Looking for something fun to do with the family over the May Bank Holiday weekend, look no further!
Our resident thrill seeker Vicki Brady has you covered.
As the May Bank Holiday weekend approaches, families are always looking for fun things to do.
Here are five activities that I think are worth checking out:
This adventure park features a 320m indoor karting track. If you wish to experience this I would definitely suggest bringing a group of friends and going paintballing or you could perfect your aim by practicing clay pigeon shooting. The activity centre also has a play centre for the younger children and have recently introduced Indoor Archery.
Tayto Park is great for all the family as there is something for all ages. The park includes a zoo and a theme park that has attractions for all ages. Also home to Europe’s largest wooden rollercoaster this is a perfect place for the thrill seekers among us
This fun attraction is situated in Drogheda, Co. Louth and caters for adults and children. This park has many attractions including swimming, play centre, an arcade, crazy golf and bowling. So spend the day at the funnest attraction around. You will never run out of things to do.
The adventure centre caters for children and adults and has a range of activities that are fun and exhilarating as well. The activities include High Ropes Obstacle Course, archery, climbing walls, zip lining and paintballing. This is guaranteed to be a fun day out for all the family.
If you are an active person, then this place is definitely for you. Carlingford and Mourne has the most beautiful scenery. The mountains and sea landscapes are filled with mystery and of course history. This beautiful place is also the resting place of the giant Finn McCool.
It is situated along the coastal route to the Giants Causeway and less than an hour’s drive to the 5000 year old tomb at Newgrange. It is the ideal base for you to seek a truly amazing experience of Ireland and its culture.
Have a great weekend!