1. The Chocolate Warehouse
Learn how chocolate is made. A hands-on experience, where you get to make, package and take home your own chocolates.
2. The GAA Museum and Croke Park
3. Imaginosity, Dublin’s Children’s Museum
Based on the concept of “Hands On, Minds On” learning, Imaginosity is a place where creative learning and play connect!
4. National Leprechaun Museum
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Leprechaun Museum, Dublin
5. Dublin Writers Museum
At the Writers Museum, Dublin’s literary celebrities from the past three hundred years are brought to life through their books, letters, portraits and personal items.
6. Lambert Puppet Theater
The Lambert Puppet Theatre creates and presents its own productions at the Theatre. The Puppet Theatre also plays host to visiting puppet companies as well as the annual event The International Puppet Festival.
7. Dublin Zoo
Lions and tigers and bears! Oh my! Dublin Zoo is one of Ireland's top visitor attractions and is located in the Phoenix Park, Dublin 8.
8. Dublinia & the Viking World
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9. National Wax Museum
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10. National Museum of Natural History
The National Museum of Ireland - Natural History has approximately ten thousand animals on display which have been drawn from the museum's collections of over two million specimens. These collections have been accumulating for over two centuries. Today this zoological museum encompasses outstanding examples of wildlife from Ireland and the far corners of the globe, some still to be seen today and others long extinct.
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