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[title size=”2″]Description[/title]

Ireland’s third most popular paying attraction, the National Aquatic Centre was opened in 2003 and serves over 5000 members. On-site is an Olympic-sized swimming pool, which hosted the pre-Olympic training camps for 16 swimming teams in 2012, as well as ToneZone, a gymnasium equipped with fitness, spa and cardiovascular health facilities. Swimming lessons are offered through the Swim Ireland Child Learn to Swim Programme.

The National Aquatic Centre is also home to AquaZone, an indoor water park with three slides, a surfing machine, a wave pool, the Lazy River attraction and a pirate ship-themed play area for children under 5 years of age. AquaZone alone brought over 800,000 visitors to the NAC in 2012, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ireland.

The AquaZone theme park and Olympic International Competition Pool operate under separate schedules, which may vary during holidays, sport seasons and renovations; tourists planning to visit either attraction should check the National Aquatic Centre website in advance when planning their trip.

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Monday to Friday – 6am to 10pm
Weekends – 8am to 8pm

Sales Office
Monday to Thursday – 9am to 9pm
Friday – 9am to 7pm
Weekends – 10am to 6pm

Monday to Friday – 9am to 8pm
Weekends – 10am to 7:30pm

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Gym membership is required to use ToneZone facilities.

Group, 20 or more – € 9.50 per person
Family, 1 adult and 3 children – € 42.15
Family, 2 adults and w children – € 44.30

International Competition Pool
Adults – € 7.50
Children – € 5.50
Children 3 and Under: Free

Discounts available from 10-12 am.


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[title size=”2″]Location[/title]
Marino, Dublin 3
Telephone: +353 1 6464300
Email: sales@nac.ie
WEBSITE: http://www.nationalaquaticcentre.ie/

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