The summer holidays are finally here, if you are looking for fun things to do with the kids then you have landed in the right place. Birmingham has lots to offer over the summer, Here are some summer holiday activities for kids in Birmingham:
- The Floodgate Come and play a game (or 4) right here in Digbeth. From Car Racing, Baseball, Curling and Table Crazy Golf we have it all. Did we mention that kids eat for £1? Or games are suitable for children aged 7+ and adults so you can have fun with your kids on the activities. We are running special summer hours from 10am on Wednesdays & Thursdays + our usual Sunday hours. We look forward to welcoming your family to The Floodgate. BOOK HERE
- Bring it on Brum! This is a free programme of activities for children and young people aged 4-16 who are eligible to receive benefits-related free school meals. The activities take place in schools, leisure centres, youth clubs, community venues and parks. There are a variety of activities to choose from, including indoor and outdoor games, cookery skills, arts and crafts, sports, fitness and dance, health and wellbeing, quizzes, park activities and nature trails.
- Holiday camps There are a number of holiday camps in Birmingham that offer a variety of activities for children of all ages. Some camps focus on specific activities, such as sports, arts and crafts, or drama, while others offer a more general range of activities.
- Visiting attractions Birmingham has a number of attractions that are perfect for kids, such as the National SEA LIFE Centre, the Thinktank Science Museum, and Cadbury World. There are also a number of parks and gardens in Birmingham that are great for a day out, such as Cannon Hill Park, Edgbaston Park, and the Botanical Gardens.
- Going on day trips There are a number of places that are within easy reach of Birmingham that are great for day trips, such as Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, and the Peak District.
- Having fun at home There are a number of things that kids can do at home to keep themselves entertained during the summer holidays, such as playing games, reading books, doing arts and crafts, or watching movies.
Here are some additional tips for entertaining kids on summer holidays:
- Plan ahead: Make a list of activities that you would like to do with your kids, and then book tickets or make reservations in advance. This will help to ensure that you have something to do every day, and that you don't have to spend time faffing around when you could be having fun.
- Be flexible: Things don't always go according to plan, so be prepared to be flexible. If it's raining, for example, you might need to change your plans and go to an indoor activity instead.
- Make it a family affair: Get the whole family involved in the activities, so that everyone can have fun. This could include things like going on bike rides, playing games in the garden, or having a picnic in the park.
- Don't forget the basics: Make sure that your kids have plenty of sunscreen, water, and snacks when they're out and about. You might also want to pack a first-aid kit in case of any accidents.
I hope this helps!