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10 Useful Travel Gadgets

Prepare for your next trip with these useful travel gadgets. Whether it’s a city trip or island retreat, these gadgets will help you feel more accommodated.

10 Useful Travel Gadgets

  • Portable charger
  • Travel iron
  • Portable WiFi
  • Water purifier bottle
  • Universal adaptor
  • Swiss Card LTE
  • Portable Espresso Machine
  • A5 Slim Water bottle
  • Sandless beach mat
  • Off-Grid SMS & GPS

Portable Charger

Keep your phone, tablet and other gadgets full of power while you’re on the go with a portable power bank. The RLERON is an ultrahigh 25000mAh portable charger with a powerful 2.4A output. It has three USB ports so you can charge three devices simultaneously and lets you know how much power the device has left. This charger can fully charge your phone up to 5 times a day and iPads up to 3 times.

Travel Iron

Say goodbye to wrinkled and creased clothes with this handy steamfast mini steam iron. At 13.2cm long and with a 420 Watt motor, this small travel steam iron weighs only 430g and can fit perfectly in your bag or luggage. It’s perfect for clothes that crease easily and extremely useful for business travellers.

Portable WiFi

You no longer have to worry about foreign sim cards and roaming charges when travelling with Macaroon mobile WiFi hotpot. This handy portable mobile router will give up to 10 of your devices access to 4G network in over 200 countries and regions including Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Oceania.

Water Purifier Bottle

Wherever you go in the world, you can stay safe from drinking contaminated water with this GRAYL Ultralight Water Purifier. Perfect for venturing outdoors in water contaminated locations within the Middle East, Asia, South America or Africa. This water bottle purifies any water source into clean drinking water.

Universal Adaptor

Forget about buying multiple adaptors for different continents with this EPICKA universal adaptor. This all-in-one multi function travel adaptor covers over 150 countries with a US, EU, AU and UK plug. It contains 4 USB ports, 1 USB TYPE C and 1 AC Socket so you can charge 6 devices simultaneously.

Swiss Card LTE

For outdoor adventures or simply as an emergency, the Victorinox Swiss Card Lite is a portable credit card-sized multi-function tool that has everything you need from an LED light, blade, scissors, pin, ruler, tweezers, and even a magnifying glass. 

Portable Espresso Machine

Are you the type that needs a coffee fix every morning? With Wacaco Miniespresso, you can have coffee whenever you want and wherever you go. This compact, lightweight, hand-held coffee maker is manually operated meaning you don’t need a battery or electricity to use it.

A5 Slim Water bottle

If you’e looking for a water bottle that will pack well and won’t take up much space in your bag, the A5 memobottle is the bottle you need.  Inspired by the A5 international paper size, this flat bottle holds a capacity of 750ml. Its unique design is crafted from high-quality BPA/BPS free plastic.

Sandless Beach Mat

For beach holidays or camping trips, the C-Gear Original Sand-Free Mat is perfect for a fun and stress-free day. It is designed to make sand impossible to get stuck to it and requires little maintenance. You can brush off the sand or hose away with water, and it has D-ring points to secure it to the ground.

Off-Grid SMS & GPS 

If you enjoy going on adventures abroad where there is no cellular service, the goTenna Mesh lets you communicate while off the gird. This pocket-sized device uses Bluetooth-LE to pair with your phone and privately relays SMS and GPS locations to other goTenna devices up to 4 miles in range. It has a 24 hours battery life and allows private 1:1 communication as well as group chats.

If you need a solution for getting your clothes cleaned while abroad, Laundryheap laundry and dry cleaning is available within the UK, UAENetherlands and Dublin. Download the Laundryheap app on iOS or Android for an easy laundry collection process.


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How To Make A Good First Impression At An Interview

If you’ve got an interview coming up and need some help preparing for it, we have a few tips that will help you make a good first impression and increase the chances of you being hired.

How To Make A Good First Impression At An Interview

  • Do your research
  • Dress for the role
  • Arrive on time
  • Be organised
  • Know your core values
  • Show enthusiasm
  • Share relevant stories
  • Take strategic pauses
  • Don’t forget to smile 
  • Have confidence

Do Your Research

Prepare yourself for any questions that might be asked about the company as well as yourself. Make sure to do some research about what the company does and to analyse yourself- your strengths, weaknesses, and areas you may need to improve on. 

