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#1 of 12 things to do in Ballyvaughan
Great place to visit in the burren with young kids they really enjoy the interaction with the birds at the show and can walk around and see the different species of predators ,the staff are brilliant and talk to t...
Excellent live show with the Birds of Prey, very passionate staff , explaining all the details of the birds and involved the children in the show.
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#1 of 6 things to do in Lisdoonvarna
Had such an amazing time , I hadn't been on a horse since I was a child so was a little nervous but the horse's were so relaxed I felt at ease straight away.
The Land of Game of Thrones & Lord of Rings meets the Lokhandwalla family experience for us ....."A whale of a time"..... "Happy out"!!!
Fanore Beach Fanore
#1 of 5 things to do in Fanore
Great surfing for the kids to learn and adults .
There was adequate space for children to play on the sand and the lifegaurds hut overlooked most of the beach.
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Loughwell Farm Park Moycullen, Ireland 12.8 mi away
#3 of 8 things to do in Moycullen
Visiting Loughwell Farm Park at any time of the year is amazing, there is so much to do, great for the kids and relaxing for the parents and the staff are always so courteous and helpful, However at Christmas Loug...
... and an indoor cafe (you can sit down and chat whilst still being able to keep an eye on your children).Great outdoor facilities (our boys loved the soccer area, and our girls loved the sand pits and go-carts).
#1 of 2 things to do in Caherconnell
We along with our group of 20 were enthralled by the demonstration, a lot of fun for families & adults alike.
The kindness of the staff (Greg especially) and their compassion for the visitors and kids present made this the highlight of our visit to Ireland.
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#1 of 7 things to do in Corofin
It's very unusual, and my kids enjoyed negotiating the rocks on our hike.
Our kids loved walking on the stones.
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Doolin Cave Doolin
#2 of 17 things to do in Doolin
We’ve been to a few cave trips and this one was really good - guided tour and having to wear hard hats was great - kids loved it - superb place to go if it’s raining - added bonus of a nice cafe to grab a coffee a...
Our guide was so fun and made the tour interesting!! Definitely fun to do with kids ..... Definitely a great stop if there is rain
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#3 of 61 things to do in The Burren
The Cliffs of Moher includes over 875 yards of cliff edge paths and viewing areas, the Gothic style 19th century O’Brien's Tower (separate €2 adult, €1 child fee for admission) near the highest point of the cliffs...
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The Farmyard Corofin
#2 of 7 things to do in Corofin
The farmer and his young family were delightful!
The santa experience is fantastic, children get to make a craft and receive a gift from santa and it's all included in the price.
Doolin Pier Doolin
#13 of 17 things to do in Doolin
Toilets and showers spotless ,a lovely campers kitchen and laundry , and beautiful children’s playground.
Aillwee Cave Ballyvaughan
#4 of 12 things to do in Ballyvaughan
Children like it because it gives them the chance to have an adventure and learn about caves, stalactites and stalagmites Excellent learning experience.
Our family really enjoyed this tour was the highlight of our trip to clare for the kids The lady was very good and informative The coffee shop was also very good
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#2 of 3 things to do in Carran
A fun challenge for kids (and big kids!) is to find their own county in the 32 county-trees which are scattered around the grounds.
Both adults and Children loved it...make sure to go there
Newtown Castle Ballyvaughan
#6 of 12 things to do in Ballyvaughan
The garden area provided a wonderful backdrop for our family and friends to gather, while others climbed up to the top of the tower to look out over the Burren.
Moycullen Riding Centre Moycullen, Ireland 11.8 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Moycullen
Fabulous!! Clean yard, happy, well-cared for horses, run by a great family.
I could only recommend this small family business to everyone who wants to ride at a wonderful place with great supervisors.
Rinville Park Oranmore, Ireland 8.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Oranmore
Lovely spot for a walk, nice playground for small kids, great place to ride a bike or fly a kite or wander through the woods and of course the sea air is wonderful
Lovely trails marked out, children’s playground and loads of picnic spots with wonderful views.
Lahinch Beach Lahinch 18.5 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Lahinch
wonderful at quieter times of the year, fantastic for surfing with several surf schools located at the seafront, with excellent teaching and advice available as well as kids summer lessons.dogs
When the tide is out the beach is great fun for children who can paddle, build castles or, if they are daring, climb the rock face at the back of the beach.
Brigit's Garden Roscahill, Ireland 17.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Roscahill
Wonderful garden with a celtic theme, a fairy wood, the biggest sun dial in Ireland, lots of fun stuff to do and to explore for the kids on 11 acres, and some serenity for the grown ups.
