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Kids Activities in Kilkenny

There are number of differennt fun activites to suit all ages in Kilkenny City from Castlecomer Discovery Park, to Kilkenny Castle Playground, Bowling, Indoor Play centres, Watershed Swimming Pool, Cinema etc for a full list of activites go to www.kilkennytourism.ie

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Public Playgrounds

There is a fantastic children’s playground on the grounds of Kilkenny Castle. You’ll will also find a choice of children’s adventure playgrounds at Castlecomer, Mooncoin, Thomastown, Callan and in Garringreen and the Butts, Garringreen and Newpark Close in Kilkenny City.


Nore Valley Park

www.norevalleypark.com

Award winning park situated on an open farm. Crazy golf, pedal go-karts, trailer rides, 3D maze, river walk and home baked food for sale. Continental breakfast available. Open 1st March to 31st October. 70 pitches.


K Bowl Entertainment Centre
MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre,
Kilkenny
Tel: 056 7788200
Email info@kbowl.ie
Web: www.kbowl.ie

Family entertainment centre with tenpin bowling, pool tables, air hockey, all the latest video games, FX simulator and Irelands only
Virtual Mini Golf.


Reptile Village

The Demense, Gowran,
Kilkenny
Tel: (056) 7726 757  
International: +353 56 7726 757
Email: info@reptilevillage.net
Website: www.reptilevillage.net

Ever wondered what a snake really feels like? Or how much an alligator eats? With over 120 animals and 50 different species on display, Reptile Village Zoo is Irelands only dedicated reptile zoo. Licensed by the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
Opening hours: Open 7 days a week, from 10.00 to 18.00
Admission Prices: Adults €8.90, Children €5.70, Infants (under 2) free, Family (2 adults + 3 children) €26.00
 

Dunmore Caves
Tel: (056) 7767726   
International: +353 56 7767726
Email: dunmorecaves@opw.ie

Consisting of a series of chambers formed over millions of years the cave contains some of the finest calcite formations found in any Irish cave. The cave has been mentioned in ancient Irish Annals and poetry and was the scene of a Viking attack in 928 where up to 1000 people were possibly killed.

World attention focused on the cave in 1999 after the discovery of a hoard of silver treasures and artifacts never before seen anywhere else in the world. A tour to the cave will also include displays and an audio visual presentation.
Visit by guided tour only.
Contact Dunmore Cave