The Best Activity for Families
Dublin | Cork | Galway | Belfast
A must do activity for families with kids in Ireland
A unique thing to do in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast. Mixing culture, craic and traditions. Whether travelling with kids or wanting to relive your youth, this is the perfect family activity to discover REAL Ireland.
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Take a break from the museums and give your family the perfect active, authentic Irish cultural immersion experience. Warrior Up and take part in the oldest and fastest field sport in the world, Hurling. The perfect activity for couples, multi-generational families and activities with kids.
What Will You Do?
A 3 hour introduction to Gaelic Games. Mixing culture with soft activity, this truly is a top activity to do in Dublin, Cork, Galway or Belfast. After an engaging cultural introduction to Ireland in our visitor centre, we will take you outside to take part in 3 sports (Gaelic Football, Hurling and Gaelic Handball) in the heart of the local community, in a local GAA club.
One only has to check out our reviews on Tripadvisor to see that we have an activity that is truly unique, insightful and an incredible local insight into real Ireland. We are a top visitor attraction in Dublin and Galway. Our activity is suited for you whether you are 8 or 80 years old. Leave with a smile on your face, a new found passion and after ‘warrioring’ up for a unique photo opportunity.
About Our Games
Experience Gaelic Games gives visitors the perfect, local insight into the cultural phenomenon that is Gaelic Games. Little celebrates the difference of Irish culture more profoundly than the existence of 2,200 local community based/Irish Gaelic clubs. These games date back over 3,000 years (all the way back to 1272 BC).
The clubs are the custodians of Irish ancient Gaelic culture – promoting our language, music, dance and most famously – our ancient warrior tribal sports. We bring you into a local club, and give you the opportunity to go beyond the norm to really experience local Ireland.