Younger visitors will certainly enjoy the Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium, which is a located near the Dingle Harbour and Marina. It is one of the most modern aquariums in Ireland, and it offers visitors a chance to take in some of the area’s unique creatures of the deep. It also includes an undersea tunnel that lets visitors walk through to sea the unique sea life, but also artifacts from the ear of the Spanish Armada, whose many ships crashed on the rocks in the region. The museum is open all year from 10am until 5:30pm, with extended hours from July through August from 9:30am until 8pm.

If you need to relax then maybe Dingle World of Leisure on John Street, might not be the place, at least for the kids. This sort of leisure will let them play while parents can catch a breather. It has bowling, a climbing wall for kids and kids and plenty of other indoor activities. It is open daily from 11am until 11pm.

If you’d like to learn to play some of the traditional musical instruments of Ireland, such as tin whistle or bodhrán, then Dingle Music School will help teach you how to play it. With quick lessons you can sound like you were born with a bit of Irish blood.