101 Best Things To Do With Kids In Bath

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  1. Meet, greet, and feed cute animals at Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park.
  2. Interact with dozens of famous deer of Dyrham Park.
  3. Play archery and clay pigeon shooting for adults and children then have fun with animals on the farm at Wellow Trekking Centre.
  4. Play minigolf, feed, and interact with a variety of farm animals such as goats, sheep, pigs, donkeys, and more at Hope Nature Centre.
  5. Enjoy the animals, cafe, play park, walking trails and views at Bath City Farm
  6. Experience the quintessential charm of the English countryside.
  7. Cruise the River Avon up to Pulteney Bridge
  8. Ride a 25-Minute City Boat Trip to Pulteney Bridge.
  9. Enjoy Canapés & Prosecco while on a Boat Cruise with your family.
  10. Enjoy the sites and info of UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath while doing a river cruise & a walking tour.
  11. Keep the children entertained with a kid’s quiz during a City Boat Trip and Walking Tour.
  12. Take your family to a walking tour with views over Bath.
  13. Travel on an open-top, double-decker bus with panoramic views of the city, and you can hop-on or off at points of interest.
  14. Relax and enjoy a lunchtime cruise through the center of Bath to a traditional riverside pub.
  15. Explore the darker history of Bath as you dance along to some spooky songs while you explore the city.
  16. Discover Arlington Row, featured in the film Stardust.
  17. Visit the only factory that still makes Cheddar Cheese in Cheddar.
  18. Explore the best of Bath & visit the Stonehenge in one day.
  19. Discover and share a secret with your family regarding the location between Bath and London!
  20. Explore the mystical Stonehenge on a private sunset tour with your family.
  21. Experience a quick but unique perspective of this World Heritage City on foot, which is perfect for families.
  22. Find out about the inspiration, life, and writing of Jane Austen at Jane Austen Centre.
  23. Have a relaxed and fun day with the whole family at Willow Farm.
  24. Play with kites & have fun at the wooden play area for kids after saying hello to piglets, rabbits, hens, ponies, and alpaca at the White Row Farm.
  25. Shop for fresh produce & gifts to take home or just simply enjoy freshly ground, seasonal coffee while your kids interact and feed animals with adult supervision at Neston Farm Shop & Kitchen.
  26. Fascinate children as they view how to get milk from cows or just enjoy the fresh milk products including cheese toastie or a tasty homemade cake at The Bath Soft Cheese Co.
  27. Climb, swing, slide, eat, and party with your kids at the Playbarn, then enjoy the company of farm animals after at Farrington’s Farm.
  28. Enjoy Water Activities, Water Sports & Boat Hire, Zoos, Safari & Wildlife Parks at Puxton Park.
  29. Play ping pong or tennis and let your kids play in the children’s playground at Alice Park.
  30. Have major family fun at an indoor play centre that has trampolines, slides, bridges, and ball showers at Go Bananas.
  31. Walk or cycle to Bathhampton with the full view of beautiful Kennet & Avon Canal.
  32. Have an exhilarating race with your family at M4 Karting, the premier indoor Karting and Mini Moto centre in the South West.
  33. Let your toddlers join Roots and Shoots at the Bath City Farm and let them discover nature.
  34. Watch a film at Kids Club & Toddler Time at Little Cinema.
  35. Spend an unforgettable superhero-themed or unicorn-themed birthday at The Makery.
  36. Let your kids play on the children’s playground at Parade Gardens, & join the Halloween Parade every October.
  37. Dress up with your kids in Victorian-style fashion in the Fashion Museum.
  38. Bond with your kids as you do the five senses family trail at Victoria Art Gallery.
  39. Get creative at Funky Art House as your kids join the children’s art classes.
  40. Enjoy the magical world of Lauren Child with the brilliant family trail & kids activities at The Holburne Museum.
  41. Join interactive storytelling at The Edge, Bath’s largest contemporary arts centre.
  42. Visit Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House and the Roman Baths.
  43. See what life was like for Bath’s most fashionable residents at No 1 Royal Crescent.
  44. Visit the American museum and get family explorer backpacks for your kids as they dress up as a Pilgrim, Pioneer or Cowboy.
  45. Take your kids to an educational journey through the history of America at the American Museum & Gardens.
  46. Explore the previous home of astronomer and musician William Herschel and his sister Caroline at Herschel Museum of Astronomy.
