Things to do in Dublin

Jump Zone

Dublin - Jump Zone

Jump Zone is suitable for people of all ages, from children 5 years and over to adults of 55+ years. You can free jump, do tricks or partake in some of the main activities on offer, including Aerobics, Foam pit, Dodgeball, The Battle Zone, Tumble Track and our new Ninja Zone. Extreme fun

Sandyford, Santry and Liffey Valley, Dublin
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeololgy

Dublin - National Museum of Ireland - Archaeololgy

The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is home to an extraordinary range of priceless and iconic treasures, including the Ardagh Chalice, the Tara Brooch and the famous Derrynaflan Hoard. From Prehistoric Ireland to Ancient Egypt, visitors can see important archaeological artefacts

Kildare Street, Dublin 2
Leisureplex Charlestown

Dublin - Leisureplex Charlestown

Whatever the Irish weather throws at you, Leisureplex has all you need for entertainment and fun. Strike up some craic on the bowling lanes, transport yourself to a galactic battlefield with Quasar, or let the kids wear themselves out in the Zoo Adventureland indoor play centre. Special

Charlestown Shopping Centre, Dublin 11
National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

Dublin - National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

Built in 1856, the National Museum of Ireland - Natural History is a magnificent Victorian artefact in its own right. Sometimes described as ‘a museum of a museum, it houses a wide-ranging and comprehensive zoological collection of more than 10,000 exhibits. Visitors can explore Ir

Merrion Street, Dublin 2
The Spencer Hotel

Dublin - The Spencer Hotel

The Spencer Hotel is the perfect base for a family break, where you can explore Irelands and enjoy all the fun activities on offer. Located in the IFSC, over looking the river Liffey, the hotel is just a two minute walk from the red LUAS line, perfect for all the exploring to be done in t

Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1
Airfield Estate

Dublin - Airfield Estate

Airfield Estate is a 38 acre working farm in Dundrum, Dublin. Visitors love the fun filled family events celebrating food, farming and the natural world through festivals, tours, storytelling, workshops and daily events like gathering eggs form the chicken coup and animal feeding. Visito

Overend Way, Dundrum, Dublin 14
James Joyce Cultural Centre

Dublin - James Joyce Cultural Centre

This house was built in 1784 by Francis Ryan for Valentine Brown, the Earl of Kenmare, who used it as his townhouse. The plasterwork here was done by Michael Stapleton, one of the finest stuccadores of the time. The house was given special mention by Constantine Curran in his book Dublin

35 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1
Rathfarnham Castle

Dublin - Rathfarnham Castle

The Castle has a colourful and interesting history with 18th century interiors. The Castle is presented to visitors as a castle undergoing active conservation. The visitor can see, at first hand, tantalizing glimpses of layers of the Castles earlier existence uncovered during research. C

Rathfarnham, Dublin 14