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This weekend is Father's Day and, to help you celebrate, all Daddies go free to the National Wax Museum in Dublin. Why not meet his favourite rock stars, have a photo with Fr. Ted or scare the grey hair off his head in the Chamber of Horrors!
The Danny Boy Jazz & Blues Festival have teamed up with Carrowmena for a Family Fun Day on Sunday. There will be lots of different activities on offer, at reduced prices, for the whole family along with live music throughout the day.
Bloomsday celebrates Thursday, 16 June 1904, the day depicted in James Joyce’s novel Ulysses. The Bloomsday Festival is now a week-long event from 11th to 16th featuring guided tours, music, theatre, workshops, readings and lots of straw boater hats.
All the ingredients for a magnificent mid-summer Park Festival in Tralee featuring dog shows, face painting, balloon modelling,bouncy castles, gardening & flower demonstrations, music, dance and lots more.
Ever wondered what insects live in your garden? Join Dr Karina Dingerkus at the National Museum of Ireland | Country Life to find out, and to learn about the amazing creatures that live on their grounds and why they are so important.
The 11-day festival, runnning from 13th - 23rd June, will have an incredible variety of activities for the whole family, suitable for all age groups, with music, circus, dance, arts and crafts workshops, high-flying performances and spectacular science.
The10th Anniversary takes place this year with a great lineup of Salty Sea Sea Shanty Bands, family fun activities and a surprise Pirate Invasion on Sunday 16th.
Over four indulgent days the city’s latest, greatest and hottest restaurants each fashioned together exquisite signature dishes, allowing visitors to create their dream tasting menu at the ultimate foodie festival.
The Show will provide visitors with an exciting range of experiences over 10 interlinked zones, including the Agricultural show, Home & Garden show, Food and Drink Fest, Livestock Show, Equine Show, Dog Show, Vintage Rally, Retail Zone, Kids Zone and Entertainment Zone.
A four-day celebration of children's rights, arts and culture with a weekend of art, theatre, dance, games and film.
Ireland is the first, and only, country in the world to have a national day of free creativity for children and young people under 18. Cruinniú na nÓg returns this year on 15th June with free events for children all over the country.
Spring would not be the same without the annual classic car show in Wells House – a great day out for all the family with cars from every generation! There will also be a vintage tractor display, BBQ, live music, Mr Toad from Wind in The Willows and with proceeds going to Make-A-Wish