The summer holidays can really be a test,
Sometimes all you want is a nice long rest!
Well here are some places the kids can have fun,
Without the constant need to call for Mum!
1. KidZania Summer Camp
30th July – 16th August 8.30AM – 6PM weekdays only
Explore fun activities at KidZania for longer this Summer with exclusive access to Summer Camp! The special activities are designed to give kids a more in-depth experience of their favourite professions in KidZania this summer. Summer Camp is available for kids aged 6-12 years and you must book tickets directly through KidZania. Don’t worry, you can still visit KidZania outside of these times for a normal session and make a saving with us! BOOK HERE.
2. Flip Out Trampoline Parks, Various Locations
With wall-to-wall trampolines, foam pits, battle beams and more, this is the perfect place to burn off steam for all members of the family! Summer Camp is only available at Chester, London Brent Cross, and Stoke. You must book tickets directly through Flip Out. However, if you want to burn some of your little ones’ energy for the day, check out some of their other locations! BOOK HERE.
3. Tails and Beau, Chelsea
19th – 20th July; 23rd – 27th July; 30th July – 3rd August
Tails & Beau is an exceptional holiday camp run during the school holidays for children aged 5-11. Activities range from the sublime to the extraordinary! The multi-activity timetable keeps little ones engaged from start to finish. They have fabulous visiting guests each week ranging from authors, hairdressers, artists, sports instructors, yoga teachers and more! Find out more here.
4. Camp Bestival
26th – 29th July
Okay so we’ve cheated a little bit here, but Camp Bestival has some awesome activities lined up for children this year! Upper Kids’ Garden located behind the castle will host BigTopMania where you can learn a circus skill, have a go on The World’s Biggest Bouncy Castle, bikes and go-carts, and a separate Toddlers’ Area. The Lower Kids’ Garden is packed full of entertainment for slightly older children such as Insect Circus, Art Town, the Kids’ Catwalk, and fairground rides. New for this year is the ground-breaking teen area dedicated to 13-17s. Kids of any age will be entertained all weekend long! BOOK HERE.
5. Zoo Academy at ZSL London and ZSL Whipsnade Zoo
Have you got a budding zookeeper in your midst? Give them the experience of a lifetime with either Junior Zoo Academy for kids aged 8-10, or Zoo Academy for those aged 15-17. Kids will take part in various challenges, workshops and practical activities throughout the course. There are only a few dates left at both zoos so hurry and book directly through ZSL! Don’t worry if you miss out, you can still visit throughout the summer. BOOK HERE.
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