You may have made the pilgrimage to Dublin Zoo before, but you’ll be surprised how much easier it is to enjoy yourself when you aren’t travelling since the crack of dawn or trying to leave in time to beat the M50 rush hour! Step into the home of over 400 rare, exotic and endangered animals from around the world. With lots of outdoor areas to explore it makes for the perfect family activity in the heart of the city.
Stop for a family bite at:Gaillot et Gray - Possibly the most kid friendly restaurant in Dublin, and that’s not even its selling point..their artisan breads, pizzas and speciality coffee is.
Visit Phoenix Park and make sure to keep an eye out for the 400 plus deer that live there, you can usually catch them by the Popes Cross. Spotting them by foot can be difficult as they have over 1,750 acres but if you rent a bike and pack a picnic you can make a day of it.
Stop for a family bite at:Boat House - The Boat House Restaurant in Phoenix Park is one of Dublin’s best kept secrets!"
Dive into Ireland’s past at EPIC – The Irish Emigration Museum. The state-of-the-art visitor experience explores the inspiring journey taken by over 10 million people who left Ireland and the remarkable impression Irish people and culture have left on the global stage.
Stop for a family bite at:Ely - Ireland’s oldest wine bar and a real treat! The ‘Little people’ menu serves top quality fare & half portions of selected a la carte dishes.
Travel back to Viking and Medieval times at Dublinia. Try on Viking clothes, play medieval games and climb to the top of the medieval tower. You will leave knowing more about Dublin and it's citizens through the ages.
Stop for a family bite at:Ann’s Bakery - No better place to take the family than a family run business. A bakery shop, restaurant and deli all in one.
At Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin, our Safe Stay Code has been received very positively by our guests since we re-opened. The safety of our staff and our guests is of paramount importance and we would ask that before you travel, that you familiarise yourself with the most recent guidelines and updates www.gov.ie. We look forward to welcoming you soon.