There’s no shortage of things to do in Carlow, so we’ve narrowed it down for you! Here’s our Mykidstime Top 10 things to do with kids in Carlow, in no particular order!!#1. Visual Centre for Contemporary Art
Spend a few hours exploring the Visual Centre for Contemporary Art. Activity sheets for children, with facts on the artists, interesting questions to think about and a space to sketch ideas are available for 3+, 6+ and 10+ from the reception desk or from the invigilators free of charge. Keep an eye out for their family workshops.
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#2. Carlow Gardens & Parks
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#3. Rancho Reilly’s Farm & Activity Centre
Say hello to the animals and take a short trip on the barrel train around the farm at Rancho Reilly’s Farm & Activity Centre.
#4. Browneshill Dolmen
Visit Browneshill Dolmen, a granite portal dolmen, which is located to the east of Carlow town dating back to pre-historic times.
It is said to be the largest dolmen in Europe and is estimated to weigh up to 150 tonnes.
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#5. Chocolate Garden & Rathwood
#6. George Bernard Shaw Theatre
A show at the GB Shaw Theatre is a must.
The programme includes a wide variety of live music, film, comedy, theatre, opera and dance – fun for all the family.
Lennons@Visual is the perfect place for a pre-theatre meal or even a coffee.
#7. Huntington Castle & Dungeon
Take a guided tour of Huntington Castle & Dungeon, the ancient seat of the Esmonde family & today one of Ireland’s historical treasures. Free for children under 7.
#8. The Grid & The Dome Family Entertainment Centre
#9. Kiddies Kingdom
Try roller skating in Kiddies Kingdom, Bagnelstown where skates & safety gear are provided.
#10. Bagnelstown Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool
Go for a splash outdoors at Bagnelstown Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool open daily from June-August.
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