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Dublin really has something for everyone. If you are having a break with the girls, your family or your loved one, there is so much to do see and do in Dublin - it won’t disappoint.

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Maldron Hotel Pearse Street location is perfect for exploring all the sights and sounds that Dublin city centre has to offer. There are great restaurants, pubs, museums, parks, attractions for the children and a bus tour is a great way to orientate yourself with this vibrant city.

Some of our favourites are:

St Stephen’s Green

they say that the best things in life are free! St Stephen’s Green is located about 10 minute walk (with children) from Maldron Hotel Pearse Street. Adults will be charmed by the stunning Victorian park in the city centre whilst kids will love the playground and duckpond. Watch out for free outdoor lunchtime concerts in the summertime.

The Ark

The Ark is the first children’s centre for culture. Collaborating with Irish and International Artists the team at The Ark develop inspirational and playful programmes for children aged 3-14 years including theatre, dance, poetry, arts and crafts.

Natural History Museum

Known affectionately by Dubliners as “the dead zoo”, a visit to the Natural History Museum is a must for all families but make sure to allow plenty of time to enjoy this great attraction. FREE ADMISSION

Dublin Zoo

Speaking of Zoos, Dublin Zoo is an amazing 60 acres of park in the city transports families to the Arctic, the plains of Africa and Indian Rainforests before kids visit Pets’ Corner and the City Farm. Visit the website for details of opening hours, admission prices and family packages.

Imaginosity

Dublin’s Children’s Museum. Suitable for children up to 9 years of age this museum has been designed to stimulate children’s natural curiosity and ability to explore. Visit the website for directions, public transport options, opening hours and prices.

Viking Splash Tours

Viking Splash Tours is a really enjoyable way to see Dublin. This experience is fun for all ages and is something different as you will enter the water at Grand Canal Basin. You will go past the Naomh Eanna Ferry which used to be the only link the Aran Islands had with the mainland. The old Boland’s Mill, famous as one of the battlegrounds of the 1916 rising and the U2 recording studios will also be part of this adventure.