Dress For The Role

Your interview attire is one of the key points that will make an impact on your first impression. If you underdress, it will seem as if you’re not that interested, but overdress, and it will look as if you’re unpleasantly trying too hard. If you’re unsure of what to wear, check out these interview attire tips. If you need your clothes professionally cleaned and ironed, schedule a collection with Laundryheap.

Arrive On Time

Arrive early but not too early. Allow yourself to arrive at least 10 minutes before the allocated time to not only prepare yourself but to show that you are punctual. If you happen to be running late, let them know as soon as possible as this shows a sense of professionalism.

Be Organised

No interviewer wants to hire someone who is disorganised. Make sure you bring everything needed for the interview and present them neatly organised into a plastic file or folder so that it is readily accessible when needed.

Know Your Core Values

Going back to what I mentioned earlier, it’s essential to know your strengths and core values that you could add to the company. Know your weaknesses and how you are currently improving them. Interviewers will try to see what you are capable of by the answers you give them. Sometimes they will also ask ‘irrelevant’ questions that are supposed to test specific skill sets they’re looking for, like whether you’re a problem solver.

Show Enthusiasm

Don’t forget that you’ve been invited for the interview because they think you might have the right skills for the job and are interested to know more about you. If you want to make a good impression to increase your chances of getting hired, show the same interest back. Show how and why you are the right person for the job and that you can add value to the company. 

Share Relevant Stories

Most of the time, interviewers will ask questions that they should already know the answer to because it’s on your CV. What they really want to hear is a story as to how you came across attaining this skill and how you use or have used it.

Take Strategic Pauses

Naturally, you may need to take a few moments during the interview to gather your thoughts. A simple trick is to take a few sips of water now and then when you need to refresh your mind. Usually, they will offer you a beverage but have water with you just in case.

Don’t Forget To Smile 

While eye contact is essential, you shouldn’t forget to smile. Remember to smile upon meeting your interviewer and at appropriate times during the interview. It will radiate positivity and show that you know how to communicate well with others, giving you a higher chance for consideration to be hired. 

Have Confidence

Being prepared for an interview won’t stop the natural habit of being nervous. The only way to overcome that is by thinking positively and being confident. Be confident with what you already know and give it your best shot!


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Why You Should Visit Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a picturesque city filled with many things to see and do. If you’re debating whether you should visit Amsterdam or not, here are a few reasons why you should.

Why You Should Visit Amsterdam

  • The canals
  • Architecture
  • Cycling Lifestyle
  • Food
  • Art And History

The Canals

Amsterdam is known for it’s beautiful canals. We see photos of these everywhere on the internet and it’s even better to experience it in person. If you didn’t know already, Amsterdam is actually made up of almost 200 different canals going through the city and the canal belt was made a UNESCO world heritage site in 2011. The entire city is actually below sea level and is built on a swap which is why there are so many canals. 

Architecture

Since the city was built on a swap and surrounded by canals, the houses are uniquely structured- tall, narrow and crooked. The history behind the reason why they were built this way is because residents were taxed on the width of the houses, hence why they’re all tall and narrow. These classic Amsterdam houses are historical and picturesque, and can be found in almost every street in Amsterdam.

Cycling

Experience the cycling lifestyle in this beautiful city. A bike is the main transportation used in Amsterdam, whether that’s going to work, on dates or going to the market. In fact, it is said that there are more bikes than people! If you want to explore the city, hiring a bike is the best way get around. 

Food 

Amsterdam has an internationally diverse selection of food. It is particular good for Indonesian cuisines and Surinamese food. If you’ve never heard of or know little about Suriname,  it is a former Dutch colony in South America that is now an independent country. That’s something new for you to try out! There’s also the traditional dutch food such as Bitterballen, a deep fried meatball, Poffertjes, baby fluffy pancakes, Stroopwafel, a thin waffle, and cheese! 

Art and History

Amsterdam is filled with much art and history. Van Gogh and Rembrandt were two famous artists who have museums that house many of their previous works. There are also other museums showcasing years of history such as the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum. 

