Whether it’s taking a trip to see the sharks in Galway’s Atlantaquaria or a sword fight in Limerick’s King John’s Castle or even enter the world of Leprechauns, Faeries and other world creatures in Dublin’s Leprechaun Museum – with 12 locations nationwide, Travelodge Ireland has you covered.
Galway Atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland
Overlooking the Atlantic in Salthill, Ireland’s largest aquarium is home to over 170 species of fish. Take A Tour Of Galway Aquarium, or just enjoy at your leisure, talks throughout the day include 'Big Fish' feeding, Touch pool tours, fresh water fish feeding.
The Corrib Princess Cruise
Take a cruise along the majestic River Corrib and onto Lough Corrib, the Republic of Ireland's largest lake, providing visitors with unsurpassed views and natural amenities that make this the most spectacular waterway in Ireland. The Corrib Princess takes visitors past castles and various sites of both historical and cultural interest.
Leisureland is located in Salthill and currently has a range of family friendly activities and facilities. With a 25 metre deck level swimming pool, Warm up pool, Kiddies Leisure pool complete with life-sized pirate ship and interactive water features, Giant 65-metre water slide and mini golf; there’s something for everyone.
Stonehall Visitor Farm & Wildlife
Stonehall Wildlife Park guarantees a great day out for all ages. Located in a tranquil & beautiful rural setting in Co. Limerick; it boasts a wide variety of animals in a beautiful pleasant setting. Take a stroll along the nature trail and the Children can enjoy the pets’ corner and play area.
King John’s Castle
Kind John’s Castle is a 13th century castle on ‘King’s Island’ in the heart of medieval Limerick City overlooking the majestic River Shannon. Explore 800 years of history brought to life in the imaginative historical exhibition, excavated pre-Norman houses, fortifications, siege mines, and the battlement walks.
University of Limerick Activity Centre
Head off to the University of Limerick activity centre if you are feeling adventurous where you can choose from a variety of activities; including
- Stand up paddling (SUP)
- Rock climbing Wall
- Ropes Course
Lego Animation Workshop in The Ark
Create your own Lego movie in this practical workshop. With plenty of hands-on learning and simple demonstrations, you will work in small groups to create a set, storyboard and plan for your movie, which you will then film, edit, and record using iPads.
The Leprechaun Museum
Take a break from your serious self and step into a place of magic and fun. Immerse yourself in a world of myths and legends with captivating storytelling and see if you can find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Viking Splash Tour
Viking Splash Tours is a great way for the family to see and learn about the history and sites of Dublin – by land and water! Learn about the capital city from a World War II amphibious vehicle.
Belfast Mid-Term Breaks
Visit Belfast City's stunning city hall or the Titanic Belfast centre, where you can learn the story behind the ill-fated ship that began its voyage here. When night rolls around, there's no shortage of pubs and clubs to keep you busy. You could be sipping cocktails in trendy spots or catching an impromptu jam at locals' favourite the Garrick Bar, known for its folk music scene.
Explore Belfast City this Mid-Term
Derry Mid-Term Break
Within Derry's city walls, you've got history in the form of the city's oldest building - St Columb's Cathedral - and culture with the modern Millennium Forum and 17th Century Guildhall, which plays host to various events.
Explore all that Derry has to offer
Cork Mid-Term Breaks
Cork is built on many waterways, and you can learn more about its history with a visit to the Old Cork Waterworks. You can ring the famous Shandon Bells or kiss the Blarney Stone on a truly unique family day out.
Explore Cork City with Travelodge Ireland
Waterford Mid-Term Breaks
Explore Waterford City's surprising history in the Viking Triangle. Take a scenic drive out of Waterford through magical landscapes for some awe-inspiring walks around the Mahon Falls or admire colourful gardens whatever the season, at the Mount Congreve House.
Explore Waterford this mid-term with Travelodge Ireland