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If you are looking for something to educate and fire the imaginations of your little ones, Imaginosity, Dublin Children’s Museum is designed to inspire and entertain children under 9 and their families, in a creative and interactive space over three floors.

Level one offers a miniature town for children to experience their own community as they take charge of the butcher’s, supermarket, post office and bank. Kids with more professional ambitions can specialise in medicine in Dr Apple-a-day’s Surgery or learn the workings of a brand new Audi in The Garage.

The second level focuses on performing arts, with costumes and areas to encourage them to sing, dance, act or even read the news. This level also holds the Construction Zone where young builders can start to learn their trade.

The Roof Garden is an open area where children can learn about eco-friendly energy solutions and play with a variety of apparatus such as leaf swings or the caterpillar during the friendly summer months.

Running through all three floors is The Climber, a safe, stimulating climbing experience with adventures all the way up. First and second levels have special areas called Tir Na Nog and Little me with activities for very young children, and there is a café and gift shop on site.

Imaginosity is aimed at the children, but designed to get the adults involved as well, encouraging families to enjoy imaginative and creative time together, with enough facilities to ensure no one gets bored.

Opening Times

Monday – 1.30pm to 5.30pm

Tuesday through Friday – 9.30am to 5.30pm

Saturday & Sunday – 10.00am to 6.00pm

Bank Holiday Mondays – 9.30am to 5.30pm

 

Open Bank Holidays except 24th, 25th, 26th December and 1st January.

 

Admission Prices

 

Adults – €8.00

Students/Seniors – €7.00

Children over 3 – €8.00

Toddlers 1 to 2 – €6.00

Babies 6 to 12 months – €2.00

Infants under 6 months – Free

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