Family Fun


Discover Ireland, a land of unparalleled scenic beauty has something to offer every member of the family! Experience the Emerald Isle by visiting its popular cities from vibrant Dublin to Galway, and the magnificent Giant ’s Causeway.

  • Day 1: Belfast

    Family Fun Belfast City Tour: Explore the magnificent city of Belfast on an exciting Open Bus tour. The city tour provides you with a comprehensive look of several iconic landmarks such as the Parliament Buildings and Stormont Estate, St George’s Market, the old Cathedral Quarter and the Belfast Peace Wall among others.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 2: Belfast-Giant ’s Causeway-Belfast

    Family Fun Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge: The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a wobbling, swinging introduction to the Causeway Coast. Children will enjoy the challenge of crossing the rope bridge to Carrick-a-Rede Island, while gazing at the views of Rathlin Islands and Scotland’s sea cliffs as the Atlantic Ocean boils and bubbles below and the wind sways the bridge.
    Giant’s Causeway and Visitor Centre: The Giant’s Causeway is renowned for its polygonal columns and fabulous landscapes. All members of the family will enjoy this stunning vista. Kids will love the legend of Irish Giant Finn MacCool and Scottish giant Bennadonner and finding the various objects from the legend such as Finn MacCool’s camel and Bennadonner’s boot among others. Top it off, with sitting on the Giant’s Wishing Chair and making a wish. Legend has it that all wishes will come true.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 3: Belfast

    Family Fun Titanic Belfast: The adventure begins the minute you walk through the door. Children can be brought deep into the stories of the passengers, the crew and the heroes of the day; relive the drama of the tragic end to the Titanic’s maiden, and only, voyage, and visit the wreck at her resting place on the floor of the North Atlantic. The highlight of the visit for young and old alike is the Shipyard Ride, where you must ascend a replica of one of the huge pillars of the Arrol Gantry to embark on the Ride – an electronic dark ride that uses special effects, animations and full-scale reconstructions to recreate the reality of shipbuilding in the early 1900s.
    W5 Belfast: With over 250 amazing interactive exhibits in four exhibition areas, W5 Belfast, an award winning science and discovery centre, provides a unique experience as well as fantastic fun for visitors of all ages. In addition to permanent exhibits, W5 also presents a changing programme of large and small scale temporary exhibitions and events. They also have a daily programme of live science demonstrations and shows throughout the day.
    Belfast Zoo: The Belfast Zoological Garden is home to more than 140 species of animals included Barbary lions, red kangaroos, spider monkeys, giraffes and bears as well as a bird park. Besides giving kids the chance to observe several rare animals, the zoo also includes a children’s playground and designated picnic areas.
    Overnight in Belfast.

  • Day 4: Belfast-Dublin

    family-fun Viking Splash Tour: This exciting Dublin tour combines authentic World War II amphibious vehicles – the DUKWs – with an imaginative and exciting Viking-themed tour. With such a rich, water-based history to Dublin, there are few better ways of telling this story than with vehicles capable of travelling on both land and water. The concept is unique, colourful and a little crazy, and so guaranteed to be a roaring success with all members of the family.
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 5: Dublin

    family-fun Trinity College and Book of Kells: Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth 1, the College is located in the very heart of Dublin City. The 40 acre site retains some of its ancient seclusion of cobbled squares, gardens and parks. Inside Trinity College is housed the Book of Kells, one of the world’s most famous manuscripts with its ornately decorated pages.
    The Guinness Storehouse: All you need to know about Ireland’s most famous beer. A floor by floor exhibition gives an account of the history of the ‘black stuff’ culminating with a glass in the high top ‘Gravity’ Bar with the best views of Dublin city. Children can try their hand at pouring a perfect pint of Guinness for their parents and get certified for doing so!
    Overnight in Dublin.

  • Day 6: Dublin-Kildare-Cork

    family-fun The National Stud and Gardens: The National Stud and Japanese Gardens, Tully, Kildare town, Co. Kildare is a wonderful attraction featuring an equine museum and stunning manicured gardens. Children will love to see the thoroughbred horses up close as well as the opportunity to see the newborn foals in their enclosure.
    Overnight in Cork.

  • Day 7: Cork-Galway

    family-fun Trabolgan Holiday Village: Trabolgan Holiday Village is well known for its magical surroundings excellent facilities and range of family-friendly indoor and outdoor activities, from the indoor pool paradise, kids’ fun clubs, indoor and outdoor play areas to live character shows and meet and greet and in addition to this, an evening entertainment programme.
    Overnight in Cork.

  • Day 8: Clare

    family-fun Doolin Cave: Doolin Cave, Co. Clare is one of Europe’s most compelling cave attractions. It is a truly authentic experience. ‘The Great Stalactite’ is here and this is your only opportunity to see such a large free hanging stalactite anywhere in the world. From the moment you descend over 80ft into the first tunnel, with your guide, you will enter a world carved by water. Donning your hard hat, you will follow the roughhewn route of the early explorers who first discovered Doolin Cave. Doolin Cave recently opened a new Farmland Nature Trail, which is free for its visitors. The trail takes you to the original cave entrance set in a magical glade. Along the way you will encounter farm animals, such as rare breeds of cattle, pygmy goats, Soay and Jacob sheep, ducks and chickens. With petting animals in the summer months, families are sure to love it.
    Bunratty Castle: A visit to County Clare should always include a trip to Bunratty Castle and the adjoining folk park. In the folk park, 19th Century life has been vividly recreated. Set on 26 acres, the impressive park features over 30 buildings, including a schoolhouse, post office and doctor’s house in a living village setting. Bunratty Folk Park also includes Ardcroney Church, a former Church of Ireland building which was painstakingly moved, stone by stone, from County Tipperary, to Bunratty.
    Overnight in Galway.

  • Day 9: Galway

    family-fun Delphi Mountain Resort: Delphi Mountain Resort is a truly unique place which offers fully tailored family activity breaks to suit all ages. Children can get back to nature and have some drenalin-fuelled fun through a range of activities such as crag climbing, archery, kayaking, canoeing, surfing, raft building and snorkelling among others.
    Overnight in Galway.

  • Day 10: Dublin