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Almond Valley Heritage Centre
#1 of 6 things to do in Livingston
This is a great day out for kids with lots to do including; a bouncy castle, trampolines, sand barn, farm animals, a war garden and shelter, sledges, mini tractors, soft play, and a hands on exhibition about coal...
The perfect mix of exhibits, interactive displays, animals to meet housed in lovely conditions, nice food outlets, and fantastic activities for children to take part in, including guided workshops.
Almondell & Calderwood Country Park
#2 of 6 things to do in Livingston
Great place for walking away from the road it has excellent walks for dog lovers children cycling and horse riding stunning visitors centre where you can buy ice cream coffees water tea etc ,toilets are spotless p...
A woodland retreat winding around the river Calder which offers a great family outdoor space offering beautiful woodland scenery and plenty of fresh air and excercise.
Five Sisters Zoo West Calder 2.6 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in West Calder
Overall this is a fantastic fun and educational animal wonderland which is so much more affordable than some of the more well known attractions - Great for families, and the young at heart, with wide open spaces a...
My three youngest after a great day at the zoo and even my two teenage sons and there friend loved every minute and the staff were amazing and loved answering the kids questions it was all great value for money an...
Livingston Designer Outlet
#3 of 6 things to do in Livingston
good family day out, there is a gym, swimming pool, restaurant, and ten pin bowling which is good fun for both adults and children, or if you play golf the 18 hole course is one of the best in west lothian.
Christmas Shopping for friends and family, lots of great shops to choose from, well worth a visit.
Howden Park Centre
#4 of 6 things to do in Livingston
Large park suitable for families.
Tony Macaroni Arena
#5 of 6 things to do in Livingston
I was invited to the stadium for the final match of the season and had a thoroughly enjoyable time, we had children with us and they were treated very well.
Friendly staff and a good meal that’s what you want on the family night out .
Beecraigs Country Park Linlithgow 5.4 mi away
#4 of 20 things to do in Linlithgow
... all abilities Cycle paths Great play area for mixed ages Farm animals Clean toilets New visitors centre Farm animals Wildlife Yes this park ticks all the boxes and is a firm family favourite throughout the year.
Thank you to all those who helped me to book and arrange such a great day with our family and friends, including those at the visitor centre who helped with the BBQ booking and Elspeth and Dorothy who worked hard...
Scottish Owl Centre Whitburn 7.8 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Whitburn
Fantastic place to take the kids to learn, up close and personal with all the owls and staff extremely helpful, patient with young kids and of course caring for the birds well being
While we where staying in livinston we decided to give this a go and we had a great day the children really enjoyed the flying display and the eggs and meet the baby chick section it is well worth a visit even jus...
Linlithgow Canal Centre Linlithgow 7.0 mi away
#5 of 20 things to do in Linlithgow
Decent cafe, great boat trips - and of course at Christmas Santa visits with super presents for children plus a boat trip for one and all.
Family hired boat (9) of us including 3 children under 10, took us an hour to sail along to bridge 49 where we had booked for lunch, the crew waited 2 hours while we enjoyed lunch, then took us back to the canal b...
Linlithgow Palace Linlithgow 7.2 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Linlithgow
... scenery and lots of wildfowl, including swans' nests, grebes, herons, ducks, geese and coots and moorhens (the differences between the latter two exercised my children in vigorous debate for several minutes).
Wonderful to see the local children doing visitor tours and telling the history of the place (Mary Queen of Scots) so it can be preserved for generations to come.
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Jupiter Artland Edinburgh, UK 3.6 mi away
#45 of 413 things to do in Edinburgh
Extensive grounds to walk through with some interesting artwork such as the weeping children, a rifle and tree, a spiders web made of fishing line, a wonderful rose walkway between two towers and so much more.
Its a great place, just outside Edinburgh, which boasts many art installations which kids can find and explore, including a giant spider web, a quartz bunker, and life mounds, which the kids can run up and down.
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Edinburgh International Climbing Arena Edinburgh, UK 5.0 mi away
#33 of 413 things to do in Edinburgh
Fantastic facility for single or group climbing,The clip and climb is great fun for kids of all ages and the instructors are close by for any help and always happy to give advice on the best way to tackle the wall...
They are brilliant with the kids, they are brilliant at making sure all instructions are clear for everyone and they are really helpful and ery approachable.
Forth Road Bridge South Queensferry, UK 8.1 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in South Queensferry
I have used it as a bit of an adventure for the children, parking at the shore in South Queensferry and cycling or scootering over the bridge on the segregated cycle/foot path to reach North Queensferry and Deep S...
I was coming to Edinburgh for a visit with family and I wanted to do this place, I always saw pictures of it from when I was a kid, and remember it being used as a dramatic backdrop in the film 'The 39 steps' Unfo...
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Edinburgh Trams Edinburgh, UK 7.2 mi away
#68 of 413 things to do in Edinburgh
Clean, Modern, Fairly Priced, Family Friendly, Secure, WIFI on board, 30 minutes from airport all the way to Center City to York Place.
£8.50 all day ticket for a family (2 adults plus 3 kids) gives you unlimited use of the trams in Edinburgh and ALL Lothian buses as well.
Blackness Castle Linlithgow 8.1 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in Linlithgow
... it for its connection with the recent blockbuster TV series Outlander.. it has some great views from the ramparts and there seemed to be loads of families enjoying a spring picnic on the beach just behind it..
There is a grassy area for children to play on the far side of the castle, and there are spectacular views of the River Forth both from the castle green and from the top od the castle.
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Bathgate Cinema Bathgate 5.2 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Bathgate
Been here a few times now ,very comfortable clean tidy place to enjoy a good range of films we usually it's a family outing ,why travel miles when this place is on our doorstep if you haven't been yet I suggest yo...
They will do special screenings of classics, parent & child showings, etc.
Military Museum Scotland SCIO Edinburgh, UK 4.1 mi away
#98 of 413 things to do in Edinburgh
We visited here through interest in researching our family tree and members of our families who served in the wars , it was an amazing collection of memorabilia, very well informed staff and an amazing amount of k...
great venue to visit for the full family,Ian is very knowledgeable and his collection is fantastic..mum and dad can sit and have a coffee or tea whilst the kids will get a lot of fun out of handling some of the go...