Exploring Cotswolds with Kids for Unforgettable Summer Holidays


During summer holidays, when the school of your children is closed, you may choose to visit Cotswolds for a family vacation. Your children will love this break, and you can plan to take them to several iconic places.

Loving The Cotswolds can organize your visit and also offer Cotswolds tour guide to cover almost 800 square miles of the landscape, where you will get the opportunity to engage in several outdoor activities. There are plenty of museums, educational activities a few places to enjoy natural environment. 

The following are a few locations where you can take your family for an outing while you are vacationing in the Cotswolds.

  • Garden and park visit

There are 160 acres of landscaped parkland as well as a play home, where you can see more than 260 species of animals. You must not miss these two locations:

  • Cotswold Wildlife Park
  • Gardens in Burford.
  • Get personal with an owl

You may want to try falconry to get personal and up-close encounter with an owl at any of the following places:

    • Moreton-in-Marsh Cotswold Falconry Centre 
  • Cheltenham Walks with Hawks.
  • Take a walk

You can take a Lama pacos for a stroll at the Cowley Cotswold Alpacas, or you may spend some time as a llama farmer while you are at the Newent Briery Hill Llamas.

  • Animal show

You may like to discover a few rare breeds on show as follows at the farm of near Cheltenham.

  • Cotswolds Sheep
  • Suffolk Punches. 
  • Cotswold Country Park and Beach

If you love to spend your time near the beach then Cotswolds will not disappoint you. Visit Cotswold Country Park and Beach, where you can spend your quality time with your family as you will find at least something for everyone! 

  • Heythrop Zoological Gardens

If you want to get close to any of your favourite animals, then visit Heythrop Zoological Gardens. You will get a chance to privately explore the grounds. This place is known for animal conservation and hence you will get an opportunity to learn more about environment protection.

You can walk with a wolf, can feed a tiger or even train a raven. This place offers an opportunity to encounter with different animals. If you like you can adopt an animal by paying just £35 a year. 

  • Cirencester Lido

You can slide down the incredible shoot at Cirencester Lido in a spring water heated pool for the ideal outdoor family outing. We guarantee an endless amount of fun! 

With a gorgeous fairytale castle serving as your backdrop, enjoy a day of sunbathing and stocking up on food from the old tuck shop.

  • Sudeley Castle

Discover all of Sudeley Castle’s mysteries by exploring it. Take kids on a tour of the museum to keep them learning, and then take them to the expansive playground for the ultimate experience! Savor the 10-piece obstacle course, zip line, and patio seating suitable for a king or queen’s picnic. 

Every Christmas, Sudeley’s grounds are transformed into a mystical, luminosity experience to begin the celebration and children are often amused with the whole spectacle.

Lucy Miller

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