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15+ Family Friendly Things to do in Surrey

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There are some lovely day trips to be had in our bordering county. Read on for 15+ family friendly things to do in Surrey.

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Family Friendly Things to do in Surrey

Pirates Landing, Camberley – a fun soft play centre for children up to the age of 12 years. There are two different zones – an under 4s and an over 4s area. There are plenty of slides, balls and obstacles to dodge. You can read about our visit here.

Pirates Landing Camberley

Lightwater Country Park – Alongside the nature trails there is a great play area which was installed not long before the first lockdown. The walks around the lakes flat and buggy friendly. You could start or end your visit to the park with a visit to Fieldhouse Coffee which is located in the lobby of Lightwater Leisure Centre. Read about our visit to the Country Park here.

Lightwater Country Park Lake

*Little Street, Frimley – A role play centre with several different themed sections to explore for children. You can read about our visit a few years ago here.

Little Street

Imagination Role Play Centre, Camberley – There are a range of different rooms for the children to explore including a Pirate Ship, House and Garden, Vets, Jungle room, and Supermarket, plus there is a road with ride on toys and a post box, with letters that can be delivered. Plus plenty of opportunity to dressing up! You can find out more on their website.

Imagination Childrens Role Play

*Birdworld, Farnham – There’s a huge array of birds here; everything from pelicans and flamingos to owls, love birds, penguins and many more. At Birdworld there is also a farm and short dinosaur trail, plus three play areas, seating outside and undercover, a cafe and food and drink stops. Plus talks and feeding sessions with the birds and other animals throughout the day. You can find out more on the website.

Birdworld

Thorpe Park, Chertsey – There are over 30 rides and attractions in this Surrey theme park, including the UK’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster. You can find out more and book on the website.

Alice Holt, Farnham – The forest spans 850 hectares and is home to the Gruffalo trail which is a firm favourite with children of all ages. There are lots of walking trails and plenty of play areas for children to explore. You can read about our visit here.

Gruffalo Party Trail - Alice Holt

*Brooklands Museum, Weybridge – The museum is based in a number of sheds and also outside and it’s packed full of vehicles – aeroplanes, cars, bikes, motorbikes and buses. There are lots of interactive elements for children to explore. You can read about out visit here.

Jet at the Brooklands Museum

*Mercedes Benz World, Weybridge – There are plenty of cars to look at, so if you have a little car fanatic, I would definitely recommend visiting. You can see the history of the Mercedes Benz car as well as racing cars and ultra modern electric cars. You can also watch the cars on their driving experiences going round the track. You can read about our visit here.

Mercedes Benz World

Chessington World of Adventures, Chessington – There are over 40 rides and attractions here, plenty of animals to see, special themed events and so much more! You can read about our visit here.

Chessington World of Adventures

Painshill, Cobham – a restored 18th century landscape garden. There are lots of things to see along the walks including a natural play area, The Crystal Grotto and water wheel. The walled garden and vegetable patch are lovely as well. You can find out more on the website.

Painshill Park

*Ninja Warrior UK, Guilford – If you are a fan of Ninja Warrior UK you will love this course! There are in-fact two obstacle courses with different challenges and two walls to challenge yourself on. You can read all about our visit here.

Ninja Warrior Guildford

RHS Garden Wisley, Woking – Lots of gardens to explore and plenty for children to do including a play area and themed activities. You can find out more on the website.

RHS Wisely

Godstone Farm – A lovely family farm with play areas, animal interactions and trails to explore. You can find out more on the website.

Guildford Spectrum – a leisure complex in Guildford where you can swim, bowl, ice skate and so much more. You can find out more on the website.

Hampton Court Palace, East Molesey – There are gardens and a play ground plus the home of Henry VIII. You can find out more on the website.

Bocketts Farm Park, Leatherhead – Lots of play areas, trails and farm animals to explore here. You can find out more on the website.

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