  47. Explore the fashion museum at Assembly Rooms.
  48. Explore and look at the architectural history of Bath at Museum of Bath Architecture.
  49. Marvel at Oriental Art and Treasures dating from 5000 BC at Museum of East Asian Art.
  50. Learn the history of Bath at the quirky Bath Postal Museum.
  51. Be impressed by this 17th-century tower & be mystified by the graveyard & museum at the bottom of Beckford’s Tower.
  52. Be inspired by original artworks and by limited prints at Imagination Gallery.
  53. Experience the best art gallery with contemporary shows at BathBeaux Arts Gallery.
  54. Buy contemporary art at Gallery and Barrow.
  55. Experience Super Pirates Events at Komedia where adults & babies get free passes.
  56. Let your kids experience their first session of Yoga.
  57. Shop at the Jane Austen Centre.
  58. Shop at one of the main shopping streets in the centre of Bath at Milsom Street.
  59. Play tennis or mini-golf with your family at Excel.
  60. Get instant booking for hot air balloons at Bath Balloons.
  61. Ride over bath via a hot air balloon at Virgin Balloon Flights.
  62. Have a look at Bath Abbey, where the coronation of King Edgar, the first king of England took place.
  63. Have a family food trip at Bath Street Food Market.
  64. Watch a show at The Egg Theatre, Royal Bath’s award-winning theatre for children, young people and their families.
  65. Enjoy a Sunday worship with your family at St Michael’s Church.
  66. Climb up and see a breathtaking view from the Sham Castle.
  67. Spend a relaxing and quiet tour at St Mary’s Churchyard.
  68. Explore a re-creation of a Georgian town garden during the 1700s at the Georgian Garden.
  69. Discover your family’s creative side at The Makery.
  70. Do the Bath spy mission at Treasure Trail.
  71. Let the kids play around the jungle gym apparatus and monkey bars at Royal Victoria Park.
  72. Visit the Prior Park Landscape Gardens which was designed in the 18th century by the famous poet Alexander Pope.
  73. Look for Mr. Bubble who creates massive bubbles for kids at Bath Street.
  74. Get a taste of the English countryside and sample the award-winning organic cheese at the Bath Soft Cheese farm in Kelston.
  75. Enjoy the 22m Swimming Pool with your kids at Culverhay Leisure Centre.
  76. Visit the resting place of iconic people including Admiral Arthur Phillip, founder of Australia & famous painter Walter Sickert at St Nicholas Church.
  77. Add something different to your itinerary and visit Mumfords Vineyard, to learn more about wine-making.
  78. Enjoy running around the Beazer Garden Maze with your kids.
  79. Do fun activities like raft building and paddle boarding with the whole family at Original Wild.
  80. Discover the Elf & Fairy Door Trail at the Rainbow Woods, where kids can also have fun at the woodland play area.
  81. Have an ice cream at Swoon.
  82. Have an afternoon tea while feeling like a character in a Jane Austen novel.
  83. Eat Bath Buns at Sally Lunn’s teahouse to have a taste of where it originally originated.
  84. Visit a small area of stalls filled with antiques and unique treasures at Bath Saturday Antique & Flea Market.
  85. Explore and shop for great finds at Bath Vintage & Antique Market.
  86. Watch the funny and brilliant show by Ozmoses at Krowd Keepers: Magic Theatre.
  87. Enjoy a lively evening in a cosy intimate venue at the Chapel Arts Centre.
  88. Experience a unique performance and interact with Bath’s Fowls and Owls at West of England Falconry.
  89. Enjoy an intimate theatre performance for the whole family in The Rondo at Larkhall
  90. Enjoy a private cruise filled with music and stories at The Lady Lena.
  91. Choose between walking trips and river cruises with your family at River Adventures.
  92. Climb to the top of Alexandra Park.
  93. Look around the plazas around the Gothic Cathedral.
  94. Run around the paving stone maze, most of the children’s favorite part of the Beazer Garden Maze.
  95. Admire a variety of flowers and wildlife with your family at Sydney Gardens, Bath’s oldest park.
  96. Travel through time to the 18th Century as you walk around The Circus.
  97. Get to see a spectacular view from Bath from Alexandra Park.
  98. Roam around a real castle at Farleigh Hungerford Castle.
  99. Eat the famous buns at Sally Lunns.
  100. Bask in the amazing view of the Bath Skyline at National Trust.
  101. Climb the Little Solsbury Hill, site of King Arthur’s decisive victory, for a fantastic view of Bath.

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