Birmingham has all sorts of fun activities for you and the little ones! Depending on what you’re in the mood for, there's everything from an adrenaline-fuelled trampoline park to an idyllic petting zoo or Warwick Castle, where you can picnic and relaaaaaaax.
Cannon Hill Park

Cannon Hill Park

Need a place for the kids to let off some steam? Cannon Hill Park is sure to keep them occupied. The park features furry friends such as monkeys, red pandas and otters. Budding golf pros can try the Golden Putter, while nearby is the Fun Park with a mini rollercoaster and bumper cars.

Where to find it? Russell Rd, Moseley, Birmingham B13 8RD

Cannon Hill Park
Boing Zone

Boing Zone

A great place to take the kids for a day out where they can enjoy bouncing around in a safer space than that rusty trampoline in your back garden! There's also a dodgeball trampoline court as well as basketball hoops to hone your slam dunk skills in a safe space.

Where to find it?Trident Park, 6 Westley St, Birmingham B9 4EH

Boing Zone
Redpoint Indoor Climbing Centre

Redpoint Indoor Climbing Centre

Mix fun and fitness at the Redpoint Climbing Centre. If you're an avid climber yourself, drop the kids off at the Rock Monkey club for a couple of hours while you grapple with the notorious wall. Qualified climbing instructors are on hand to show you the basics if you've never climbed before.

Where to find it? 77 Cecil Street, Birmingham, B19 3ST

Redpoint Indoor Climbing Centre
Bowlplex Birmingham

Hollywood Bowl

It's time to get competitive and take the wee ones down to show them your stupendous strike. If you get peckish while knocking the pins down, order food and drinks direct to your lane from the grill, serving shakes, burgers, salads, pizzas and hot dogs.

Where to find it? Broadway Plaza, Lady Middleway, Birmingham, B16 8LP

Bowlplex Birmingham
The Black Country Living Museum

The Black Country Living Museum

Set on a 26-acre site in Dudley, museum is one of the largest open-air museums in the UK. It boasts an entire Black Country village, built from scratch over a place once deserted. You can take a ride on period transport and go underground to experience a miner's life in the 1850s.

Where to find it? Tipton Rd, Dudley DY1 4SQ

BLCM
Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle is a must visit destination for families. The castle features the world’s largest working siege engine, the trebuchet sitting on the riverbank. You can also see seasonal exhibits like the spectacular "Flight of the Eagles" archer displays, "The Sword in the Stone Show" and more.

Where to find it? Castle Lane, Warwick CV34 4QU

Warwick Castle

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