Is there much for kids to do?
What kind of children’s activities are there?
kids can run around and play hide & seek, lots of nooks & crannies and tunnels for much fun - and all of the above answers
The themed gardens, grotto tunnels and carp pond are a children’s delight. The Chinese garden is a willow pattern adventure. Check with the NT for any seasonal activities.
not really but feeding the fish is fun for kids.
There’s lots to gardens to explore and when we went there were lots of games to play on one of the large open fields tucked away beside the pond.
You can buy food to feed the fish and the ducks from the shop. The knowledgable guides tell you lots about the koi carps and the children can name them.
There is a fossils sections that the children can explore and talk about dinosaurs- I would say it’s worth a visit for an hour or two if you are nearby but there are other National Trust places to visit that cater for children with more to do than here.
There is nothing specifically for children but they might enjoy the lake with its ducks and fish, or searching for the different 'countries' within the garden. There are tunnels and hidden walkways which they might enjoy. Think there might have been a trail designed for kids to follow and spot different features. You could email and ask.
Not much to do for kids here other than walk around the gardens. When I say not much, I mean specific. I am sure that children will love the layout of the garden with its nooks and crannies. And some of the gardens are a real novelty. There is a lot of open areas which would be good on the summer and there a 'snugbury's' ice cream stand which is always good.
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