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What to See on an Adventurous Day in Dublin with Kids 

Dublin is one of those places that you just have to keep coming back to. It only takes one time to see it, to leave a piece of your heart there. Famous for its plenitude of pubs and live shows, the capital of Ireland attracts tourists from all corners of the world. Nonetheless, there’s a lot to see and do in Dublin for a family-friendly vacation. You don’t have to worry that your kids might get bored with all the sightseeing and visiting endless museums. Here are just some of the awesome activities to do with kids in Dublin. 

Best way to get around Dublin 

But before you get to see some of Dublin’s best tourist attractions, you have to get to them somehow from the Dublin airport. Travelling with kids often means that you opt for the best and fastest way to get around. Whatever it takes to not deal with your tired and cranky offspring. The best choice is finding some comfortable and affordable Dublin taxi services. Once you find your way to the centre of Dublin, you’ll discover that it’s jam-packed with places that will spark the interest of children and adults alike. For some, you’ll have to leave the city centre, but the memories you’ll make there will be worth the effort. 


If you’d like to dive into Medieval history, Dublinia might be just the place for you. At this interactive museum, you can immerse yourself into history, dressing up as a Viking, trying some of the traditional food at the medieval kitchen, and even learning the skills required to become a Viking warrior. Apart from uncovering the practical side of living a Viking life, you can learn about Viking culture and mythology. It’s an all-around wholesome experience. 

Natural History Museum 

For a bit of an extraordinary experience, try the Natural History Museum situated in the city centre. It might seem like a boring activity for kids, but this museum is something different. Here they have hundreds of taxidermy animals on display, representing the natural fauna of Ireland, as well as more exotic specimens like a towering giraffe. The entry is free, which makes for a low-budget yet still very exciting adventure. You might want to think twice before taking your toddler though, as a smaller child might get scared of the giant animal skeletons and taxidermy showpieces. 

The Chocolate Warehouse 

Once your kids get tired from all the walking around and experiencing what Dublin has got to offer, drop by the Chocolate Warehouse and see if you can get in on one of their workshops. Now, here you can learn the kind of history that anyone can get behind. The children can learn about the history of chocolate, where it comes from, and how its made into the creamy deliciousness that we’re all so fond of. If you get to go there around Easter or Christmas, you might get a chance to attend one of their seasonal events. But the Chocolate Warehouse offers workshops and tours throughout the year, so don’t worry about missing out. You’ll also get to make and decorate your own chocolate (and eat it too!) while on tour. 


Imaginosity is the Dublin Children’s Museum, popular with both kids and adults. It’s a bit of a walk from the city centre so it’s probably best to take a ride there and you’ll have to book tickets in advance, as the place is quite popular and operates in a limited space. In exchange, you’ll get two whole hours to roam around the three levels of the museum and explore all the different areas. At the Imaginosity Children’s Museum, the kids can play-pretend and see what it’s like to be a doctor, a cook, or a mechanic. There are art workshops, a garden, and even a theatre. All areas are interactive, allowing children to learn as they play. 

Dublin Zoo 

Welcoming visitors since the early 1800s, Dublin Zoo has a long and rich history. It presents a wide variety of animal and plant life from all around the globe, ranging from Ireland native grey wolves to such dwellers of the African savanna as elephants, rhinos, and ostriches. Here you can even spot some very rare specimen of the scimitar-horned oryx that can no longer be found in the wild. 

 These are all great places to take your kids for a fun afternoon activity, and Dublin has got a lot more in store. You can keep on coming back and discovering something new upon every visit. You can never get bored of a place like Dublin. 

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