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Entertainment & Activities

Browse a selection of things to do while supporting small business

Dingle Oceanworld Aquarium

Oceanworld Aquarium is located in Dingle, County Kerry and is Ireland’s largest aquarium.  Our Aquarium hosts a collection of magnificent Sand Tiger Sharks, Gentoo Penguins , Asian Short-Clawed Otters and includes an abundance of different fish species.

Leisuremax

Leisuremax is the No 1 fun filled family entertainment venue in Wexford, the sunny south east of Ireland. We are also the ideal location for your child’s Birthday Party, we take the hassle out of everything including the catering, entertainment and the clean up after..

Astro Park

Located in Coolock and Tallaght, Astropark is Dublin’s best all-weather venue for 5-aside football, kids parties and all round great fun. We cater for all ages and specialise in Corporate Activities as well as kids outdoor camps.

Aillwee Caves

Located in the heart of The Burren Region of County Clare. Perched high on its Burren terraced mountainside with what has to be one of the most spectacular views of Galway Bay, along The Wild Atlantic Way, Aillwee is a place full of wonder, beauty and discovery.

Hook Lighthouse

Explore the oldest operational lighthouse in the world. Voted one of Ireland’s favourite attractions, Hook Lighthouse in Wexford is truly one of a kind. Purpose built 800 years ago by Knight William Marshal, take a step back in time and enjoy a guided tour hearing tales of medieval times and life as a light keeper.

The Laughter Lounge

Pick a time thats suits the team, get the drinks, snack and treats ready. Our shows are suitable for an audience of 20 to 2,000+. Compatible with Zoom, Teams, Meet, Skype etc. Show can be fully branded with your logo and message
Comedians can relay some company news.
Featuring up to 12+ Comedians per show
Fully compliant with Social Distancing!!

The Wax Museum

The National Wax Museum as it was originally known was initially situated in Granby Row near Parnell Square in Dublin 1. It was opened in 1983 by the Lord Mayor of Dublin and was an exciting new addition to the city. The museum became a landmark with the Giant Cú Chulainn scaling the side of the building.