According to Hoop, Bristol is the best place for a child to grow up, based on activities.
It has an average of 46 events per 1,000 children, and about three times more activities than any other city.
The broad span of activities can appeal to different types of kids. This includes dancers, computer whiz kids, sports inclined kids, adventurers, education lovers and kids who want to have fun.
Hoops based their conclusion from 158,883 events in UK and 8.7 million searches for events for children 0-11.
Find six of the best activities for kids in Bristol, below:
With more than 40 displays and thousands of creatures, the aquarium is the only one in UK to have a botanical house, with a variety of plant species.
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Freedog is a trampoline park where kids can bounce in a safe environment. Their bounce sessions accommodate people of all ages.
We the Curious, Harbourside:
We the Curious is an Educational Charity that offers science shows, exhibitions, planetarium shows and themed days to encourage kids to get involved with science.
Toddler Rave, Lakota:
Big Fish Little Fish Events organises night family dance events at different locations in UK. This includes Bristol’s popular night club, Lakota.
Treasure Hunt provides a treasure trail, which can be downloaded, for families. The map will enable the family uncover clues and complete challenges in different parts of Bristol.
Leap of Faith, Wild Place Project:
This is an outdoor climbing centre with Bristol’s only thirty-foot swing. It caters to people from age five upwards.