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TALLAGHT ADVENTURE WORLD | OUR FIRST VISIT | CHRISTMAS DECEMBER 2016



We went to Tallaght Adventure World for a group fun activity. It is our first time to visit the place. There were loads of climbing, sliding and playing facilities. It was totally fun. Since it was Christmas time, we happened to meet Santa Claus as well and talk to him personally, infact he gave the kids a present. It was another fun day for Caela and JC.

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WHAT TO EXPECT IN TALLAGHT ADVENTURE WORLD | REVIEW OF TALLAGHT ADVENTURE WORLD

Tallaght Adventure World is just a few minutes away from the Tallaght Square. Parking is a bit of a challenge as there are not much slots in front of the building especially if you park on weekend or on a rainy day. Play centre is not that too big, however its atmosphere is cosy. The are is divided in to two: one for babies under 3 and one for an older kids.  The soft play area is very safe for little ones: there is a ball pool, a short slide and few padded items to play with. Whereas for kids more than 3-4 the playcenter offers a huge climbing frame with gigantic slide in the middle.  In their policies, adults cannot climb up the frame, however, if under certain circumstances for safety reason, some parents climb up to get their kids if they need a help. Next to the toodler area are small space for football and basketball game. The facility is well-staffed.  The only disadvantage is that it lacks of natural light and some of the area are dreadfully dark, but not sure if it is intentional or accidental. The cafe's price are fairly reasonable and free wi-fi is available.  During School Term, in the morning (10-12) from Monday to Friday Toddler mornings are held, the entry fee is only 5euro for 90 minutes of play. The Playcentre has a loyalty card and for the 7th visit it is FREE.