Easter Sunday is 20th April this year! With the school holidays fast approaching, are you looking for activities for the kids in North Dublin this Easter? Here are some of the fun events that caught our eye in North Dublin for the Easter Holidays.
Here are up to date Easter Events for 2015 for Dublin
Easter Camps and Workshops
Ever wanted to bring Lego mini figures to life? Now you can thanks to Createschool’s new Stop Motion Workshops – build, film, edit and add sound!
Canoeing Ireland will be running Easter Kayaking Camps over the Easter mid term. The camps are aimed at juniors and will run over the two week midterm break in 2014. Young Pirates (8-12 yrs. age) and Young Captains (12 – 16 yrs. age)
Soccer Sisters Easter Camps
Soccer Sisters Easter Camps for girls aged 7-12 years take place in various locations across Dublin
OWLS Easter Activity Camp
OWLS are running an Easter Activity Camp at Turvey Park, Donabate, Monday 21st – Friday 25th April with the theme “Wild Play”. Children will be given the opportunity to build camps, make fires and toast marshmallows, collect and observe tadpoles, wade through muddy ditches. An activity camp for those that enjoy the outdoors.
Easter Camps at Little Gym
See them balance, see them beam! Easter Camps at Little Gym, Liffey Valley run from 15th – 25th April. The camps are 3 hours long, 11.30am – 2.30pm and are suitable for kids between the ages of 3years (must be potty trained) to 12yrs. During the camps highly trained instructors guide the kids through a range of gymnastics skills and activities, they take a short break and have a light snack provided by Little Gym and then finish up with some arts and crafts. A fun day out for all
Lots more camps info on our camps listings which are updated regularly.
Easter Family Fun
National Museums of Ireland
There are a host of free fun events at National Museums of Ireland this Easter.
National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology : Saturday 19th April enjoy a Live Performance – The Melodies and Myths of the Vikings and Gaels which takes place from 3 to 4 pm, and Museum will also have a Museum Stand at The Battle of Clontarf Festival in St Anne’s Park Dublin 5 where throughout the day you can enjoy an Historical Reenactment of the famous battle.
Swing by the National Museum of Ireland-Natural History on Merrion Square, the perfect place for a family visit, with lots to discover and explore- from aardvarks to zebras. Enjoy one of the seasonal worksheets, finding the answer to clues and learning some fun facts along the way.
National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History – Join in The Big Barracks Egg Hunt. Follow the trail and test your knowledge to find the Golden Egg!
If you have any Harry Potter fans in the house, check out Potted Potter which is on from April 14th – 20th at the Gaiety Theatre.
All 7 books in 70 mins! Whether you are a Muggle or a Wizard, you’re sure to enjoy this award winning show.
Ten14 at The Ark and Draíocht
Join Moya Brennan, the voice of Clannad, and celebrated harper Cormac De Barra on a magical musical journey for everyone aged 4 to 104, on Saturday 19th and Monday 21st April at The Ark, and on Wednesday 23 April at Draíocht, Blanchardstown.
World-famous Irish trad music legends Moya Brennan (Clannad) and Cormac De Barra (Harper) perform brand new music in this beautiful music show that they have created especially for children and families.
Commemorating 1000 years since the Battle of Clontarf, Ten14 uses gorgeous music and lyrics to evoke the adventures of our first High King, Brian Boru, and his love of the harp.
Looking for some swashbuckling family fun? Visit the Pirates Village in-door and heated ‘pop-up’ play-zone with themed, custom-made inflatable games! The fun activities will keep your merry band of pirates entertained and physically active for the whole afternoon
Looking for a fun family activity for the Easter holidays? Why not visit Jumpzone in Santry.
Jump Zone is suitable for people of all ages, from children over 5 years to adults of 55+ years, for 1 person or for a group you will have the opportunity to exercise and enjoy themselves in a family friendly environment.
Related: For more Easter activities in Dublin for families check out our events pages which we update daily.
Head Out for a Walk
Are you planning to head to any of these events, or have you any further suggestions? Tell us in the comments below.