A to Z of Things To Do With Kids in Berkshire

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Looking for some ideas of places go and things to do with kids in Berkshire? Here’s our A to Z packed with suggestions of brilliant family days out in Berkshire. Click on the links to read our Red Kite Days review of each place.  Why not challenge yourself to see how many you can tick off this year?

A is for Animals,  take a trip to Bucklebury Farm for a great day out, they have deer as well as the regular farm animals and you can bottle feed lambs in the spring.

B is for Basildon Park, Lower Basildon – check out the Ball Run in the summer.

C is for Cliveden (National Trust) – explore the glorious gardens.

D is for Dinton Pastures, Wokingham – with an adventure playground, cafe and a lake to bike around.

dinton pastures

E is for Eton Rowing Lake (Dorney Lake) – perfect for a bike ride.

F is for Farm parks – we love Bucklebury Farm Park where you can feed the animals.

G is for Go Ape – for a brilliant tree top adventure.

H is for Hexagon Theatre, Reading – check out one of the family shows.

I is for Ice Skating at Bracknell ice rink – fun all year round!

J is for Jump In Trampoline Park, Slough – the kids can literally bounce off the walls!

K is for Krazy Play Days, Tilehurst – soft play fun for a rainy day.

L is for the Look Out, Bracknell.  Visit the Discovery Centre or go biking in Swinley Forest.

M is for the Museum of Reading – with free entry it’s a great low cost day out.

Reading Museum

N is for the Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead – an absolutely wonderful theatre which has lots of productions on throughout the year to appeal to a wide range of ages as well as movie screenings, concerts and classes.

O is for owl spotting at Beale Park, near Pangbourne.

P is for Park – the Great Park, Windsor. Head to The Savill Garden for a lovely walk and cafe.

Q is for Queen spotting in Windsor. Check out Alexandra Gardens when you’re there.

R is for Reading Climbing Centre – indoor fun, perfect for a rainy day.

reading climbing centre, climbing with kids, rock climbing reading, indoor climbing reading

T is for The Living RainforestHampstead Norreys – look out for the sloth!

U is for Unique Outdoors, Wokefield Estate, for some serious outdoor activities.

V is for the Viking boat ride at Legoland – and lots of other rides!

W is for Wellington Country Park – enjoy the adventure playgrounds and farm in Berkshire’s largest playground.

X is for X-Ray – pretend to be a vet taking x-rays of soft toys at the make believe vet surgery at Kids ‘n’ Action, Wokingham. CLOSED – if you have an idea for X do let me know


Y is for Yum – Try some chocolate making at Rosie’s Chocolate Factory, Wargrave.

Z is for Zoom – Check out the mini motor go karts at 4 Kingdoms, Headley.

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