2023 Outdoor Astro Park School Tours are a fantastic day out for Schools and Classes of all ages

We all know that the best way for children to learn is by playing and experimenting. At Astro Park we have everything needed to make your school tour unforgettable.

Spending the day outside, out from behind their desks doing fun team activities, games and challenges will help students develop socio-educational and physical skills while learning values ​​such as companionship, teamwork, personal development, discipline, and self-control.

Our goal is to ensure that every child has a lot of fun engaging in social and physical activities that stimulate both the mind and the body, helping this way to create maximum benefit and enhanced productivity in the classroom.

On top of great football coaching, the kids will enjoy innovative sports games and lots of inflatable fun!

* To book your school tour, choose your site below and pay a €100 Deposit. The remaining balance must then be paid in advance of the tour taking place. 

What your School group will get up to:

The session includes some or all of:

  • Nerf Wars (ages 6+)
  • Inflatable Obstacle Course
  • Target Zone
  • Bubble Football (ages 7+)
  • Foot Darts
  • Volleyball
  • Crazy Sports Day style races & games
  • Combat archery (ages 11+)
  • Sumo Wrestling
  • Inflatable Foosball
  • 8 in 1 All Action Inflatable Arena

Activities vary depending on the age of the kids and the duration of the school tour that you wish to do.

2 Dublin Locations – Northside (Coolock – Santry),  Southside (Tallaght)

Minimum numbers of 40+ apply for school tours but we have other tailored options available for smaller groups.

Packages which are fully supervised by our staff cost as follows:

  • €15 per child for 2 hours
  • €20 per child for 3 hours

For an awesome school trip for kids of all ages, contact us today. Also suitable for teenagers and even adults!

To enquire just fill in the enquiry form on this page and we’ll send you more details.

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