Wicklow is a County that is known for being very family friendly and has a wonderful variety of things to do there.
We have gotten lots of wonderful recommendations for things to do in Wicklow, but please let us know if we are missing any of your favourites.
Glenroe Farm – a great day out and the best thing is they have a covered playground so it doesn’t matter if it’s raining there’s still lots of fun to be had!
Clara Lara Fun Park
Powerscourt Estate and Waterfall – Voted 3rd Best Gardens in the World by National Geographic. Waterfall, lopped trails and playground! Bug Buffet kiosk open daily for drinks and snacks.
Glendalough – Lots of options. Green Road Walk. Spinc Route. Lower Lake Boardwalk is a loop of approx 3.5km and brings you into Monastic City. So much space for kids to play around the upper lake and lots of picnic benches
Killruddery – Gardens and Farm. Also Restaurants, Shop, Garden Centre and the ‘Great House’ itself.
Squirrel’s Scamble Ziplines – Tree Adventure Park based in Killruddery
Kilmacurragh National Botanic Gardens of Ireland – beautiful place to walk around and lovely picnic spot, there is also a lovely cafe
River Walk in Wicklow Town
The Avon – Blessington Lakeshore. Activities: kayaking, SUP, Archery, Climbing, Sailing and more! Cafe, Food Court and Live Music.
Russborough House and Park
Belmont Demesne – nice mountain walk and trails, biking too and great pizzas here.
Wicklow Equi Tours, Glenealy – all levels catered for
Roundwood Reservoir – great family walk
Greenan Maze – Family Farm, 2 mazes, wild nature walks, farm animals and coffee shop
Mount Usher Gardens
Visit Sammy the Seal on South Quay in Wicklow Town! He loves the attention!
East Coast Nature Reserve at Blackditch Wood, Newcastle
The little Sugar Loaf – situated between the village of Kilmacanougue and the seaside town of Bray. Check @ourlittlehiker