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Great place to spend a day. Tons of games for young kids. Games that focus on phisical development and motor skills and others that are geared toward intellectual stimulation. Los of fun and easy for adults to participate and share in the fun.
We visited yesterday with an 8, 5 and 4 year old. It was a good afternoon. Yes, it’s a little bit manic at the start while waiting for the gates to open but on reading past reviews I knew to expect that. The younger two...More
My nieces loved visiting imaginosity. They were 5 at the time of our visit and could t get enough of the place. Very busy but worth a visit. Loads of different areas to play in over a few floors. Plenty of parking in the underground...More
I remember hearing about Imaginosity on the radio a few years back and it sounded great. As we don't live near Dublin, we didn't get a chance to visit until we were recently on holiday in Wicklow and so it was the perfect way to...More
this was out second time here and its still a great place for kid but i felt that the place is out dated alot of stuff was damaged very little maintence done.
Could see very plainly alot of things with masking tape, some thing broken.
have been to Imaginosity with my kids many times. this time I took a 4 yr old and a 2 year old. the place has gone downhill a lot. adults are still charged in which I think is completely wrong. the staff couldn't give a...More
I wouldn’t recommend imaginosity for kids over the age of 5. In fact I wouldn’t really recommend it at all. The third floor was not open, I wasn’t told this when paying on the way in either. There is very little to this place, my...More
Imaginosity is a wonderful museum for young kids! You have to book your time in advance, and I encourage you to show up about five minutes early. There’s a mad rush through the gates once you’re in, but you won’t be remiss if you’re in...More
Hard to find and incredible that they charge adults to get in here. Kids between 2-5 might enjoy it but poorly maintained. Like bringing kids to Smyths to play with toys. In need of some refurbishment..... again charging adults in here is ridiculous
I was all excited to bring
My three year old boy to Imaginosity, we travelled up to Dublin and thought it would be like nothing else in country. However I left a little disappointed. The place books kids into two hour slots so we arrived...More