The city is filled with so much culture and history, and you’ll probably love the lifestyle there on your visit.

If or when you do decide to visit Amsterdam, don’t worry about getting your clothes cleaned. You can book a collection with Laundryheap and have your items cleaned and delivered to your hotel or Airbnb within 24 hours.

If you’ve visited Amsterdam before and absolutely fell in love with city, let us know in the comments what you love about the city.


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How To Clean A Silk Tie

One thing you should know when it comes to cleaning silk ties is that they should never be machine washed. If your silk tie needs cleaning, it should be spot-cleaned or,  as a last resort, dry cleaned.

How To Clean A Silk Tie

  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Absorbent Powder
  • Stain remover

When it comes to cleaning a silk tie, it must be done gently and without using water. The reason being is that water can add to the stain and create a ‘water stain’ which is difficult to remove. It can also weaken the fabric fibres.

For spot-cleaning a silk tie, always remember to remove excess stains immediately by blotting it with a dry cloth or towel before going to treat the stain.

Here are some effective methods to spot-treat your tie without using water.

Rubbing alcohol

This method is great for non-greasy food or liquid stains.

  1. Dampen a clean cloth with rubbing alcohol and dab the stain lightly until stain is removed.
  2. Immediately dry the stain with a hairdryer.
  3. Repeat if necessary.
Absorbent Powder

This method is perfect for oil and grease stains that are harder to remove.

  1. Blot away excess stain with a dry cloth.
  2. Sprinkle talcum powder or cornflour over stain and leave it over night.
  3. On the following day, gently dust off the powder.
  4. If stain is not completely removed, repeat process again if necessary.
Stain remover 

If none of the above methods seems to work for you, consider investing in a stain remover designed for silk fabrics. The chemical agents in these stain removers are fabric-friendly and are not as harsh as general stain removers.

Dry cleaning your silk tie frequently will, over time, damage the fabric fibres due to the solvents used in the cleaning process. If you need your tie professionally dry cleaned, Laundryheap will be able to get the job done for you.

Caring For Silk Ties

When it comes to generally taking care of your silk tie, here are some things to note.

  • Never rub stains. Instead, gently blot or dab the stain with a clean cloth.
  • To remove creases, have your silk tie steamed or pressed as this is safer than ironing where the heat comes into direct contact with the fabric. 
  • When storing ties, either hang them up or roll them loosely and store them away neatly with enough room for ventilation.


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5 Ways To Create A Luxury Bathroom On A Budget

If you’re looking to style your bathroom luxuriously without having to spend a large amount of money, start by replacing your bathroom accessories and revamping the decor.

5 Ways To Create A Luxury Bathroom On A Budget

The main thing to remember when creating a luxury bathroom is to use colours such as white and grey with marble, brass or stone designs. 

  • Revamp walls and tiles

Start by assessing your bathroom walls, tiles and flooring as these are the main areas of your bathroom that give it a professional finished look. Repaint your walls to a white or grey colour and invest in new ceramic white tiles if you need to. Consider installing vinyl flooring tiles with a marble design or tile rug to give it that luxurious finish.

  • Matching  towels sets

Instead of mismatched hand and bath towels, invest in plush matching towels sets to add colour co-ordination and tidiness. For elegance and simplicity, use neutral colours like white, grey or navy bathroom linens. 

  • Matching bathroom accessories 

Just like you would with your towels, invest in matching bathroom accessories to coordinate your soap dish, soap dispenser, toothbrush holder and tumbler. Add luxury by choosing either all white, brass, marble or stone designs. Choose according to the colour scheme you’ve chosen for your bathroom.

  • Wool bath mats

Upgrade regular cotton bathmats to cotton or wool rugs. Not only are they softer and more comfortable, but they will make your bathroom appear luxurious and fancy. Again, make sure it matches your other bathroom linen to keep colour co-ordination consistent.

  • Scented candles or Potpourri

Add a few scented candles around the bathtub, on open shelves or on top of the toilet tank to give your bathroom a refreshing aroma. Alternatively, you can add a bowl of potpourri in your bathroom if candles aren’t your thing.

If you need your bathroom linen professionally cleaned, you can schedule a collection with Laundryheap and have your items delivered to your for free within 24 hours.


