It’s raining , it’s pouring… let’s do some drawing! If you have come to the beautiful city of Bath but the British weather has let you down, fear not, as this family friendly city is bursting with fun activities to while away a rainy afternoon.

Therefore, BabyBreaks has done the hard work for you, and researched the Top 5 Days Out in Bath with your Children.


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1. The Makery

A crafty haven for both adults and children. This haberdashers-come-workshop holds wonderful events all year round for making, painting and sewing your own unique creations. From a Tie Dye T-Shirt to Superhero Masks and Capes, there’s something every child will love to make!

Workshop prices include tea and coffee for mum and dad.

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Different venues are indeed available here for workshops

2. Fashion Museum

Delve into contemporary and historic dress at this fantastic museum, which is much-loved by families thanks to its hand-on displays. Kids will love also the dress up section, where they can try dresses and coats  from the Victorian and Georgian era.

Last but not least, don’t forget to get a snap in front of the Royal Crescent backdrop as a souvenir! There are also lots of free, creative activities on during the school holidays.

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Opening Times: Open daily 10:30 am – 4pm

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3. The Egg Theatre

First, this acclaimed children’s theatre shows a great variety of plays for all ages, and has become a renowned venue for its community outreach and youth work.

Secondly, performances vary every year and could include for instance Hansel and Gretel, Snow Mouse or Muckers.

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Opening Times: Open daily 9am – 4pm

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4. The Holburne Museum

Enjoy hands-on activities, an animal trail and a great range of children’s workshops at this beautiful museum, housing Sir William Holburne’s collection of fine art and sculptures.

Admission to the museum is free, although some of the seasonally changing temporary exhibitions may be charged.

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Opening Times: 10am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, 11am to 5pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays

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5. Go Bananas Soft Play Centre

And finally, rated the best indoor play centre in the area, this clean and friendly space offers a hours of fun for your little ones! There is a separate play area for under 3’s , and two areas over 3’s complete with ball pit, slides, bridges, rope swings, trampolines and more!

Adults have also been well catered for too, with free WIFI and freshly ground coffee in the comfortable viewing lounge.

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Opening Times: 9.00am – 8.00pm Monday to Friday and 9.00am – 5.00pm Saturday and Sunday.

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Source: Writhlington Leisure

In summary, Bath is a great weekend destination for families. If you are looking for a restaurant, please visit our page of restaurants which welcome children.

We offer also a selection of fantastic outdoor family activities.

You are planning to stay a few days in Bath, please visit our page of great gamily friendly hotels & holiday rentals.

We hope you will enjoy our activities listed and spend some fantastic days out in Bath with your Children.

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