From toddlers to teens there is something for everyone whether they like sport, adventure, crafts, learning or more. Take a look at our top 10 suggestions, we promise the kids will have a great time, and you will too!
Kids will love the never-ending staircase and the magnificent views from the top. With 93 steps, it’s not for the faint-hearted.
With swimming pools, climbing wall, inflatable sessions and soft play, kids f all ages will find something fun to do.
A safe and flat traffic-free trail dotted with play areas and recreation grounds so bring your bike and walk and explore this delightful route.
Amazing exhibits and fun activities including crafts and dressing up. For a fun, kid-friendly trail around the city, pick up a free map or download here (add link to map) to explore the city and learn it’s history. Map also available from St Albans Cathedral or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Verulamium Park offers huge green parkland with lakes, children’s play area and seasonal splash park. Or visit Clarence Park and Bernards Heath for playgrounds and pitches where kids can play.
Bring your bike and for a daredevil ride try the Pump Track and Dirt Jumps or build your skills and confidence on the Cyclocross or Leisure Track. Relax in the café and watch your kids enjoy a memorable experience.
With children’s shows, tractor rides, farmyard petting, funfair rides and huge indoor and outdoor play areas, they won’t want to leave.
The UK’s oldest aviation museum is a fascinating day out with lots of hands-on activities and the chance to get up close to the iconic Mosquito combat aircraft nicknamed the “Wood Wonder” or “Mossie”.
All ages are welcome to practise new tricks or learn basic skills on skateboards, scooters and in -liners.
Pull levers and watch signal demonstrations at this unique interactive attraction, perfect for the whole family. Check here for opening times.