National Aquatic Centre - Dublin
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The National Aquatic Centre is one of the world's largest indoor water centres.
For serious swimmers, it features a 10-lane 50 metre x 25 metre international standard swimming pool and a 25 metre international standard diving pool/warm up pool.
If you're just looking for a good splash about - and a great indoor option on the inevitable grey days - there's the AquaZone water park (try the Masterblaster and the Green Giant), a children's play pool and wave pool.
Not enough for you yet? There's also the ToneZone, a state-of-the-art health club/gymnasium.
So dust off those Speedos and prepare to access your inner Michael Phelps. But there's so much to do here, you can actually have a whale (tee-hee) of a time without ever going near the water.
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