The Easy Top 8 things kids love in Bournemouth
Bournemouth and surroundings are home to over 650,000 people and offers a rich environment for things to do for families and kids, in and around the Bournemouth area.
Bournemouth beach is a main attraction point, and many of the town’s activities are located in and around the coastal area.
After a morning of kid’s activity in Bournemouth, you can treat your little ones and yourself to a delicious Cream Tea and more. See Steam’s Vintage Tea Rooms, below at #8.
#1: Oceanaruim. An educational and fun time for all the family.
Located on the coast near Bournemouth Gardens, this attraction offers both fun and education for children. Often you can find discounted tickets to the Oceanaruim, It’s recommended to search for this on the main search engines.
#2: Rock reef and zip wire in Bournemouth.
Like thrills? Do your children like challenges?
Your kids are assured to enjoy this amazing long zip wire, stretching from the top of Bournemouth pier all the way back to the coast. Adults and kids would enjoy this activity very much.
#3: Kids Surf lessons and body boarding in Bournemouth.
You’ve come down to the coast, it’s time to get wet.
Children and adults would have a great time to learn wind surfing, surfing or SUP. There are a number of places along the coast that will allow you to hire or take lessons and available for all ages at Bournemouth and Boscombe beaches.
#4: Cycle hire in Bournemouth.
Located on the east side of the pier, families and children can enjoy cycling in Bournemouth, and riding along the coast to locations such as Hengistbury Head and more.
#5: The land train in Bournemouth.
Take the land train from Boscombe down through the gardens along the seafront along to Bournemouth pier. Then carry on your journey from the other side of Bournemouth pier to alum chine with its child friendly parks and paddling pools.
#6: Wednesday evenings during the summer season is the traditional lighting of the candles through the gardens towards the beach. A lovely tradition started in the last century to light the way to the sea during Princess Eugenie’s evening stroll. Amazing firework displays are free for all starting at 9pm on Fridays.
#7: Crazy golf in Bournemouth Gardens.
There are a number of Crazy Golf’s around Bournemouth. A popular location is Bournemouth Gardens where you can enjoy an ice cream or picnic on the grass while listening to the band playing on the bandstand.
#8: Steam’s Vintage Tea Rooms.
Steam’s Tea Rooms offer delicious Cream Teas, Soups, Breakfast, cakes and much more.
This place is very much an attraction, as once you step inside, you feel like you’ve gone back in time to the 1940’s. Children and adults alike enjoy seeing items dating back to the 40’s along with great hospitality.
Steam’s Tea Rooms are located walking distance from Bournemouth Gardens and main shopping areas. Visit Steams website to make a reservation and view the menu: