Theme Parks in Ireland
Discover Family Fun, Theme Parks, things to do in Ireland and lots of kids activities, events and places to go with the children in Ireland.
Theme parks in Ireland offer some of the biggest thrills in Europe. If you're not in the right place at the right time, you may miss its traveling Funderland theme park completely. There are plenty of other parks to entertain adults, kids and everyone in between.
Funtasia is 20 minutes north of Dublin in the seaside resort of Bettystown. It features three levels of rides, including Ireland's only rooftop roller coaster. It has plenty of kid-friendly fare, as well as cosmic bowling, a 3-D motion theater, pool tables and a casino for older visitors. There is also a nearby water park.
AquaZone at The National Aquatic Centre, Dublin, is one of the biggest and most exciting attractions for families, groups and individuals in Ireland. Almost three quarters of a million people enjoy hours of fun in Europe’s largest indoor water park annually. The leisure pool, AquaZone, offers extreme thrills, raging water adventures and loads of fun.
Situated just 20 minutes north of Dublin in the heart of the picturesque seaside resort of Bettystown, they have something for all the family. Among the many attractions and facilities Funtasia Bettystown has to offer the fairground rides prove to be the most popular, with white knuckle rides for the thrill seekers and gentler attractions for the less adventurous.
The Aqua Dome is one of Irelands Largest Indoor Waterworld's & Premier Tourist Attractions. The Aqua Dome offers tropical temperatures all year round and is a Great Day Out for all the family whatever the weather! It is brimming with exciting features that captures the imagination of both child and adult alike.
This indoor water park is home to eight rides, slides and experiences, catering for all ages. Surf the 'FlowRider', shoot through the air on the gravity defying 'Master Blaster', experience the twists and thrills of the 'Green Giant' or face your fears with adrenaline pumping speeds and the 'Dark Hole'.