Clarion Hotel Dublin, Liffey Valley
Liffey Valley, Dublin 22, Dublin, Irelandhttp://www.clarionhotelliffeyvalley.com+353 (0)1 625 8000The Clarion Hotel Liffey Valley is easily accessible by road, rail and Dublin Airport. We offer ample secure car parking for all guests. The hotel is ideally situated on the M50/N4 intersection at Liffey Valley, the gateway to the West of Ireland. A perfect location for exploring Dublin.
National Aquatic Centre
Snugborough Rd, Blanchardstown, Co. Dublinhttp://www.nationalaquaticcentre.ie(01) 646 4300The National Aquatic Centre, Dublin, is one of the biggest and most exciting attractions for families, groups and individuals in Ireland. The Waterpark, AquaZone, offers extreme thrills, raging water adventures and loads of fun. Rides include: Master Blaster (Water roller coaster), Flow Rider (Surfing Machine), Wave Pool, Lazy River, Bubble Pool, Pirates Ship (for the little ones), Dark Hole Flume (water slide) and the Green Giant Flume. The best and most exciting Leisure Pool in Ireland!
Phoenix Park, Dublin 8www.dublinzoo.ie(01) 474 8900Dublin Zoo, in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Dublin Zoo is the largest zoo in Ireland and one of Dublin's most popular attractions. Opened in 1831, the zoo describes its role as conservation, study, and education
Kilbrew, Ashbourne, Co.Meath, Irelandwww.taytopark.ie(01) 835 1999Take the family to Tayto Park Meath for an unforgettable fun experience in this American style themed park. With over 100 attractions, a visit to Tayto Park is an unforgettable day out for the whole family.
Westmanstown, Lucan, Co. Dublinwww.fortlucan.com(01) 628 0166Fort Lucan is a fully supervised outdoor adventure playground for children aged 2-14. Kids create their own adventures as they discover secret slides, climb 40 foot towers and high walkways before zipping across the aerial runways. Escape your friends in the maze or challenge them on the army-style assault courses.
Unit 9, Palmerstown Shopping Centre, Kennelsfort Road Upper, Dublin 20www.superdome.ie(01) 626 0700Superdome is Dublin’s only family run Tenpin Bowling / Leisure Centre and is 20 years young. Opening times Mon - Fri 12 noon till late and Saturday/Sunday 11am till late.
Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, Dublin 15www.leisureplex.ie(01) 822 3030LeisurePlex bowling centre Blanchardstown in Dublin has all the leisure activities from Bowling to Quasar that are fun for kids and all the family.
Liffey Valley SHopping Centre, Dublin 22www.myvue.com/home/cinema/dublin1520 501 000* Calls cost 15c per minuteYou’ll find 14 screens here, all fitted with Digital Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound. Amazing extras are also available at our Vue Cinema in Dublin, including our exclusive Kids AM showings, VIP seats, cheap Family Tickets and the unparalleled peace of an adult-only audience in 18s screenings.
The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18www.imaginosity.ie(01)2176130Imaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum is a child-centred creative, educational & interactive space for children under 9-years of age and their families. It is a space for adults and children to engage in creative play.
LIffey Valley Shopping Centre, Dublin 22http://www.piratesvillage.ie0818 919 770Looking for some swashbuckling family fun? Visit the Pirates Village “pop-up” play-zone with themed, custom-made inflatable games. Suitable for toddlers to 10 year olds. Our fun activities will keep your merry band of pirates entertained and physically active for an hour-long session, and include a ship-wrecked Galleon, Mermaid slide, Pirates’ assault course, palm island and toddler areas.
Dublin 8, Irelandwww.phoenixpark.ie(01) 820 5800Phoenix Park is an urban park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 km west of the city centre, north of the River Liffey. Its 11 km perimeter wall encloses 707 hectares, one of the largest walled city parks in Europe.
Dublin Bus Tour
59 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1www.dublinsightseeing.ie/citytour.aspx(01) 703 3028From 9am, the tours operate daily. You can get on and off at any of our 33 stops dotted at the most popular sites around the city. Hop off for a snoop around Kilmainham Gaol and you’re free to hop on again for a visit to Christ Church Cathedral. Hop on-hop off. Easy.
Dublin Wax Museum
4 Foster Place, Temple Bar, Dublin 2www.waxmuseumplus.ie(01) 671 8373The museum is an outstandingly original visitor attraction which has been completely re-imagined and designed focusing on a fun and interactive visitor experience. While remaining true to the ethos of a wax museum, The National Wax Museum Plus presents a snap shot of Irish cultural heritage but with a very modern twist!
Jervis Street, Dublin 1www.leprechaunmuseum.ie(01) 873 3899The leprechaun was a somewhat neglected character in Irish mythology, although many people know something about him, to date there was not much background material available to the public. The museum is designed to be a fun and engaging way to access the folklore and mythology of Ireland.
Unit 1 A, Kylemore Industrial Estate, Killeen Road, Kylemore, Dublin 10www.kylemore-karting.com/temp/main.htm(01) 626 1444Ireland's largest indoor Karting arena, a choice of three 360 mtr tracks with flyovers, underpasses, hills and banked corners. Experience the thrill of real racing on three indoor circuits. Kylemore Karting, established in 1992 as the first indoor track in the Republic of Ireland, is now Ireland's market leader in indoor Karting offering a combination of high-spec equipment, first class facilities including a choice of three 360 mtr tracks with flyovers underpasses, hills and banked corners.
Unit 6 North Park Business Park Finglas Dublin 11www.awesomewalls.ie/home(01)8800088Awesome Walls Dublin is one of the largest and most modern indoor climbing centres in Europe. With over 2000m2 of dedicated climbing surface including more than 700m2 of bouldering, 18m lead walls and 200+ climbing routes there really is something fun and challenging for everybody to try.
Jones' Rd, Dublin 3www.crokepark.ie(01) 819 2300Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. With a capacity for 82,300 people, the stadium is the home of Gaelic Games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).