Things To Do in Galway

25th Junior Galway Film Fleadh November 2019

Visiting Galway for the Junior Film Fleadh and looking for some other activities to do while you’re here to watch a film? Look no further! We’ve prepared a list of activities to suit many interests, hobbies and pursuits. If you’ve got a recommendation for us, please let us know!

Pure Skill

+353 (0)91 515510
Spanning over 25,000 sq. ft. this facility offers 10 sports from all around the world for everyone to enjoy.

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Leisureland

091 521455
Host of a large swimming pool with waterslides, a gym and in the summer, an amusement park.

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VR World

+353 (0)91 726294
Galway’s first Virtual Reality arcade.

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Galway City Karting

+353 (0)91 440136
Galway’s only indoor go-karting track.

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Charlie Byrne’s Storytime

+353 (0)91 561766
Every Saturday at 11a.m. storytelling expert Michaela invites you to join her for stories, rhymes and magical adventures.

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Connemara National Park

+353 (0)76 100 2528
Featuring 2,000 hectares of mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands and forests.

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Brigit’s Garden

+353 (0)91 550905
Award winner Celtic gardens and visitors centre.

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Asylroom

+353 (0)85 220 6513
Escape room featuring 4 scenarios.

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Galway Atlantaquaria

+353 (0)91 585 100
Ireland’s largest aquarium.

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Eile Mental

+353 (0)83 199 3333
Outdoor activity park situated on over 50 acres of forest and heath.

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Zoology and Marine Biology Museum (NUIG)

Get up close to creatures great and small.

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Computer & Communications Museum of Ireland

Celebrating innovative technology through the decades.

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Open The Door

+353 (0)91 450192
Escape room with 1 scenario.

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JumpLanes

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Activity area with huge indoor trampoline, dodgeball and all year ice rink.

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Great Escape Rooms

+353 (0)91 536979
Escape rooms with 4 scenarios and a VR experience.

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Galway City Museum

+353 (0)91 532460
Featuring 3 floors of exciting exhibitions engaging visitors in the archaeology, history and sea science of Galway.

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James Mitchell Geology Museum (NUIG)

Nicknamed Galway’s ‘hidden museum’, the James Mitchell Geology Museum has a large collection of rare rocks, ancient fossils and precious gems on display.

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Terryland Forest Park

Galway’s urban forest park.

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City playgrounds

Free play facilities around the city.

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The Planet

+353 (0)91 562820
Featuring bowling, kids area and laser tag.

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Galway Footgolf

+353 (0)83 844 6680
Combining the passion and power of football with the precision and elegance of golf.

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Corrib Princess

+353 (0)91 563846
Sailing between May and September, this boat cruises along the Corrib River and onto Lough Corrib.

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