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Things To Do In Dubai With The Kids

If you are planning a family trip to Dubai with your kids, there are many activities for the whole family to enjoy. From resorts to beaches to desert activities, there is something fun for everyone to enjoy.

Things To Do In Dubai With The Kids

  • Aquaventure Waterpark

Visit Dubai’s largest waterpark in Atlantis, The Palm, also home to iconic rides and attractions. With water slides, river rides and a splashers kids area, it’s a trip for the whole family to enjoy. You can also do other marine activities in this park such scuba dive with dolphins or feed the cownose ray.

  • Desert Safari

Experience the thrills of the desert by going on a desert safari tour, where you can do numerous activities such as riding a camel, dune bashing and sand boarding. You can choose to go in the morning or evening and even stay overnight. If you don’t want to experience the dune bashing but don’t want to miss out on everything else, you can go for dinner in the desert.

  • Ski Dubai

Go skiing/ snowboarding at Ski Dubai, an indoor snowpark located inside the Mall of Emirates. With temperatures of about -4°C, this snow park features numerous activities such as a chair lift, bob sledging, zorbing, zipline and a penguin encounter.

  • Kidzania

A popular place for kids to have an educational fun time is Kidzania, located in the Mall of Dubai. It is an interactive learning centre that combines education and entertainment where kids can discover different jobs through role-play, and develop decision-making, creativity, teamwork and social skills

  • Burj Khalifa

Witness a breathtaking panoramic view of Dubai from the observation deck of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Travel up 125 floors, 2,723 ft, and enjoy an amazing 360 view of the Arabian Gulf. You can choose to go during the day or at night.

  • IMG World of Adventures

Take a fun trip to Dubai’s newest indoor theme park, the IMG world of adventures to experience a full day of thrill and excitement of rides. This parks gives you childhood themed zones such as Marvel and Cartoon Network to life-size dinosaurs in The Lost Valley.

  • Dubai Parks and Resorts

Enjoy a fun day in Dubai parks and resorts, Dubai’s first integrated resort destination where it is home to Legoland, Legoland waterpark, Motiongate, Bollywood Park and Riverland.

There are also other various free activities in Dubai that you can do with your kids, such enjoying the dancing Dubai fountains or spending a day at kite beach.

Whatever activities you decide to do on your trip with your kids, one thing for sure is that you don’t have to worry about doing the laundry if your kids’ clothes get dirty. With Laundryheap, you can book a collection and have your items cleaned and delivered to your hotel within 24 hours.


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How To Choose The Perfect Wedding Dress For Your Body Type

Choosing the right wedding for your body type can do wonders for your figure. Whether that’s giving you the illusion of a flat tummy, small waist or even make you look taller. To choose the perfect wedding dress starts with understanding your body type and shape.

How To Choose The Perfect Wedding Dress For Your Body Type

  • Petite 

If you have a petite frame, the key to looking for the perfect wedding dress for your body type is length. You want to avoid dresses with too much detail on them like ruffles or full skirts as it may drown your frame. Go for the simple dresses styles that create the illusion of height, such as mermaid/trumpet style, column style, an empire waistline or A-line.

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  • Plus size

For plus size frames, you can either choose a wedding dress that will enhance your natural curves or a dress that will create a slimming effect. A majority of the time, the most flattering wedding dress style for plus size frames are asymmetrical pleating, A-line dresses and dresses with a ruching or cumberband waistline. Choose a v-neck or scoop neckline to accentuate the top part of your body.  

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  • Slim

If you have an athletic, slim figure, you don’t need to worry about looking too top or bottom-heavy. Choose a wedding dress style that will create the illusion of curves. Form-fitting wedding dresses such as a sheath dress or a contouring dress will look best with your body type. Voluminous dress with a fitted bodice will look flattering too.

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  • Top heavy 

If you are more on the bustier side, the right wedding dress comes down to choosing the right neckline. Avoid plunging necklines which can draw attention to your bust area and go for a modest neckline instead such as a scoop, sweetheart or off-the-shoulder style. 

