1. Imaginosity, Dublin’s Children’s Museum (The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18)
With the ethos of hands-on play and stimulating young imaginations, this is definitely not a regular museum. Aimed at kids under nine, the displays are designed with lifelong learning in mind. Kids can sing, dance, dress-up in the theater area, be mechanics at The Garage, be TV presenters or doctors at The Apple A Day Surgery. Up on the rooftop they learn about sustainability and meet the Eco Badger. You need to book in advance for this museum, and note that during peak times tickets are timed for two hours.
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