If you are looking for somewhere to take the kids in Gloucestershire, then these venues should be of interest as they are aimed at families. Some venues will fill an hour or two, whilst at others you can spend the whole day, so don't forget to pack a picnic lunch! In the adventure parks the kids can let off steam or get 'lost' in a maze. Perhaps you fancy a boat ride on the canal or a steam train ride through the Cotswolds or Forest of Dean. Travel back in time and visit a medieval castle. Many attractions have reduced or even free entry for kids. Museums these days are not the boring institutions they once were and are very child friendly. Indoor soft play areas have their own category under Places to Visit - Play Areas. So whatever the weather, check out one of these children-friendly attractions in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Forest of Dean, Cotswolds. Local attractions are invited to list their business for free on our site.
Built in the 1930s this is a replica of Bourton on the Water village, including river, bridges and churches built in Cotswold stone. Open all year round.
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