Entertainment in Dublin

From popular events in Ireland to exciting family days out, Dublin is a city with something for everyone. Experience fun activities like chocolate making classes and interactive museum tours when you’re looking for things to do with the kids in Dublin, and thrill-seekers won’t want to miss out on top-rated Dublin activities like mountain biking, rock-climbing and more near our Dublin hotels.

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Top indoor entertainment in Dublin

This bustling capital city of Ireland has plenty to keep the little ones entertained throughout family breaks in Dublin. Learn all about how your favourite sweet treats are made and get hands on at the Butler’s Chocolate Experience, one of the top family days out in Dublin, and teenagers will love visiting some other thrilling Dublin indoor activities like escape rooms at the GoQuest Arena and the rock walls at the Dublin Climbing Centre. 

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Climbing Centre

Climbing Centre

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Cycling trails

Cycling trails

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Top outdoor entertainment in Dublin

With so many fun things to do outdoors in Dublin, don’t miss out on getting out there and exploring the great outdoors in Ireland during your trip. Adrenaline junkies looking for cycling trails near Dublin can try mountain biking around Ticknock in the Dublin Mountains, or why not get a taste of Irish culture and try your hand at experiencing traditional Gaelic Games? Plus, for major sporting events in Ireland, the city’s Croke Park Stadium is unmissable. 

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Top events near Dublin

From outdoor shows in Saint Anne’s Park to live music events in Dublin venues, this city hosts an exciting range of festivals for locals and tourists alike to enjoy all year round. Enjoy a day out at the races at the Dublin Racing Festival or ‘Horse Show’, experience local culture at the long-running Kilkenny Arts Festival, and get a taste of the best seafood in Ireland at the Galway Oyster Festival – a top event for foodies! And of course, short breaks in Dublin during the springtime wouldn’t be complete without visiting the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade in March. 

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