Through education and shared experiences, the museum aims to strengthen family bonds, enhancing the developmental potential of children and helping build a healthy community.
For more information visit www.imaginosity.ie.
8. Tara's Palace
Yes, a real life palace and probably one of the world's most magnificent doll's palaces.
Inspired by Sir Neville Wilkinson's celebrated Titania's Palace of 1907 the doll's house has 22 rooms which were built over two decades. The Palace encapsulates the grandeur of Ireland three great 18th century mansions -Castletown House, Leinster House and Carton House.
The palace is the center piece of a collection of historical dolls houses including the earliest surviving house in Ireland and the UK, the Portabello, from circa 1700.
This place is any little girl's heaven.
For more information visit www.tarapalace.ie.
9. The Doll Store
This is known by locals, and around Ireland, as "The Dolls Hospital" these people are genius when it comes to any toy old or knew that incurs and injury, big or small. Kids love to visit and to have their "their porcelain and furry friends ailments" cured.
They also stock designer dolls, dolls houses, teddy bears and a large collection of miniatures.
For more information visit www.dollstore.ie
10. Airfield Trust
Airfield is Dublin’s only working urban farm situated on a 35 acres estate. The farm holds season related program that respond to the natural rhythms of the seasons, with celebrations taking place during harvest, spring and summer. They also have a range of regular farm related activities such as “Meet the animals” and the young farmers group.
The farm continues to be focused on live stock and functions as a fully working farm raising claves and lambs as the main production animals.
The site is also home to the most beautiful and well maintained gardens.
For more information visit www.airfield.ie.
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