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Family Attractions

If you are traveling to Ireland with kids remember be careful in the places you choose for visit and be sure that those places offer the facilities for you and your children.

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park
Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

As a tourist attraction, Bunratty Castle and Folk Park seem to have a magic formula; combining original and reconstructed structures, a medieval castle and entertainment....

The Guinness Storehouse
The Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse situated in the heart of old Dublin, at the original Brewery, has more than 250 years of Guinness history and is Ireland’s number one visitor attraction, the complex is distributed in seven floors ...


Dublinia is an unforgettable experience in a historically important location at the heart of Dublin City, the crossroads where modern and old Dublin meets...

Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoo

Offers children the Children’s Pets Corner or the "train" ride through the African Plains. Kids will enjoy the City Farm which doubles as a petting zoo for animals such as goats...

More attractions in Ireland:

The Book of Kells: located in Trinity College is a manuscript of the gospels; kids will enjoy this as a magical experience because each page glows even every letter is decorated with fascinating creatures, angels and religious characters outlined in a kaleidoscope of colors.

Muckross: Traditional Farms in Killarne, County Kerry offer families a taste of farm life. Your children will discover what it is like to live in cottages with no electricity, bake bread on open fire and farm with horses, cows, sheep and ducks. Kids also learn how to milk cows and make butter.

Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium: in County Kerry offers your children the opportunity to experience marine life. They will enter an ocean tunnel filled with eels and fish. They will learn about many aquatic species.

Shell Planetarium: The only planetarium in Ireland showcases star exhibits.

Imaginosity: Is Dublin’s newest children’s museum and it is run according to the principle that all exhibits should combine creative learning and play; because children learn best when they’re having fun.

The Chester Beatty Library : Has a number of multimedia displays that children will likely enjoy, also offers a number of events for children aged 6 – 11 years that includes arts and crafts, music and dance, and of course fun.

Killarney Jaunting Cars : Operated tours of Killarney National Parklands. The tours by jaunting cars and water coach are the ideal and most traditional way to view Killarney and its beautiful surrounds.

World of Owls: Visit World of Owls, Northern Irelands only owl, bird of prey and exotic conservation educational centre. Featuring owls from all around the world, as well as falcons and hawks, visitors can make friends with a range of small animals.

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