Dublin is without doubt a beautiful city, but you may be wondering what you can do to keep yourself and your family entertained outdoors in summer. The last thing you want to do is be stuck indoors if the sun is shining outside. Today, we’ve come up with a list of venues and activities that you can take part in outdoors, so if you’re looking for things to do in Dublin that includes outdoor stuff, then you’ve found the right place!
Where can you go?
There are plenty of things to see and do in Dublin where you can spend quality time with friends and family, find out about Dublin’s rich history and see some of their most famous landmarks. These include Dublin’s famous Viking Splash Tours, the Wicklow Mountains Tour, and for those wanting a little more adventure and activity, the Gaelic Games and the Shamrocker Irish Adventure Tour. They can easily be booked in advance, so you won’t have to wait weeks to book a slot, and they’ll give you a chance to see some of Dublin, have fun and get outside in the sun.
How about some water sports?
If you love outdoor sports then perhaps you’re looking for something a little more adventurous. Dublin offers much in the way of outdoor entertaining with a more vigorous sporting flavour. You only have to leave Dublin an hour behind to find rugged landscape and plenty of open air spaces, that’s the beauty of Ireland. Sports you can indulge yourself in include kitesurfing, mountain biking, powerboating and white-water rafting, to name but a few, all within easy reach of the city.
Escape Dublin – the perfect place to hide indoors when the rain falls
And if the weather simply isn’t good enough for to enjoy yourself outdoors, then why not pay us a visit here at Escape Dublin? Here you’ll find the exciting live escape room game that will keep you guessing, thinking, and puzzling your way out of a locked room. They’re designed for teams of 2 and up to 5, and with 2 rooms we can accommodate at least 10 people, so bring your whole family. You’ll have exactly an hour to get out and that’s after you’ve solved, logic puzzles, clues, broken codes and found the key to let yourselves out. Pit yourself against your fellow friends and see who comes out on top. It beats the rain any day of the week.
We hope you enjoyed our piece on things to do in Dublin if you love the outdoors. We’ve come up with a few ideas and think that a trip to Escape Dublin will be a worthy replacement if it starts to pour down. Remember, we’re Escape Dublin and if you don’t fancy mountain biking you can always spend the afternoon fighting your way out of a locked room.