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Meerkat Play Cafe playcentre
  • Currently 4.33/5

A lovely, clean little play cafe for small children. It targets children between 0-5 years, but children between 0-2years (perhaps 3 at a push) would get the most enjoyment from this cafe. No trikes, cars, scooters just lovely solid wooden toys. The cafe is run by its owners, Antish and Gosia who are very keen to please their customers. Nice coffee / tea and yummy homemade cakes and sandwiches are available. Unfortunately parking is not easy in front of the building, as there are not many ...
Little Monkeys Play Cafe playcentre
  • Currently 2.50/5

Little Monkey's play cafe is one of the few play cafes located in the North side of Dublin. We visited this place on an ugly, rainy day, so we were really relieved when we found this warm haven after a long-long search. (For some reasons, we approached Hadden Park from the East, so we very completely lost and in the area nobody could gave us directions where to turn.) Anyway, Little Monkey's play cafe focuses on younger kids, aged 0 to 5, but as most of these places, it is more exciting for ...
Enchancia Party Venue playcentre
  • Currently 3.67/5

Unfortunately Enchancia ceased to provide toddler mornings and it is not open for drop-in visitors any more. However, it still hosts private parties for kids and camps in the summer. ...
Babyccino Play Cafe playcentre
  • Currently 3.00/5

Babyccino play cafe is not the luckiest play cafe as far as its location is concerned, as this current place is its third venue. Unfortunately this is not ideal either as there is no natural light in the play cafe at all, which is a bit a daunting especially in the winter. Otherwise, in the cafe there is a good selection of toys suitable for babies and toddlers and there is a small bouncy castle and a ball pool as well. This play cafe is not the most spacious one in Dublin, but if you live in ...
Tallaght Adventure World playcentre
  • Currently 3.67/5

Tallaght Adventure World is just a few minutes' drive from the Square. Unfortunately there are not many parking slots in front of its building, so it might be a bit of a challenge to find a free place for your car on a rainy Saturday. The playcentre itself is not too big, yet its atmosphere is cosy. There are two separate play areas: one for babies under 3 and one for older kids. The soft play area is absolutely safe for the little ones: there is a ball pool, a short slide and a few padded ...

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