The Summer Holidays are around the corner and you may be thinking how to keep the kids occupied for six weeks! Here’s is a list of some summer activities to help you out.credit: bristolballoonfiesta
One of Bristol’s most popular parks and picnic spots, Brandon Hill can be enjoyed by all the family! From a play park to a secret garden it has it all. If you’ve got a head for heights, y0u can even take a trip up Cabot Tower and best of all it’s completely FREE!
Ahoy me hearties! Discover Bristol’s turbulent history and hidden secrets on this guided pirate walk. The walk can be enjoyed by kids and adults alike and allows you to take a step back in time! See the website for dates and prices.
There’s no better way to spend the sunnier months than at Ashton Court Estate. One of Bailey Balloons launch sites, the country park and estate boasts 850 acres of woodland and grassland and has many activities including golf, horse riding and cycle trails!
Travel back in time and experience the old locomotives and carriages from the original Midland Railway Station. The old carriages and tracks have been restored by a group of volunteers who also provide guided tours.
Situated in the lakegrounds of Portishead with stunning views of thr Bristol Channel, the Portishead Open Air Pool is fun for all the family! For more information and prices visit the website.
This year’s Bristol International Balloon Fiesta takes place from Thursday 10th August – Sunday 13th August. The Fiesta is four fabulous days of free fun and there’s lots to do with the kids! Bailey Balloons will be flying from the Fiesta itself and YOU can join us. Flights are available to purchase now starting at just £200 per person.
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