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#1 of 30 things to do in Howth
When you arrive look for John Moore who is part of the multiple generation Moore family, many of whom are buried at the Abbey at Howth and let John lead your walking tour from the Summit at Howth.
Wonderful family exercise before enjoying food either in the many restaurants in Howth or the Weekend Farmers Market!!!
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#9 of 30 things to do in Howth
The island is rugged, a bird sanctuary, and a great adventure, and the boat ride is less than 45 minutes round trip so its great for little kids too.
Our kids loved hiking around the island and views were amazing.
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#11 of 30 things to do in Howth
Free to walk about, see the sea lions, fisherman, kayakers, families all enjoying the scenery.
Lovely walk with young kids
#2 of 30 things to do in Howth
There were young children to older ages walking here and very easy, but if heights could be an issue just be mindful.
Left the car in the car park and walked along the pathway which but muddy which kids loved.
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#20 of 30 things to do in Howth
#19 of 30 things to do in Howth
Been here a number of times as a kid as I was always fascinated by vintage motors and especially buses.
Looking forward to going back with the children and grandchildren - there’s a lot to see in the Castle and a lovely cafe too.
St. Stephen's Green Dublin 8.7 mi away
#2 of 586 things to do in Dublin
A beautiful, tranquil and re-invigorating oasis in the heart of the hustle & bustle of the city.. Beautiful gardens, wonderful flowers and shrubs, plenty if seating and a great place for adults and children to rel...
Calm, beautiful, family-feeling gardens, you can walk for hours without getting bored, enjoy the small lakes, the birds, flowers of all kinds and great green loans, feel very relaxed and peaceful!
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St. Anne's Park, Dublin Dublin 3.9 mi away
#34 of 586 things to do in Dublin
It's great to walk with the kids, there are some lovely wild walkways, entertaining playgrounds, playing fields, tennis courts, pitch and putt and even a doggy park if you're that way inclined.
great place to just walk with the family or just sit under a tree while the children play.Red Stables have eateries so you can relax with a coffee and the rose garden is a must when in full bloom
#12 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Great value for money and great staff Patrick Roycroft of Irish Family History was an absolute gem - great help and great fun - I'll be back.
... of stamps for walking through the 21 chambers and it flows extremely well... Great activity with kids and I enjoyed it as well very much...Right inside the facility is a mix of shops, cafes, and an art gallery...
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Dun Laoghaire Pier Dun Laoghaire 7.2 mi away
#1 of 45 things to do in Dun Laoghaire
Wonderful scenery, incredible sunset, quiet, safe, great for relaxing or spending the day with family or friends.
It's a wonderful place, because people can enjoy a walk, a running, bring the kids with their scooter or just have a seat with a coffee and admire the amazing sea's view or read a book.
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Dun Laoghaire 6.8 mi away
#2 of 45 things to do in Dun Laoghaire
Buzzing with families and fitness fanatics this is a great spot for a sunday stroll - take in the market in the peoples park and pick up a well earned snack.
Beautiful sights and great to go for a walk or for the kids to explore.
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Portmarnock Beach Portmarnock 3.7 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Portmarnock
Whether it's to feel the breeze in your hair, enjoy the views of Howth Head or simply to tire out your dogs or children, the open expanse of beach make it a perfect place to go.
Amazing dunes, great for the kids or to walk the dog.
Malahide Castle Malahide 5.7 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Malahide
Great tour guide informative on the family history, The grounds are beautiful and the welcome center has a few nice shops as well as take-away food, reasonable priced and very good.Close to the sea side and small...
Something for everyone here - great adventure playground for the kids, beautiful wooded pathways for strolling/jogging/cycling, open areas for picnics, football, kite flying and of course a very picturesque castle...
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Malahide Castle Co. Dublin Malahide 5.4 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Malahide
The extensive grounds of the castle are really great for walks, superb children’s playground, a museum - all free (extensive parking also free).
To arrive to the Malahide Castle travellers will enjoy its great park, with a recreation ground for younger kids and the lawned garden, with large trees, plants and flowers, great for a picnic!
Toots Malahide Road Train Malahide 5.7 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Malahide
The driver Michael is good fun, very knowledgeable and great with children.
He was extremely entertaining and funny and kept the entire family engaged while sharing some of the history of this beautiful seaside town.
Malahide Beach Malahide 5.3 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Malahide
Malahide beach offers swimming life guard, sand dunes, lots of space and is popular with children.
The beach at Malahide is great, families love it, dogs allowed, very clean and feels very safe.
Cliff Path Loop Dublin 0.7 mi away
#84 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Get a nice, peaceful walk with friends or family and enjoy the scenery.
We are family with young child and taking the cliff tour was one of the best decisions we took in Dublin.
Dollymount Strand Dublin 3.9 mi away
#136 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Your kids will love it but makes sure you dress them up well as it might be windy.. Just take the 130 from Abbey Street and get off at the wooden bridge... Pass the bridge and you will see the sand on your left:)
We 4 ladies took off to Dollymount Strand where as children 2 of us had spent many happy summers.