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Blessington Street Basin playground
  • Currently 4.00/5

The playground right next to the gorgeous Blessington street park (http://dublinfox.com/show/nature/Blessington%20Street%20Park.html) is a rather big urban playground. It is divided into: a senior and a junior area. Both areas are spacious, the only problem is that most of the playground's surface is concrete, so running around might be a bit dangerous for younger kids. Otherwise the playground is a decent one: there are many types of equipments kids can play with. In the toddler area there are ...
Spraoi playcentre
  • Currently 3.50/5

Spraoi playcentre is relatively small and although it is very friendly and cosy on a weekday, like any other playcentre, it is absolutely packed and crazy at the weekends. The baby area is new and separated from the other areas: essentially it is a ball pool and a short slide, but babies do love it very much. The play areas are supervised by the staff of the playcentre, so there are no six-year-olds disturbing the littlies in the baby area. The big playframe is divided into two: there is an ...
Chimney Park playground
  • Currently 3.33/5

Chimney Park playground is one of those few playgrounds in Dublin, which are not really suitable for children under 2-3. Of course they can always play in the sand, swing in one of the baby swings recently added or jump up and down in the puddles, but there is no playing equipment that is solely designed for them and moreover, the playground is not fenced. In spite of this, Chimney Park playground is groovy and innovative featuring playing equipment that cannot be found anywhere in the city. ...
Stillorgan Heath playground
  • Currently 4.00/5

This playground is definitely the brother of the one found on Patrick Doyle Road, Dublin 14. http://dublinfox.com/show/playgrounds/Patrick%20Doyle%20Road.html It is a modern, wooden playground, suitable for toddlers and older kids alike. As its surface is rather uneven, it might challenge wobblers and I think even the smaller slide is dangerous for the youngest visitors (it is not "closed" enough, they might fall easily if they lose their balance), so if your child is under two, you should ...
Airfield Farm House
  • Currently 5.00/5

Airfield Farm is a working farm in the heart of Dublin 14, close to Dundrum Shopping Centre. It has been completely refurbished in the past few years and it is continuously improving to offer a more and more complex experience for visitors. It is perfect for a family day out, but unlike many pet farms, it is worth visiting without kids as well, because it is really enjoyable for adults, too. In the estate, you can find an indoor and an outdoor play area: the former is suitable for toddlers ...

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