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  • Hour glass

Luckily for you, your hourglass body suits many types of dress, and it’s also the most desired effect that many women want to create when wearing a wedding dress. Although your figure may suit any dress, choose one that accentuates your small waist and highlights your assets such as a mermaid, corset or drop waist dress.

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  • Pear

If you’re more on the bottom-heavy side, your figure will look best in an A-line or ball gown wedding dress with a sweetheart or V neckline. This combination will draw all the attention away from your bottom half and accentuate your figure.

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  • Apple

To pick the perfect dress for an ‘apple’ shaped body, choose a dress style with a heavily pleated bodice to accentuate the top part of your body and add shape to your torso to create a defined look. An empire waistline would be perfect as it will help keep your figure balanced. 

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If you want to maintain the condition of your wedding dress, get it professionally cleaned by laundryheap and make sure you store it away properly.


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Tips For Cleaning Canvas Backpacks

If it’s time to get your backpack cleaned, here are some useful tips you’ll need to know for cleaning canvas backpacks when it comes to both machine and hand-washing as well as drying.

Machine Washing Canvas A Backpack

Most canvas as well as nylon backpacks are machine washable, but it’s always safe to check the care label first. 

  • Make sure to completely empty your backpack before putting it into the wash.
  • Pre-treat any stains with a stain remover of your choice using a soft brush or toothbrush and let the treatment sit for 30 minutes. An equal solution of liquid detergent and water will work well. Avoid using products with bleach.
  • Place the bag inside a pillow case or laundry sack to keep the straps and zippers from getting caught in the machine. Alternatively, you can wash it inside out.
  • Wash on a cold, gentle cycle with a small amount of detergent.
  • Once the cycle is done, wipe down excess water inside and outside of the backpack with a clean towel before leaving it to dry.

Hand Washing A Canvas Backpack

If you want to hand-wash your backpack, make sure you have a soft brush/toothbrush, a cloth/sponge and a towel. Remember to completely empty the bag before you begin washing and remove any crumbs or debris by shaking them out.

  • Begin by unzipping pockets, cutting away loose threads and take away detachable items from the bag like straps, and wash them separately.
  • Remove any stains with a stain remover and leave to sit for 30 mins before washing.
  • Fill a basin or tub with luke-warm water, enough to cover the item and add a tablespoon of gentle detergent to create soapy water.
  • Scrub the bag with a toothbrush or a scourer sponge, focusing on the dirty areas, without forgetting to clean the interior too.
  • Once done, drain the dirty water and replace with clean water. Rinse the bag thoroughly and wring it as mush as you can. Wrap the bag into a towel to absorb excess water before drying.

Drying A Canvas  Backpack

Always naturally air dry your backpack by hanging it up, outside or inside, rather than using a machine dryer as this can ruin the fabric. Ensure that zippers are unzipped to allow the bag to dry completely.

To prevent putting your backpack through a frequent wash, wipe away dirt and remove stains immediately. Avoid spillage of foods and drinks by making sure you use proper containers and that the lids seal securely.


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10 Ways To Relax After A Stressful Day At Work

We all experience a stressful day at work, sometimes a stressful week. Then you go home and have other household responsibilities to take care of like cooking and doing the laundry, making you more stressed. Over time, this can affect your well-being, mentally and physically.

It’s important to give yourself some downtime to relax. If you find it difficult to unwind and want an instant solution to de-stress, here are some things you can do to help you relax after work.

10 Ways To Relax After A Stressful Day At Work

  • Go for a walk

It’s always good to walk off the stress and clear your mind after a long day. If you have the opportunity to walk after work even if it’s to a bus stop or from the station, then take it. It ‘s even better if you can take a quick stroll through a park. 

If the tension is too much and you need to escape the stress during work, go out and get some fresh air or take a quick walk around the building.

  • Listen to music

Shut the world out and relax your mind by listening to music that will instantly make you feel change your mood for the better. Promote calmness and relaxation by listening to music that sounds soothing, or listen to upbeat music to help brighten up your mood and bust the stress.

  • Have a laugh with friends

Call your friends and have a catch-up or have a spontaneous after-work meet up. Vent about how bad your day was and then change the topic to get your mind off things. It’s always good to laugh as this releases endorphins making you instantly feel better.

