Kids & Teens Activities In Dublin

Find details of and discover lots of Kids Activities in Dublin and Family Fun Things to do in Dublin including adventure centres, fun places to visit, arts and crafts, pet farms and lots more.

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Dublin – Build-A-Bear Workshop

Every Build-A-Bear Workshop offers a truly unique opportunity for children to participate in selecting and creating their own bear.The workshops also make an ideal kids party venue

Dublin SPCA

Dublin SPCA this is a fun place to visit as they house many animals and wildlife in beautiful grounds and its FREE to visit. Ireland’s largest animal welfare facility.

Dublin – The Hugh Lane

Located in Dublin’s city centre, the Hugh Lane Gallery, which is funded by Dublin Corporation, houses one of Ireland’s foremost collections of modern and contemporary art.

Dublin – The Casino

It is one of the finest 18th century neo-classical buildings in Europe The Casino, meaning “small house”, surprisingly contains 16 finely decorated rooms, endlessly rich in subtlety…

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is situated in the very heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Dubh Linn or Black Pool (dubh = black), on the site of the present Castle Gardens…

Ormonde Cinema Stillorgan

Ormonde Cinema, Stillorgan – great fun for families with Kids Club and Reel Parents. With an investment of just £2 million, the present seven screen complex was developed.

Fry Model Railway Malahide

It has been confirmation that the museum will close permanently as the buildings are required by Fingal Co.Council for ‘redevelopment’ plans at the castle