Stuck for ideas on what to do with your kids this Whitsun May Holiday? If so, look no further, we at Future Inns are situated in three fantastic cities with many fun things to do that will keep your kids entertained...and they won’t cost you a small fortune either.
Fun things to do with Kids in Cardiff
The Wales Millennium Centre
Located in the heart of Cardiff Bay, the WMC hosts lots of fun and inspiring activities, making it the perfect day out for young children and their families. The centre opens at 10am and is free to visit. You can enjoy the regular performances, tours and even get messy/creative in their workshops.
More info: http://www.wmc.org.uk/families/
The Cardiff Story Museum
Let your kids travel back in history and experience The Cardiff Story Museum. They will discover the history of Cardiff through film, photographs, stories and objects, and learn how Cardiff grew from a small market town to the capital city it is today. The museum is free and features numerous interactive galleries and is located in the Old Library building.
More info: http://www.cardiffmuseum.com/
Doctor Who Experience
This is a truly unique experience that is not to be missed, you will be transported by the Tardis through space to different time zones in order to help the Doctor with his mission and save him from his enemies. Oh and be prepared to bump into a few scary monsters, including Daleks, Cymbermen and Sontarans….ahhhh
More info: http://www.doctorwho.tv/events/doctor-who-experience/
Cardiff Spy Mission Treasure Trail
This trail is a fantastic activity for the whole family. You will be walking around Cardiff Bay, visiting many of the historical sights on the way, in order to collect the answers to the clues. The trail is 2.5 miles long and is a great opportunity to get your kids exercising in the open air.
£6.99 for One Trail booklet recommended for a group of 4 to 5 people.
More info: https://www.treasuretrails.co.uk/things-to-do/south-wales
You will not be short of things to do in the National Museum of Cardiff. There’s always plenty to see and do whatever your interests. Personally, we recommend the Evolution of Wales exhibition where you can travel through time and come face to face with the giant Woolly Mammoth and Dinosaurs.
Don’t forget to visit the Clore Discovery Centre where you can inspect historical weapons, dinosaur bones, insects and so much more.
More info: https://museum.wales/cardiff/
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Fun things to do with Kids in Bristol
Set within 12 acres of grounds and beautiful gardens, Bristol Zoo is the perfect adventure for young children. You will come face to face with hundreds of bizarre, cute, and endangered animals from across the globe. So why not visit the zoo and wave at the family of gorillas, be mesmerised by the colourful, tropical Butterfly Forest or watch as the seals and penguins splash and dive. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay, check out our discounted ‘Wild Days Out Offer’: http://www.futureinns.co.uk/bristol/special-offers/wild-days-out-in-bristol
Over 15s £17
2 to 14s £11
Under 2s Free
More info: http://www.bristolzoo.org.uk/
Wondering how to use all of that energy your child has this holiday? Then why not take them along to experience Laser Fusion? Laser tag is very much like living in a high action combat computer game, and don’t worry, there is zero contact, the high tech infra-red equipment does all the work!
One Game £5.95
Two Games £9.95
Additional Games £2
More info: http://www.laserfusion.info/
If you and your kids fancy channelling your inner Einstein, At-Bristol is a truly unique experience not to be missed. There are many hands on, action packed exhibits to discover and regular live shows to be watched.
Under 3s admitted Free!
Adults from £14.60
Children from £9.40
More info: https://www.at-bristol.org.uk/
Pirate Pete’s Walking Tour
This is a fantastic activity for the whole family. You will enjoy a walk around the quays of Bristol, discovering the history of the city, including stories about the pirates and swashbucklers of the 17th/18th Centuries. Oh and dressing up is encouraged…that means you Dad.
More info: http://www.piratewalks.co.uk/
Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery
You will not be short of things to do in the Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery. There are many rooms to explore, from impressive artwork to the dinosaur section. This experience will leave both you and your kids inspired. If your child is under 7, we recommend that you visit the ‘under 7s area’ where many a creepy story is told, pots are made and young actors may be born.
More info: https://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/
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Fun things to do with Kids in Plymouth
Dartmoor Zoological Park
Set within 30 acres of beautiful parkland, Dartmoor Zoological Park is the perfect adventure for young children. You will come face to face with Josie the Lion and Ben the Brown Bear, or if you prefer things that come in smaller packages, you could check out the tiny Stick Insects! So why not visit the park and learn more about our interesting planet and how to look after it?
Child (4 to 15 years) £9.85
Child Concession (Disabled) £8.95
3 and under Free!
Family (4 persons, max 2 adults) £42
More info: http://www.dartmoorzoo.org/
Plymouth Pavilion’s Ice Rink
Thinking of ways to use up all of that energy your child has this holiday? Then why not take them to Plymouth Pavilion’s Ice Rink? There are a variety of sessions available from the tiny tots' sessions to the discos, ice hockey to group lessons, as well as, the general public skate times.
Adult £7.50 to £8.50
Kids £4.20 to £7
More info: https://www.plymouthice.co.uk/Online/
Curious About Plymouth
This trail is a fantastic activity for the whole family. You will be walking around Plymouth, visiting many of the historical sights on the way! The walk is 1-2 hours long and will expand your knowledge, entertain and challenge you…not to mention it will also get your kids exercising in the open air.
£4.99 for a download,
or £5.50 + P and P for a pre-printed booklet.
National Marine Aquarium
Visit National Marine Aquarium, the UK's largest aquarium and be amazed at their fascinating underwater world. You can experience the many fantastic displays of mesmerising marine life from across the globe, ranging from the tiny seahorses to the large sharks.
Child (4 to 15 years old inclusive) £10.95
3 years old and under Free
Senior Citizens £11.95
Family (2 adults + 2 children) £46
More info: http://www.national-aquarium.co.uk/
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We would be delighted to have your family stay with us over the Whitsun Holiday. To check availability visit: www.futureinns.co.uk
Don't foget to check out Family Breaks pages too - accessible from the main menu!