The Map Project – Bath, England

Please enjoy the next installment of The Map Project. Today’s post is by Rhiannon. It’s  filled with fun family ideas for the Bath region. Thanks Rhiannon!

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River Avon, Bath, England

River Avon, Bath, England

Bath was one of the first places Eeva went to after her house sitting job in Yorkshire.  I thought I might say a few of things of what you can do with kids in Bath.

(Please check out Eeva’s blog post of March 5/15 all about her time at the Thermae Spa)

One of the cool things I would like to do, is go the Farleigh Hungerford Castle because there are hidden treasures you have to find when you visit there.  Also, is a partially ruined fortified mansion and gardens that were occupied for 300 years by the Hungerford family. And today, their intriguing yet sometimes gruesome stories are told through graphic interpretation panels and a free audio tour!

Another activity is The Hope Nature Centre. It is home to some very special and rare breeds. Such as alpacas, Hebridean sheep, donkeys and Shetland ponies. As well, as chickens! They also have small animals such as geese and rabbits. A variety of birds in the aviaries.   There is also a fairy wood where they have developed a number of mystical and fantasy areas just for kids!

Brokerswood Country Park has lots to and see and is suitable for all ages. There are adventure playgrounds for kids plus beautiful woodland walks to enjoy.

Other places I would enjoy visiting would be Writhlington Sports and Leisure Centre or the Bath City Farm!  These are just a few things I would want to do if I went to Bath.  Thanks for listening to my blog post. See you next time!

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