include the Safari Plains, Flamingo aviary and also the new Sealion enclosure with underwater viewing. Plan for a full day out in Dublin and bring the picnic!|
|Funky Monkeys play centres located in Clarehall and Dundrum in Dublin. Dublin’s newest offering with bright and colourful jungle themed play centres where your little monkeys can go wild! Lots of great events too and 2 super locations for fun birthday parties in Dublin. Ideal as one of your Top 10 Things to Do in Dublin.|
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|Go Kids Go play centre is another family favourite. Play areas for kids up to 12 and also great for the older gang with Laser Combo deals for large groups aged 8 to 18! Big, colourful with a great athmosphere and all the mod cons, this location is very popular with DayOut readers who have visited.|
|Kilronan Equestrian Centre is a wonderful place for horse lovers or for those contemplating trekking or horse riding for the first time. A lovely team at Kilronan and some lovely horse characters. Located on Kettles Lane, off the Dublin Road near Airside Retail Park, you are assured of a fab day out trekking quiet country laneways and grass paddocks.|
|Leisureplex have a super selection of day out activity centres throughout Dublin. Lots to keep the kids (and grown ups!) entertained with locations at Blanchardstown, Coolock, Stillorgan and Tallaght. Great location for Quasar, birthday parties, for date nights and bowling for corporate nights out.|
|National Aquatic Centre is the home of Aquazone. It’s a hugely impressive place and has something for all ages making it an ideal day out choice for the whole family. All indoors, it’s a large (very large) waterpark with pool areas, wave machine, surf rider, water novelties and lots of slides of varying exhilaration – highly recommended!|
|The Old Jameson Distillery Dublin is a fascinating insight into the 200 year old history of Jameson whiskey which was made in Dublin up to the early 1970s, before operations moved to Middleton in Cork. Great gift idea, very popular with overseas visitors or as a location for corporate gatherings. Drinks, whiskey tasting and ‘3rd still’ restaurant.|
|Viking Splash Tours is a fun day out experience with witty and entertaining drivers. Climb aboard authentic WWII amphibious vehicles (DUKWs) and drive through Dublin streets with Viking helmets while roaring at the pedestrians! Then make a splash as you drive into the water for a short cruise.|
|Wooly Wards is a mobile farm that comes to you! It’s a lovely experience to have this set up in your back lawn and allow the kids to get up close to sheep, ducks, baby chicks, piglets and roosters! Great people to deal with, Wooly Wards also do school visits. Super addition to birthday parties, communion celebrations etc.|
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