10 Unique Stores for Children and Teen in Dublin
Dublin has lots of stores to offer when it comes to the little ones and teens other than just clothes.
From video games, books and toys there really is something for everyone! Whether you’re looking for that perfect gift, new pieces for school, or supporting their newest hobby.
Cogs the Brain Shop, First Floor, St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
Cogs’ collection of fun quality products designed to build better brains and learn through play whatever your age. So call in and have fun while you play games, solve puzzles, try out gadgets to fin the right products for you and your favourite brains. You’ll meet the friendly staff who love creating a fun, interactive environment where customers can reach their brain’s fullest potential.
Tales for Tadpoles, 47 Drury Street
With the aim to bring the wonderful world of children’s books and illustration into your life with beautiful and very special gifts for children that have been carefully sourced and handpicked, and of course gifts for adults too.
Banba Toymaster, 48 Mary Street
This Irish-owned and family-run business has been situated on Mary Street since 1945. Set over 2 massive floors, Banba Toymaster is your one stop shop for all your children’s gifts. They have such a huge amount of stock you could spend hours wandering around this toy haven.
Barn, 21 Exchequer Street
Barn is “Industry for kids” in many Scandinavian countries and are proud to introduce to kids concept store with a unique collection of designer baby and children’s home and lifestyle products.
Søstrene Grene, 69-70 South Great George’s Street
Søstrene Grene offer a wide assortment of products that are ideal for kids from craft and DIY, to party items, school supplies, tableware for breakfast, lunch & dinner as well as toys.
KID Store, Top Floor, Powerscourt Centre
KID is a design-led concept store offering a modern collection of beautiful brands for babies, kids and parents! Situated on the top floor of the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, featuring a collective of established and emerging Irish brands across babies and kids fashion, toys and gifts, homewares, children’s interiors and accessories. KID offers a unique shopping experience for the modern family including a play area for kids and a comfortable baby feeding room.
Designist, 68 South Great George’s Street
Run by Barbara Nolan and Jennie Flynn, Designist prides itself on offering the best of Irish and international product design. For kids you’ll not only find dolls and sand games for little ones, but also books and stationary pieces for those a little older. The duo’s ethos is that all products should be beautiful, useful and affordable – preferably under €100!
Sub City Comics, 53 Mary Street
Sub City is Ireland’s longest running Irish-owned comic store, which first opened its doors way back in 1994. Owned by brothers Robert and Brian Curley, they opened the shop because of their love for comics and movie culture.
Dublin City Comics, 103-104 Capel Street
Stocking a wide range of comics, collectibles, figures and more, Dublin City Comics has everything you’re looking for. Your favourite characters from Star Wars, Transformers, Gundam, Marvel and DC – whether you’re looking to nab the newest comic book or an action figure.
Games Workshop: Warhammer, 3 Lower Liffey Street
The Games Workshop is one of the most unique spots in town, where young and older adults get together for a few games of Warhammer. From a variety of action figures, board and card games to more, this Liffey Street staple has been a great imaginative and creative outlet for many.