Imaginosity, the Dublin Children’s Museum

A family trip to Imaginosity (aka the Dublin Children’s Museum) is a sure-fire way to entertain youngsters eager to learn about play through a series of imaginative exhibits. Aimed at kids under 9, the various displays and activities present aim to encourage young children to work together, enjoy themselves and learn a bit along the way. The museum is particularly keen to emphasise expression and art, while the building also features a rooftop playground with an eco-friendly theme.

Imaginosity, the Dublin Children's Museum exterior

Families with infants and toddlers will be pleased to find a huge range of toys designed to interest the under 3s, while children a bit older can enjoy everything from the theatre which encourage kids to act, and the maths house which has toys to help little ones learn counting. One of the most popular areas is the puppeteer’s room, where dozens of wonderful creatures are recreated as lively, colourful puppets.

Children playing in Imaginosity's kitchen exhibit

Address: Imaginosity, The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Dublin 18, D18 A7Y5, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 217 6130
Email: info@imaginosity.ie
Website: http://www.imaginosity.ie/