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#1 of 12 things to do in Swords
Swords festival is held on the grounds of the Swords Castle, it was a great set up of free family entertainment- there were musicians and magicians a choir.
My family stayed nearby our last night in Ireland.
#5 of 12 things to do in Swords
There is a playground if you have young kids and if you are feeling energetic there is some exercise equipment for anyone there to use.
St. Stephen's Green Dublin 8.1 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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National Botanic Gardens Dublin 6.4 mi away
#23 of 586 things to do in Dublin
I Went to the gardens as a child and we decided to take the children there last week.It is immaculate; a joy to stroll around.It was beautiful, the children loved the friendly squirrels , the coffee plants and the...
Brought the kids to this and to my surprise they loved it.The grounds are amazing and are great to walk around.The kids were so interested.They loved the walk throughout all the green houses.Very relaxing day out....
Phoenix Park Dublin 8.2 mi away
#32 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Amazing park the heart of Dublin and Dublin Zoo Fab for a walk around with small kids, on your own etc, Visiters center has a lovely playground for the little ones and a coffee shop for the grown ups :)
This park is a great place for all the family - you can drive in this park, cycle, jog have picnics, go to the zoo and the playground is excellent for all ages - a great attraction in the city
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St. Anne's Park, Dublin Dublin 6.0 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
Richmond Barracks Dublin 9.1 mi away
#9 of 586 things to do in Dublin
The children in our group really enjoyed the tour - along with the adults.
We were given a warm welcome and some kids were even given chocolate!
Awesome Walls Dublin 5.5 mi away
#16 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Such an awesome to spend the day!!! Good for you and the kids!! Amazing staff,, amazing facility!!!Thanks Awesome walls!!
Really relaxed, fun and encouraging environment where you are enabled to challenge yourself or honour your comfort zone its ideal for a family activity with different desires accommodated!
#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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Dublin Zoo Dublin 8.0 mi away
#54 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Great day out for adults and kids alike :) picnic areas also if weather is suitable (not often though as it is Ireland haha!) Walk around at your own pace and enjoy the day with all the different animals :)
Fantastic a full days fun for children They have made fantastic progress with this zoo Good for adults also Annual pass is great value
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Experience Gaelic Games Dublin 6.0 mi away
#11 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Great fun and good insight to some real Gaelic history great for children and adults alike.
Definitely recommend to all that visit Dublin, it was only myself and partner on holiday but we signed up regardless and were lucky to have a fabulous Canadian family in our session!
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Newbridge House Donabate 2.9 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Donabate
The house is steeped in history the woodland perfect for walks the farm great for kids and its 30 invites to the beach!
Located in beautiful parklands this house runs seasonal events for kids and adults and boasts one of the best family farms for kids in the county.
#15 of 586 things to do in Dublin
He entertained us with memories of games won and lost,his admiration for teammates and opponents and the incredible dedication of family members whose lives are put on hold supporting players.
Had a great day at the Stadium Tour with our Under 10 team and their families last weekend.... everyone loved it... what a day and great History lesson....
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Portmarnock Beach Portmarnock 4.4 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.
Croke Park Stadium Dublin 0.3 mi away
#44 of 586 things to do in Dublin
The adults love the museum and kids loved the interactive area and the tours to the very top of the stadium.
our guide tony was interesting and knowledgeable and very willing to hear and answer kids questions as the tour had about 14 adults and four kids he was patient .
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Merrion Square Dublin 8.1 mi away
#67 of 586 things to do in Dublin
It's about a city block and you can walk thru and you are transported to the countryside with large trees, lush greenery, beautiful flowers and even has a playground for the kids.
Beautiful green space with a playground for children, gorgeous gardens and a fabulous monument to Oscar Wilde in recline.
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Malahide Castle Malahide 2.4 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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St. Patrick's Park Dublin 3.5 mi away
#72 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Its great that such a wonderful park is right on my doorstep,have brought my children may times its very well maintained with a constant park guard on duty, very well set out for kids a great day out..
Includes an ice cream van, plenty of benches and flowers aswell as a kids playground
Malahide Castle Co. Dublin Malahide 2.8 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!
War Memorial Gardens Dublin 8.5 mi away
#55 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Family visit
Farmleigh House and Estate Dublin 8.6 mi away
#38 of 586 things to do in Dublin
All thoroughly enjoyed strolling around the gardens, (walled, sunken, ornamental), there are some very impressive sculptures & little hidden spots all over, some great climbing trees & spots for kids to run & play...
... sense of humour, as well as being a mine of information on every aspect of the house and the Guinness family, displaying a great passion for his job - a veritable national treasure, just like the house itself.
Toots Malahide Road Train Malahide 2.6 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.
Aviva Stadium Dublin 8.5 mi away
#60 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Overall a very good experience & kids enjoyed it if up high... Did the stadium tour on a previous visit & well worthwhile as has both soccer & rugby history, Good information shared on history & modern games & how...
tour guide was lovely, can get the dart or tour train from o connell street, cheap, family friendly, fun
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#82 of 586 things to do in Dublin
It is informative, stimulating and most importantly, entirely manageable which makes it excellent for kids.
There were many families visiting whose children were awed this magnificent museum.I would recommend this for families or couples visiting Dublin
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Malahide Beach Malahide 3.3 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.
Howth Head Howth 8.1 mi away
#2 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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#78 of 586 things to do in Dublin
The museum does a great job of engaging kids and adults alike with interesting and informative exhibits, hands-on activities (dress up, craft-making, art), excellent multimedia content, all presented with enough h...
Amazing going through History learning about the Vikings brill and suitable for children, wheelchair access, staff were so nice and welcoming really worthwhile experience, we had the Dublin Pass so entrance was fr...
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#36 of 586 things to do in Dublin
... interest everything from Irish bronze age to dazzling gold and gemstone vessels so much to see and interactive ideal for family and children easy to get to a short walk from Trinity College and St Stephens Green
this is a fabulous museum, glittering gold and egyptian mummies, something for all ages, my kids love to visit at least once a year, they love the viking artifacts,
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Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin 7.9 mi away
#51 of 586 things to do in Dublin
Whether it's The Lion King or Rehearsal for Murder, the theatre is always spotless, the staff are very helpful and friendly and a great day out is had by the whole family.
Family outing: excellent presentation, top class performers, first class.
Skerries Mills Skerries 6.8 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Skerries
It present many unique photo opportunities and it's proximty to wide open public spaces and, of course, the Kybe Pond with it's resident swan and duck families, it is a must see place for families of all ages.
Our guide Paddy was very knowledgeable, engaging and entertaining, he kept the younger kids on the tour interested and engaged.
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