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Kids Days Out In Hertfordshire

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There are plenty of things to do for the whole family in the lovely county of Hertfordshire
including Paradise Wildlife Park with lions and tigers. If you are looking for ideas for your school trips then why not check out Celtic Harmony and see how people cooked and made clothes over 2,000 years ago.
We also have many attractions and activities for the disabled for one of your days out.

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check
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Clue HQ Brentwood

You have 60 Minutes to Escape - can you do it?

You have 60 Minutes to Escape - can you do it?
 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Verulamium Museum - St Albans

Verulamium Museum

Museum of Roman Britain with lots of interesting exhibits including mosaics.

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Bury Lane Fun Barn, Melbourn

Great indoor play at the Fun Barn

Bright, fun, spacious soft play area suitable for all ages. The Fun Barn is a great place to bring the children no matter the weather!
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Space2Play - Hitchin

Indoor soft play...

One of the first indoor zip wires in a soft play centre, baby and toddler area, Go Karts, play frame & slides. 

 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Pots of Art - St Albans

Paint your own pottery studio with lots more too!

Come and have fun painting your own original masterpiece, even if you don't think you're artistic!

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Fairlands Valley Park - Stevenage

120 acres parkland

Play area, cafe, watersports, dinghy and windsurfing courses.

  • Free Attraction: Yes
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Stotfold Mill - Hitchin

Fantastic Grade II listed working watermill.

Free Entry.Fully accessible floors and adjacent 8.5 acre Local Nature Reserve. Open most Sundays, March - October.

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check
  • Offers: on-line discounts

Mead Open Farm, near Leighton Buzzard

The Family Farm!

You can expect the very best family day out at award-winning Mead Open Farm with 30 acres of action-packed play indoors and out.
 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Waterhall Farm & Craft Centre - Hitchin

Farm and Crafts centre!

An open farm featuring rare breeds and other attractions.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Mill Green Museum and Mill - Hatfield

We offer many fun activities

Baking and crafts workshops for children and adults throughout the year in our working riverside watermill.
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Offers: online discount

Paradise Wildlife Park, Broxbourne

The UK’s most interactive zoo.

Get up close to our animals, including tigers, lions, monkeys, zebras, camels, penguins and many more. What makes.

 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Farmyard Funworld - Bushey

Many animals to see and feed

Cuddle some of the smaller ones! Outdoor play / picnic area, Gift shop. Special "Mystery Animal "  sessions. Entry £2. per person. 

  • Free Attraction: No

Go Ape - England, Scotland and Wales

You need to Go Ape - tree top adventures. Special offers on our site!

Discounts on Go Ape Tree Top Adventures & Segway with 29 centres around the UK in some of Britains best forests.
 
  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Offers: Click though for current discount offers.

Harry Potters Studio Tour

The fantastic Harry Potter Studio Tour

This fantastic tour of the Harry Potter Studio will enthrall all ages. Discounts regularly available.
Find out where it is plus all other info about this great attraction.
 
  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Walter Rothschild Zooligical Museum - Tring

Learn more about a range of different species of animals!

Part of Natural History Museum housing over 5000 specimens of animals!

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Hatfield House - Hatfield

Hatfield Park Farm: a traditional breeds farm.

Enjoy strolling through the paddocks and feeding the animals through the hoppers. Also enjoy the adventure playground.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Hertford Museum

Hertford Museum

Local history museum with restored Jacobean knot garden. 

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Partly - Call to check

Herts Young Mariners Base - Chestnut

Range of outdoor activities for youngsters

Enjoy activities including sailing, kayaking, climbing,  windsurfing. Must be pre-booked.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: No

British Museum of Miniatures - Royston

Dolls House Museum

Designed as a place to bring the whole family, Maple Street is the largest Dolls House and Miniature Shop in Europe.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Offers: Great offers on website!

Dinosaur Safari Adventure Golf - Arkley

Dinosaur Themed 18 Hole Adventure Golf

18 holes of fun packed Adventure Golf amongst 7 giants of the Jurassic period, cascading waterfalls, flowing streams and much more! Situated in Arlkey Hertfordshire.

  • Free Attraction: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Knebworth House, Gardens & Park, Knebworth

Activities for children of all ages.

Adventure playground with swings, bouncy castle, giant slide. 11.00 to 17.00 on park opening days.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Celtic Harmony Camp - Brickendon

Join in craft activities in the round house.

Take part in a family Woodland Survival course. See how the people of the Celtic Iron Age, over 2000 years ago, made food, clothes, shelters.

  • Free Attraction: Partly - See Website
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes

Welwyn Roman Baths

Tunnel through time to the world of the Romans.

You can't take a hot bath any more - the boiler went out about 1,800 years ago when the Romans left!