Discover Hidden Dublin
Avoid the stereotypical Dublin bucket list and explore the city in a whole new way. Dublin is full of hidden gems that are often left unexplored. Go and see and do things you’ve never seen or done before.
Wakeboard In the heart of the Dublin Docklands
‘Wakedock’ - Wakeboard within the business district of Dublin surrounded by the likes of the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre – how cool!
Head along and hear all about tales and folklore of mythical Ireland. You will go on an amazing adventure guided by storytellers who fill your imagination with their captivating storytelling.
Walk back in time, back into Victorian time. Also known as the museum of national history – head along to learn and have fun for free.
Jump off the Forty-Foot
Named as one of the best places to swim in the world by the New York Times, the forty foot, situated near Dún Laoghaire, is a great escape from the city.
Kayak with seals in Dalkey
Another great escape from Dublin city – head Kayaking in Dalkey and say hello to the friendly seals.
The Hungry Tree
The ‘hungry tree’ is currently swallowing a cast iron bench located on the grounds of the law school on Constitution Hill – a stunning part of the north inner-city history.
Deer Watching Phoenix Park
Visit Europe’s biggest walled city park and see the home of a herd of wild fallow deer. While you are there you can also visit Áras an Uachtaráin.
Cocktails at Vintage Cocktail Club
Slip into the mystery of the Vintage Cocktail Club, hidden behind a discreet doorway in Dublin’s Temple Bar.
An escape from the city life – Airfield Estate is perfect for all ages. They have an animal farm, stunning gardens and great food offerings all situated amongst natural heritage.