Top Family Attractions


Take the stress out of a family visit to Dublin by booking one of our family rooms. Located in the heart of Dublin City, Trinity City Hotel is the perfect base for visiting the top family attractions.


Please note that opening times of individual attractions and venues may vary, in light of the current situation with Covid-19. For the most up-to-date information regarding opening times and ticket prices, please refer to the individual website of these attractions.

Dublin Zoo and Phoenix Park

Dublin Zoo is an obvious choice – you can spend few hours or a whole day wandering around. Get in early to see animal feeding times – the zoo-keepers are a great source of information and your kids will absolutely love them! The African Plains is a great addition to the Zoo, and seeing the animals up close is really exciting for the kids.

Please note that Dublin Zoo is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines. The Phoenix Park remains open to visitors.



Learn about Dublin’s past, and how we have all been influenced by the Viking and Medieval eras, with magnificent artefacts on display - including those found at the famous Wood Quay excavations. Finish your visit by climbing an original medieval tower, a 96 step climb to the top, where you can see spectacular views of the city.

Please note that Dublinia is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.


The National Wax Museum

The National Wax Museum Plus offers a museum experience unlike any other - whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun-seeker - The National Wax Museum Plus is the ultimate entertainment experience for all.

Please note that The National Wax Museum is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.



Take the opportunity to unlock the treasures and stories of Ireland’s capital city with free self-guided Dublin discovery walking trails. Let magical tales of the city's colourful past weave their spell as you wander from trail to trail, each one accessible when you download the Dublin Discovery Trails App.


This working farm allows guests of all ages to learn about food, farming and nature in a relaxed urban setting in Dundrum. Kids can explore at Naturescape with an interactive play area for 4-12 year olds, which is located in the woodland walk area.

Please note that Airfield Estate is currently only open to annual pass holders within 5km.



A LUAS ride away from city centre, this mini-golf centre is located in Dundrum Town Centre. Mini-golf set in a rainforest? Sounds amazing and your kids will love it!

Please note that Rainforest Adventure Golf is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.


AquaZone at the National Aquatic Centre

This is like an underwater playground for kids: there's a pirate ship and wave pool as well as a few water slides, so there's plenty of things to do. There are few great grown-up slides as well, so parents can swap on the babysitting duty and try really cool rides in the meantime!

Please note that The National Aquatic Centre is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.


Awesome Walls

Awesome Walls Dublin is one of the largest indoor climbing centres in Europe. With over 2000 square metres of dedicated climbing surface, more than 1000 square meters of bouldering, 18m lead walls and ~ 250 climbing routes; there really is something fun and challenging for everybody to try.

Please note that Awesome Walls is temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.