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Easter break in Camerton with the children

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Easter break in Camerton with the children

We are staying in Camerton for two nights from 31st March (Easter Sunday) so effectively have 3 days to explore the area. With 3 young children (all under 6) - what do you recommend? Lots of walking out of the question and kids won't really be interested in museums and walking around the city centre for too long so looking for fun days out that we can all enjoy. Thanks.

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1. Re: Easter break in Camerton with the children

Camerton is a small village and apart from country walks there isn't much to do there. You can do a walk through Camerton Batch - http://www.camertonbatch.com/

Or visit the sports centres in Midsomer Norton or Bath where they have swimming pools.

Also in Bath is the Royal Victoria Park where there are swings and slides etc.

Further afield the kids might like Noah's Ark soft play centre in Brislington, Bristol - http://www.noahsarkplay.com/

Or a great day out at Longleat where they have an adventure castle, maze, safari park, and meerkat walk through - http://www.longleat.co.uk/

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2. Re: Easter break in Camerton with the children

I notice that wookey hole caves are quite close and cheddar gorge - are they worth visiting?

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3. Re: Easter break in Camerton with the children

Thank you for your suggestions.

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4. Re: Easter break in Camerton with the children

Can you splurge a bit on activities ( thinking Bristol Zoo, Longleat, Avon Valley wildlife Park or a local steam train or SS Great Britain.....) or would you prefer cheaper things to do?

There is a great little park in Radstock (next to the Coop/Radco) . That is far less hassle than driving into Bath (unless you have plans there).

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