Brigit's Garden is a very special choice for any occasion, the warmth and professionalism of everyone who works there really makes your day go smoothly, having direct access to the gardens allowed for the children...
Coole Park Gort, Ireland 10.5 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Gort
We had a great day here from the picnic on arrival, to see the exhibition to a beautiful walk, a truly great family day out, with amazing scenery in the woods, by the water and in the Garden, it will live long in...
It has greta walk ways for those who like a good walk or a run, its greta for bringing kids on a day out as theres lots to see and do with some deer, walks, a lake, an enclosed garden where kids can run around and...
#4 of 141 things to do in Galway
Lovely place to take time out, relax and reflect on those that have passed and those families who have so generously donated their loved ones organs during a time of grief.
We went with children, they enjoyed it as well as they could wind through the path a bit but still remain in our sight!
Dromore Wood Nature Reserve Ennis 16.2 mi away
#3 of 37 things to do in Ennis
The Dromore Nature Reserve is a bucolic and peaceful place to go for an afternoon with the kids and the family for a bit of exploring and a picnic.
this woods is a great walk especially on a nice summer evening and has a perfect place for families very clean also
Burren Nature Sanctuary & Cafe Kinvara, Ireland 6.1 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Kinvara
The play area was a favourite with the children with a good selection of activity indoors and outdoors.The coffee shop is excellent with very attentive staff and all home cooking and baking to suit a variety of ta...
The fairy forest, the walk, the playground, the staff - everything is effortlessly child-friendly which means that someone has put a lot of effort into making it child-friendly.
Salthill Promenade Galway, Ireland 7.8 mi away
#12 of 141 things to do in Galway
Fab views of Galway bay, we found it to be a beautiful place, very family friendly and welcoming of dogs too :-D whilst the adults appreciated the scenery the kids enjoyed the beach which was beautiful.
Great walk into Galway from Salthill- nice, wide walkway, plenty of room for all to enjoy the great view and sea air, lots of families and absolutely adorable (and very well behaved) dogs with their owners, good o...
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Salthill Beaches Galway, Ireland 7.8 mi away
#16 of 141 things to do in Galway
Really lovely beaches along the Salthill promenade, so clean and great place for a family day out anytime
Spotless clean , we went to silver strand in salt hill , lovely beach plenty and parking very safe for kids
Galway Bay Galway, Ireland 8.4 mi away
#10 of 141 things to do in Galway
This is a beautiful area in Galway, it's very nice to stay here with some friends and just chill out, it's full of families, friends and students.
While strolling beside the bay you are likely to run into a circle of young people playing guitar & singing, friendly locals & visitors out enjoying the fresh air, or young families taking their little ones out to...
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Riverside Walk Galway, Ireland 8.8 mi away
#15 of 141 things to do in Galway
Easy and accessible for whole family.
Undertaken by all ages from young families to courting couples.
Rathbaun Farm Galway, Ireland 12.6 mi away
#21 of 141 things to do in Galway
We were welcomed by a warm, friendly family that was anxious to show us their home and allow us to experience for a moment their daily life.
A brilliant day and I highly recommend this for families.
Athenry Heritage Centre Athenry, Ireland 17.1 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Athenry
Yes, the decors and dress up might be a bit cheesy but the guide was a very good story-teller and really explained a lot of history while making it fun for the children of all ages in the crowd.
Wonderful Medieval history and fun place for the whole family.
Galway Atlantaquaria Galway, Ireland 7.7 mi away
#32 of 141 things to do in Galway
... could learn and touch was amazing , the location around the centre it's self is absolutely beautiful , 33 euro for a family of four and you can come and go as you please that day , Great value , great family time
Fab the kids loved it !! Very reasonable 38 euro for family of six , friendly staff , educational and hands on !!!
Galway's Latin Quarter Galway, Ireland 8.6 mi away
#9 of 141 things to do in Galway
Just had a fantastic time in Galway, with family and friends, great bars, the Crane bar is where the series Jack Taylor was filmed, Sunday afternoon musicians turn up and play irish music, the promenade is brillia...
Modern shops, ancient walls, street entertainers, coffee shops, restaurants, balloons and ice cream for the kids and great music.
Wild Atlantic Way Galway, Ireland 7.7 mi away
#1 of 141 things to do in Galway
... of Lahinch to the roaring majesty of the nearby Cliffs of Moher, from the flat, waveless and child-friendly beaches of south Connemara to the vertiginious zigzag of Achill Island's Keem Bay - all are beautiful...
... places like Clifden , Roundstone , Letterfrack and the Connemara National Park were there 3 mountain walks which was great but you would need a full day to enjoy the Park also a great playaera for children.
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