Dylan Goldbach in the Imaginosity kitchen.
WE SPENT MORE than two hours in the Dublin's Children Museum, leaving with two tired kids. That translates to a "win" in many parents' minds.
I went looking for the dirty toilets, the disinterested staff and the expensive cafe. I found the cafe but no evidence of the other two items.
For our two year old son, Imaginosity has more staying power since he's just getting the hang of walking around. Our five year old daughter couldn't get seated to use some of the tactile things she wanted (the Audi, the TV presenter's chair and the stage set) so we'd return to tick off those boxes if we knew they would be available.
There's frank and very accurate information about Imaginosity via 40 Trip Advisor reports and eight Google ratings, along with a good cross-section of active children enjoying the venue on Flickr. Both validated the relevant information on the Dublin Children's Museum website.
Bernie Goldbach is a blow-in American in Tipp seeking quality venues that entertain young children. His Nokia Lumia found Imaginosity on The Plaza, Beacon South Quarter, Sandyford, Co. Dublin, Ireland. Ring it on +353 1 217 6130. Or visit 99 other Dublin attractions rated higher on Trip Advisor.