We're all becoming increasingly aware of climate change and the often dramatic and shocking effects that our actions, as a species, are having on the planet. Our over reliance on fossil fuels, complete with many other human activities, are causing some big changes to the Earth, and it's vital that we start acting now if we want to undo some of the damage done and create a better, safer world for future generations.

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Many organizations, groups, educational institutions, and other entities are all trying to raise awareness of climate change, and the Cool Planet Experience is a wonderful example of how the subject can be turned into something engaging, exciting, and educational for younger visitors in particular.

This popular Dublin attraction is suitable for everyone aged 7 and above. It’s an interactive experience, lasting about an hour in total, exploring the many aspects of climate change, including how it happens, the effects it's having on the planet, and ways in which we might be able to stop it. The experience includes fun activities like 'time traveling to the year 2050' to show visitors how much the world might change if things stay the same.

Visiting the Cool Planet Experience

The Cool Planet Experience is rated as one of the best things to do in Dublin and the surrounding area. It's a very educational but also entertaining activity that visitors of all ages can learn a lot from, and here's all you need to know about it:

- Tickets and Admission - To visit the Cool Planet Experience, you'll need to have a ticket. Adults will have to pay the standard price, while children will be able to enter the experience at a discounted rate, and there are also cheaper prices for students and old age pensioners. You can buy a family ticket, providing entry to the Cool Planet Experience for two adults and two children, at a discounted rate also. Parking at the Cool Planet Experience is totally free, and you can book your tickets online to save time.

- Opening Times - The Cool Planet Experience is open 7 days a week and almost every single day of the year. It closes down for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day. The opening times at this Dublin attraction are from 10am to 5pm, and the last tour sets off at 4pm.

- Duration - The Cool Planet Experience lasts for one hour on average.

- Getting There - The Cool Planet Experience is located in the gorgeous location of Powestcourt Estate and Gardens, Enniskerry, County Wicklow. You can travel by car direct from Dublin, taking the N11 southbound and then following signs for Enniskerry Village. If you prefer to make use of public transport, you can take the bus. The No. 44 bus leaves Dublin City and arrives in Enniskerry village, just 20 minutes away from the Cool Planet Experience by foot. If you're traveling from Bray, you can take the No. 185 bus instead and get off in Enniskerry too.

- Events and Birthdays - Does your little one have a birthday coming up? Visiting the Cool Planet Experience is a wonderful way to celebrate the big day, letting the kids and their parents have plenty of fun together while learning a lot too. Birthday experiences and parties are available every day of the week, with costs ranging between €16 - €18 per child.

- Large Groups - The Cool Planet Experience tours typically have a maximum capacity of 15 people in order to let everyone enjoy the various exhibits and displays along the way without feeling crowded out. If you do want to enjoy the tour as part of a larger group, you can get in touch with the Cool Planet Experience to arrange this. You can call +353 (1) 518 0197 or fill out an online contact form.

- Important Information about the Cool Planet Experience - There are a few rules and recommendations to be aware of if you're considering visiting the Cool Planet Experience. Firstly, it's important to note that these tours are designed for all ages, but younger guests should be aged at least 7 to really appreciate and enjoy the experience. Loud noises and strobe lights are used throughout the tour and some other elements of the experience may be deemed unsuitable to very young children. Booking your tickets in advance is essential if you don't want to miss out on the tour, and you can bring your camera and take photos and videos along the way. If you're hungry or thirsty before or after the tour, you can visit the Avoca cafe in the main building of Powerscourt House. website