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Imaginosity playcentre
  • Currently 4.00/5


Imaginosity is the ultimate playcentre for children in Dublin. ...
Airfield Farm
  • Currently 4.67/5


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 enjoyable for adults, too. In the estate, you can find an indoor and an outdoor play area: the former is suitable for toddlers (but my ...
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 ...
Sandymount Strand
  • Currently 4.00/5


A lovely, long strech of sandy beach where the sea can be seen only at high tide. Its promenade is very popular by walkers, dog-walkers and joggers. Not long ago some cool outdoor fitness equipment has been installed at six locations along the seafront. At high tide it is a perfect spot for a paddle on sunny days, but when the sea is nowhere to be seen, it is still popular with families due to its silky sand. ...
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. On the positive side: it is supervised by the staff of the playcentre, so there are no six-year-olds disturbing the littlies. The playframe is divided into two: there is an area suitable for toddlers and younger kids and ...



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