Having an Eggs-iting Kids Easter in Dublin!

Events, Things to Do, What's New — By paul on April 19, 2011 at 5:53 pm

For Sporty Types

The GAA Museum is hosting a series of Easter Egg Hunts for families at Croke Park Stadium in the build-up to Easter Sunday. Visitors can take part in special guided tours of the stadium, collect clues and find tokens to collect Cadbury Easter Eggs

For Country Folk

Easter Sunday at Airfield Farm & Gardens is made all the more special as over 50 beautiful new spring lambs have just joined the Airfield Farm family. Activities include a special Easter Nature Trail, egg-and-spoon races, storytelling, art activities and lots more. Getting There: From St Stephen’s Green take the Luas Light Railway Sandyford green line to Balally Station; from there it’s a short walk.

For Celebrity Seekers

Between now and 24th April, look out for Easter Eggs hidden throughout the Wax Plus Museum. In the Children’s World section, Sponge Bob Square Pants and Bob the Builder, will be tucking into their chocolate eggs.

For Mad Hatters

The Mad Hatters Tea Party, at Deerpark, Mount Merrion, Dun Laoghaire on Easter Sunday begins at 1pm.  A white rabbit, a mad Hatter and a little girl called Alice host a tea party complete with a tea cup ride, giant chess, croquet, a hat walk, balloons, an Easter trail and lots of surprises. Dress appropriately, the madder the better! Getting there: enquire at the tourist office.

Tags: Airfield Farm & Gardens, Dublin, Dublin Easter, Easter Egg Hunts, Easter Sunday, GAA Museum, Mad Hatters Tea Party, Wax Plus Museum

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