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Kids Activities Under £10 in Bath
Keeping the kids entertained can come at a price. However, here in Bath there’s plenty of fun and affordable family activities to get your teeth into and we've outlined the highlights right here in our guide to kids activities in Bath for under £10.
Have a read below as we give you a roundup of £10 or less activities and family days out in Bath.
Baloo’s is one of the best indoor multi-levelled soft play centres near Bath that provides safe, secure and stimulating play environment for children from 0-12 years, with dedicated playzones for babies, toddlers & juniors!
Bath Sports and Leisure Centre
Better Bath Sports and Leisure Centre offer a huge range of children’s activities at a very affordable price. Little ones can enjoy a bounce at the Better Extreme Trampoline Park, score strikes in the bowling alley, run wild in the soft play or swim like a little fish in their fun pool! There’s no chance anyone will be getting bored anytime soon at Better Bath!
Bath City Farm
Bath City Farm is a free (donations welcome) and very family friendly farm with plenty to do with the kids! There’s plenty for all ages to do including seeing the animals, farm shop, play area for toddlers and lots of nature trails for wildlife loving families. There is also a popular café on site with stunning views over Bath which serve sandwiches, salads, soups, sausage rolls and cakes!
Bath Skyline is probably one for older children (6+) but is definitely not to be missed. With panoramic views across the heritage city, Bath Skyline offers a breath-taking experience for all. The family discovery trail (which is wheelchair/pushchair accessible) is popular with families and is loaded with fun activities for the kids to get involved in.
No matter how many times you visit the impressive, architectural wonder that’s Bath Abbey, there’s always something new to learn. The Abbey is huge and prides itself on dating back until the 10th century. Whether it’s the stain-glass windows the kids love, the relaxing music that echoes throughout the building or reading about the interesting history – there’s definitely something for everyone.