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Public Question Asked by ... about Bath
I am staying in bath with to 10 and 8 year old kids. do you recommend any places to get active or enjoy themselves a lot?
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Answered by Andrew Youngs , Bristol, United Kingdom
Go to Victoria Park. It is close to the centre, lots of space and has an outstanding range of play equipment for all ages. Take skateboards as well!
Answered by Adam Berenstein , San Francisco, United States
Not sure how long you will be in Bath, but you might also try these "kid-friendly" spots. Hope you have a lovely time in Bath!
(Please check out nileguide.com for more info...See links below.)
Bath Maze - This can be found on the east side of the Weir in Beazer Gardens. The paving stone maze is a favourite with younger children who play for hours trying to find the centre. Access is from steps on Pulteney Bridge.
The Kennet and Avon Canal, completed in 1810 it was built to connect Reading with Bath and then Bristol via the River Avon. The canal boasts a spectacular flight of 29 locks which haul the water level up an astonishing 70 metres in the space of two miles.
Parade Gardens - During Summer, free children's activities are held in the afternoons near the bandstand, featuring arts and crafts, circus skills and storytelling. On Sundays, you may also be treated to concerts in the bandstand.