Cambridge Attractions

How to Keep Your Kids Active in Cambridge

by stephaniehiggins
14 April 2018 · 3 min read
Keep Your Kids Active in Cambridge

Cambridge is the perfect place for a family trip. Whether you’re heading there for the weekend or an entire week, there’s plenty for the kids to do and see that will keep them entertained and help them learn something new and keep your kids active In Cambridge.

All you have to do is check the Tamburlaine Cambridge menu to see that we have one of the best hotels and restaurants in Cambridge which is sure to keep your whole family full of energy. Here are some great ways to help your kids burn some of it off during your stay at the Tamburlaine.

Go for a walk

Go for a walk

If you want to make the most of the spring sunshine and get the kids outdoors for the day, there’s nothing better than a nice walk through the city. The great thing about Cambridge is that there are always new sights to see and things to discover around every corner. If you’re hoping to explore the historic university grounds, take a stroll alongside the River Cam where you’ll come across buildings like Trinity College and King’s College Cathedral. An afternoon walk is a great way to get some fresh air while seeing the sights of Cambridge.

Take a bike ride

riding bikes

Ditch your feet and make your way around Cambridge on two wheels for a chance to get your heart rate a little higher and see even more of the city. Even if you don’t bring along your bikes from home, there are a number of rental services where you can get bicycles for the whole family. There’s nothing more fun than a family bike ride in the sun. Pack up your bags with a picnic and head out to explore and find the perfect place to spend the afternoon.

Play sports

Play sports

Whether you have the next David Beckham in the family or your kids prefer playing cricket, there are plenty of open spaces near the Tamburlaine where they can get active and play their favourite sports. As the weather is beginning to warm up, more families from around the country will be heading to Cambridge which means there will be plenty of other kids that your little ones can make friends with. If you prefer getting around on foot, head over to the Coleridge Recreation Ground which is right around the corner from the Tamburlaine.

Go swimming

Go swimming

If you really want to get the kids moving and help them have fun at the same time, nothing beats a day out at the pool. Swimming is great for fitness and is also a fun way to bond with your little ones while helping them to improve their swimming ability. There are a number of great public pools and sports centres located in and around the city that give you access to full-sized pools and luxury, family-friendly facilities. Don’t forget to pack up the whole family’s swimsuits before heading to the Tamburlaine.