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Not sure what to do with your children after school or on weekends?  The following articles provide some great ideas and highlight what is around for children in Tripoli.

Indoor Play Centre - Where dreams are played

The Indoor Play Centre in Tripoli is a fantastic open plan warehouse style centre with a variety of play areas for children of varying ages.  Small children and babies will enjoy areas designated purely for them, with colourful balls, small tunnels and  soft play houses.  Older children will enjoy the inflatable slide, trampolines and the large frame play equipment including a slide which is the envy of all the parents! > read more

Janzour Cinema - Let’s go to the movies!

There is no cinema dedicated to English speaking films in Libya, however, housed within the Janzour Holiday Village is the Janzour Cinema.  The cinema shows Arabic films, but they also have a private room which expats are able to hire, providing they bring along their own DVD!  > read more

The Tripoli Zoo - Where the pink flamingo reign

The Tripoli Zoo can be a great day out for young children.  Public green shaded spaces are difficult to find in Tripoli and the zoo provides just that.  At the entry to the zoo, a public playground can be found.  It is shaded by lovely eucalyptus trees and on a mild day is a lovely way to spend a few hours.  > read more

Family Fun - At the Al Waddan Hotel Tripoli

Every Friday between 13.00 and 16.00 the Al Waddan hosts a family fun day in the Al Midan and Al Midan Terrace.  A buffet lunch is served, and entertainment and activities for children are provided in the designated ‘Kids Corner.’  > read more

Watersports - Explore the Mediterranean

Within the Janzour Tourist Village located in the west of Tripoli is Scuba Libya, a Professional Association of Diving Instructors Diving Centre.  Scuba Libya was established in Libya in 2003.  With multilingual diving instructors (English, French and Arabic), Scuba Libya offers swimming and diving ..  > read more

The grounds at Al Furuseya - Run Forest Run!

Lush green parks, gardens, running tracks and play areas for kids.  Sounds like one of England’s public parks, but, believe it or not, Tripoli has its very own Hyde Park.  Al-Furuseya is a public park in the Abusetta area which boasts two large children’s playgrounds, and green fields .... > read more

Kids dance classes - Hip to the Hop

A selection of after-school dance classes for children in Tripoli ranging from Ballet, Gymnastics and Hip-Hop

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The Museum of Libya - Fit for a King

The building housing this hi-tech museum was built by the Italians for their governor and later used by King Idris. After the revolution it was renamed The People's Palace and you will find it marked as such on maps of Tripoli. (Look a couple of blocks south-east from Green Square.) ... > read more

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