Dublin Family Attractions
Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo
Wild Lights makes its dazzling return to Dublin Zoo from 28th October 2021 – 9th January 2022. This fantastic night-time experience takes you on an unforgettable adventure ‘around the world’, with a breath-taking display of giant illuminated silk lanterns. See the legendary global landmarks from around the world lit up in all of their glory. When you stay at Ashling Hotel, we offer children a goodie bag to enjoy when visiting the Wild Lights at Dublin Zoo.
Tayto Park is located just 35 minutes from Ashling Hotel by car. As Ireland’s only theme park, this is a day out bound to thrill and excite. This amusement park boasts over 100 attractions and a zoo, so there is plenty to enjoy for family members of all ages. Don’t forget to pick up your complimentary goodie bag from Ashling Hotel when visiting Tayto Park!
A trip to the panto is essential for Christmas time and something the whole family will enjoy. There is plenty to see this year, so grab your free goodie bag from us here at Ashling Hotel and enjoy the show!
No need for a time machine with Dublinia, the minute you step inside you are transported back to the Viking and Medieval times. See what life was almost exactly like onboard a Viking warship, learn and get to hold (with supervision of course) weaponry and better yet try on Viking clothing. Learn the myths and stories in a smoky Viking home from the incredible Vikings/ tour guides.
Imaginosity– Dublin Children’s Museum
Imaginosity is Ireland’s only interactive children’s museum for the under 9’s. Since opening back in 2007, the team have welcomed over 650,00 to the museum. The museum offers a wide variety of workshops and classes in arts and crafts, computers, music and theatre every day in the Art Studio, in the Children’s Theatre Space and in the Cyber Room – and better yet most are free with admission. Your little one will be busy and filled with knowledge and fun.
The Little Museum Of Dublin
The Little Museum, is the perfect for little ones with a curious mind but longs for the fun learning. Suitable for both adults and children, tour guides give children special attention throughout their tour of Dublin as they fill in worksheets, quizzes and in return get a prize and a badge for their participation.
People who share a passion for food and nature must go visit Airfield Estate. The team run creative events and programmes, using food to help build life skills in children and offering adults of all abilities the opportunity to learn and socialise in a relaxed and friendly environment. Proving children cookery lessons, an open farm yard, play areas and not mention top class restaurants, Airfield is the perfect family day out.
Located in Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo is Ireland’s biggest family attraction, seeing over one million visitors a year. Founded in 1831 and since then has expanded to a beautiful, 28 hectare zoo full of caring professionals devote their lives to the welfare and care of animals and to understand their needs. This zoo is home to over 400 rare, exotic and endangered animals from all around the world.