Crag Cave is a colourful wonderland of Stalagmites and Stalactites. It is one of the longest cave systems in Ireland, with a total surveyed length of 3.80kms The existence of the cave was known locally for years, but it was only discovered by cavers in th
The unique karst landscape of the Burren Region is home to Aillwee Cave and the Burren Birds of Prey, located in Ballyvaughan. This stunning creation of nature was formed by the melt waters of a prehistoric ice age.
Visit the Butlers Chocolate Experience - the ultimate chocolate discovery tour in Ireland! Learn about the history of chocolate as you watch the Butlers chocolate movie in the private cinema, wander around the chocolate museum and enjoy the aroma from the
CIT Blackrock Castle Observatory - the Space for Science is Cork’s fun and exciting location to learn about the Universe. Today the Castle is a science centre and is home to Cosmos at the Castle, an award winning interactive astronomy exhibition which hig
Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre is a premier and unique tourist destination in Ireland. A fun day out for all the family.
At Fota Wildlife Park You can come face to face with the animals as they roam freely around the park and see them feeding and foraging for food. Our specially-constructed Cheetah Run is a popular hit as crowds can witness the speed and power that makes th
On the famous Ring of Kerry you and your family can visit a traditional, family run sheep farm with approximately 1000 mountain sheep and lambs. If you love the Irish sheep but can’t take them home. Why not adopt one of these cuddly animals on the farm!
The National Wax Museum is a remarkably original attraction, which has been designed to bring a truly interactive experience. Your tour of the museum will take you on a voyage through Irish cultural tradition, through a captivating children’s zone of disc
Situated in the south west of Ireland, Adare is one of Ireland's prettiest and most picturesque villages and is a haven for those wishing to escape and unwind taking in its medieval surroundings. Adare's streets are lined with original thatched cottages survived for hundreds of years. Some of the cottages are kept by local restaurants and Arts & Crafts shops, but many are still privately owned.
There is no other landscape in Europe with the density and variety of historic monuments as the Dingle Peninsula. This mountainous stretch of land has supported various clans and populations for almost 6,000 years. Because of the its remote location there is a remarkable preservation of over 2,000 monuments. From Dingle there are also a number of day trips which your family may enjoy including the nearby Ring of Kerry and Clare.
Kilkenny City is long renowned as Ireland’s Medieval Capital, the city’s origins date back more than 1,500 years. Characterised by beautifully restored old buildings and covered slipways, Kilkenny City is small and compact enough to explore on foot, yet full of fascinating, historical buildings, and contemporary shops, design galleries, cafés and restaurants.
Below you will find a summary of these day trips. Please note, on booking your package with us you will receive a much more detailed document with maps, attraction discounts and detailed directions. Your closest airport for this family airport will be Cork Airport however this airport is quite small so you may not get an international arrival here. If you do choose another airport we will gladly change your itinerary to suit.