3 Dublin Kid-Friendly
Enjoy a star-studded meet and greet at Dublin’s National Wax Museum and come face-to-face with movie stars, politicians and pop icons. Marvel over the lifelike waxworks of Irish writers like James Joyce and Oscar Wilde; pose for photos with Irish icons like U2, Liam Neeson and Ronan Keating; brave a visit to Dracula’s Chamber of Horrors; or make your very own wax hand (extra cost). The fun interactive exhibitions are both educational and entertaining, with the chance to learn about Irish history, discover the human body and even have a go at being a record producer!
Enjoy a day of fun for the whole family at Bray’s National SEA LIFE Centre. Only 12 miles south of Dublin, Bray is the longest established seaside town in Ireland. While visiting the beautiful beach, check out the Sea Life Centre and explore this aquatic zoo’s amazing collection including over 30 displays and 1,000 marine creatures. It’s a perfect choice for both tourists and residents.
Dublin's Newest and Spookiest Children's Attraction The Ghostbus Kids Tour brings you to visit Dublin's Dark Side on a tour they'll never forget! Learn the gruesome stories of Dublin's worst fiends; -Hear of Mad William's taste for human brains -Listen to the story of Dublin's Count O'Dracula -Discover the secrets of the Bodysnatchers and much more! The Ghostbus Kids Tour is aimed at kids aged 7-14 and combines educational stories and interactive games, with plenty laughter and fun, all set within Dublin's famous Ghostbus. The tour storyteller is a professional actor and children's entertainer who will keep your kids entertained throughout and make it a very special day for all.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
What are the best Kid-Friendly in Dublin?
The best Kid-Friendly in Dublin according to Viator travelers are:
- Skip the Line: The National Wax Museum Admission Ticket
- Sea Life Bray Entrance Ticket
- Ghostbus Kids Tour
What tours in Dublin are taking additional safety precautions?
- Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)
- Dublin Phoenix Park
- Giant's Causeway
- Dublin Zoo
- Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship
- O’Connell Bridge
- St. Audoen's Church
- Irish Whiskey Museum
- Aviva Stadium
- Dublin General Post Office (GPO)
- Monasterboice (Mainistir Bhuithe)
- Newbridge House and Farm
- National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
- The Hill of Tara (Teamhair)
- Trim Castle
- Little Museum of Dublin
- Dublin Cruise Port
- Kildare Village
- Wicklow Way
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