Let’s go on a day out where your little mathematicians can explore,
At KidZania, Bank of England Museum, Bletchley Park and more!
Whether they’re earning KidZos, counting pins or learning about history,
These amazing spots are the perfect places to be!
KidZania, Westfield, London
Take the kids to KidZania where they can try out loads of real life jobs, including working in a bank, police officer and even a journalist! Each role-play experience is crafted to teach kids essential life skills including financial literacy, team work and independence. Plus if your child is over 8 years old, they can explore KidZania by themselves while you refuel with a cup of coffee or enjoy a spot of shopping! BOOK HERE
Bank of England Museum, London
Gain an insight into the chronological history of banking at this wonderful museum. The exhibitions regularly change but you’ll be sure to find something fascinating and there are historic coins and notes available to look at! You’ll see some wonderful art on display, all connected to the history of the bank. Other items on display include an early typewriter, a Victorian cut-glass and brass inkwell, and some Victorian banking tools! Find out more.
Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
Learn all about the historic Bletchley Park where codebreakers helped to win WW2 in this very place! It’s a really interesting day out for adults and kids, with loads of interactive exhibits and activities to get the little ones involved. Find out more.
Bowlplex, Various Locations
Who doesn’t love a good old fashioned game of bowling? Not only will you get to spend some time together as a family for this much loved classic, but your little ones will be able to take note how many pins they’ve knocked down… and how many more they need to knock the lot over! Find out more.
Roman Baths and Pump Room, Bath
Whilst this is indeed more of a historical based attraction, you’ll also get an insight into Roman Numerals! This 2,000 year old bath house and temple, built next to the country’s only hot spring, has four main features: the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House and the Museum. The museum is home to wonderful artefacts including Roman currency coins, a gilt bronze head of the goddess Sulis Minerva, discovered in 1727 and also the central image of the Gorgon’s head! Find out more.
Do you know any more mind boggling maths days out? We’d really love to know! Someone else might love it, and really want to give them a go! If you’ve got ideas, suggestions or reviews, you can shout all about it on whatever channel you choose!