  • Watch Netflix

Whether it’s on your journey home via public transport or during the spare hours you have left before you go to bed, watch a movie or series on Netflix. Have a laugh and watch a stand-up comedy or be entertained by discovery or baking show. 

  • Have a cup of tea

Sit back and enjoy a nice cup of tea while watching series or reading a book. Tea such as green tea, peppermint tea and Jasmine tea, are known remedies for relieving stress and anxiety.

  • Aromatherapy

Relax and unwind by using essential oils to regulate emotions and help calm your nerves. There are several ways to use essentials oils. You can add a few drops of essential oil to your lotion or directly on your wrists to keep the scent with you. You can use a diffuser to spread the aroma around your home, or mix it with water in a spray bottle and spray on your furniture.

  • Take a hot bath with essential oils

Take a soothing hot bath to relax your muscles and ease the tension in your body. Try adding a few drops of essential oils to your bath water like Lavender or pink grapefruit. Alternatively, you can light up aromatic candles around your bath tub or take a hot shower.

  • Do yoga

Find serenity by doing 15-20 mins of yoga. This mind-body practice will help you to unwind and release tension, leaving you feeling refreshed and restored. The combination of poses, breathing and meditation will help to enhance your mood and well-being.

  • Art therapy

Distract your mind and occupy yourself by doing something creative like draw, paint, sew or do a DIY and make something.

  • Use Laundryheap

Laundry is a daunting household task that takes up a lot of time that we sometimes don’t have. It is certainly not something you want to do after coming home from a long day at work either. No matter how big or small your laundry pile is, take the load off and get Laundryheap to take care of your laundry so you can then have more time to relax and pamper yourself.


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Things To Do In Dublin With The Kids

If you are planning a family trip to Dublin with your kids, there are many activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Things To Do In Dublin With The Kids

  • Rainforest adventure golf

Go mini-golfing with the family at rainforest adventure golf. This mini-golf course has two indoor 18 hole courses- Aztec and Mayan themed, suitable for both little and big kids. Each mini-golf course lasts about 45 mins, so you can take a break at the café or have fun in their mini arcade.

  • Aqua Zone at the National Aquatic Centre

Enjoy a family day at the aqua zone waterpark located in the national aquatic centre. With 8 water activity attractions, there is something fun for everyone in the family to do. There’s a pirate ship playground for kids, a wave pool, a lazy river for relaxation and more.

  • Viking Splash Tours

Take a tour of the city on land and water with Viking splash tours. A unique 75-minute tour by ‘Viking guides’ delivering informative, entertaining and engaging commentary as they point out some of Dublin’s famous attractions such as trinity college and St. Patrick’s cathedral. A great and fun experience for families.

  • The Chocolate Warehouse

Let your kids learn about the history of chocolate and where it comes from at the chocolate warehouse. Workshops last around two hours and include a 25-minute video of the origins of cocoa beans, a chocolate-making demo and a tour of machinery used in the chocolate factory. You can also have practical sessions of coating and decorating of chocolates. 

  • Imaginosity, Dublin Children’s Museum

Specifically for children up to 9 years of age, this museum is educationally designed to inspire learning in science, theatre, art, engineering, health and environmental workshops where kids and their parents can engage in creative play. Each session lasts two hours and operates on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Malahide Castle

Pay for a guided tour in the Malahide castle or explore the castle grounds and let your kids enjoy a playground, zipline, a diggers pit and plenty of space to run around. There is also a garden and butterfly house where you can see exotic plants, green space and natural beauty, and an interactive fairy trail full of fun- perfect for kids of all ages.

  • Dublin Zoo

Get close up to the animals at the Dublin zoo located in Phoenix Park. Take your kids to learn about wild animals and endangered species. Dublin Zoo is a registered charity, so your visit will help to develop new habitats, experiences and contribute to conservation.

There are also varioufree activities in Dublin that you can do with your kids, such as enjoying a day out in Phoenix park or taking a stroll along the Howth cliff walk.

Whatever activities you decide to do on your trip with your kids, one thing for sure is that you don’t have to worry about doing the laundry if your kids’ clothes get dirty. With Laundryheap, you can book a collection and have your items cleaned and delivered to your hotel or Airbnb within 24 hours.