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    A blog about a trip I took with my two kids...hope it helps!


    Janet over 7 years ago

    Answered by Janet E. Dore Janet E. Dore via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    SO many things! Where are you headed? And there's a great website, called Ireland with Kids. You can also check out IrishFireside.com.

    We loved staying on the Ring of Kerry - climbing around Staigue Fort, getting chocolate from the Skellig Chocolate Factory, seeing history at Derrynane house. Definitely tour the Gap of Dunloe. I wrote about free things to do on the Ring of Kerry: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/best/traveling/10-free-or-almost-free-things-do-ring-kerry.html

    Our daughter was also entranced with Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Worth a visit! over 7 years ago

    Answered by Jessica V via Site_iconTripping
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    Dublin Zoo in the Phoenix Park.
    Phoenix Park has deer & a large childrens playground.
    Fry model railway at Malahide Castle.
    There's some petting farm outside Dublin.
    Tayto theme park near Ashbourne, Co. Meath not too far from Dublin. Tayto are famous potato crisps in Ireland.
    Walking in the mountains on established trails.
    Horseriding such as at Killegar Stables not too far from Dublin.
    The Aquatic Cenre near Blanchardtown in west Dublin.
    The big wheel at the eastern end of the Luas Green Line.
    In Bray, County Wicklow south of Dublin there is the aquarium.
    Dublinia near Christ Church.
    Dublin even has its own Leprecaun Musemn now and it has a
    Wax Musemn.
    Ghost Tour.


    I reckon they'd find the train trip from Cork to Cobh exciting. A stop off enroute at Fota Wildlife Park is a must & I reckon they'd like the Heritage Centre in Cobh. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Hilary via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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