Get Out There And Enjoy The Final Day Of The Festival Of Curiosity

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Festival-of-Curiosity

The Festival of Curiosity, which started last Thursday, is having its final day in Dublin today.

Founded in 2013, the annual event aims to promote a culture of curiosity for the arts and sciences, attracting over 40,000 visitors each year as well as establishing itself as one of the most innovative festivals in Europe.

The not-for-profit organisation still has plenty up its sleeves for its final day. Visitors can enjoy the Curiosity Carnival, which is an adventure in science, play and curious technology at Smock Alley, Urban Explorer Natures Walks, Science With Dragons, Explore And Excavate At Dublinia, and much more.

If you want to attend the event's final day for a fantastic family day out, check out full details of the Festival of Curiosity's programme and venues here.

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Seán Kenehan

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