Dreamland is the first fully accessible and inclusive Fun Centre built in Ireland and was built to ensure all children could play together in a safe and secure environment. Where else would you get parents going down a slide built for adults with kids in tow, shopping in the supermarket, putting out a fire in full fireman gear, talking to the Control tower on board the Flight of dreams, getting a makeover in Girls world, being a Prince or Princess in the Castle of Dreams, climbing the Tree of Life, a check-up in the toy hospital, escaping to Dreamscape, hanging out in the Town Square and lots to be done in construction site.
Dreamland was built by the Share a Dream Foundation, the children’s charity which makes dreams a reality for seriously ill children all over Ireland. Seriously ill and disabled children registered with Dreamland get free admission to the centre and all other children and adults pay an admission fee.
Dreamland also hosts group visits like school tours, birthday parties and other occasions. School tours include lunch as well as play time. Birthday parties include selecting your party room and your character and last 2hrs with a delicious choice of food for all the guests.
Dreamland was voted No.1 play centre in Ireland by the Irish Times.