Fun Holiday Activities!

Fun Holiday Activities

We all love holidays, are you looking for inspiration or ideas of fun things to do with the kids?

Here are a few suggestions:

1. Venture Outdoors – Here at Huntfun we have over 240 treasure hunts to choose from, there's bound to be one near you. Explore your local town or somewhere new, our treasure hunts take you pass many local attractions, opening your eyes to so many things you would ordinarily just walk straight past. If you are looking at something to do at short notice why not buy one of our downloadable treasure hunts.

2. Leisure Centre – Visit the local Leisure or Community Centre - many have extra fun activities on during the school holidays, which are ideal no matter what the weather is like – many at low costs.

3. Visit the Movies- The weather can be a bit unpredictable – cinemas offer family film days, showing the latest family movies.

4. Day out to a Museum – Many museums put on events over the holidays, some might even be free to enter.

5. Fun at the Library - There’s plenty things to do at libraries and it’s a great chance to get the kids into the joys of reading. Challenge your kids with a library scavenger hunt, join a children's book club, or even enrol in the Children's University - Huntfun is a Learning Destination too.

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6. Get out and about in the Garden - Grow yourself happy with a smiley sunflower - when your sunflower appears, gently tease out the seed heads to make a fantastic sunny smiling face. A packet of seeds goes a long way, you can have a competition to see who can grow the tallest sunflower.

7. Get Sporty - Another easy, cheap way to keep the young ones entertained and active is a bit of sport. Grab the football, tennis rackets or that old cricket set and head for the park for an afternoon of friendly, family competition.

8. Visit the Seaside - There’s always plenty to do at the seaside especially when the tide is out – take a walk on the beach, look for unusual shells, pebbles washed up, play games, or just build sandcastles.

9. Search the Web – The internet is a good way to give you ideas on What’s On in and around the local area – we’re sure you’ll find some ideas.

10. JUST HAVE FUN

We have both printed and downloadable family treasure hunts available, over 240 locations to choose from. Click here for further details.

Posted 31st May 2019, by Jayne

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