Tips for Keeping Your Kids Active During Trip to Cambridge
There’s no better place to spend a family holiday than Cambridge. The historic university city is a beautiful place of discovery where you can find exciting attractions around every corner for people of all ages during your nest trip To Cambridge.
The Tamburlaine is the perfect place to spend time relaxing with family. We offer some of the best rooms in Cambridge which are located close to a number of fun and exciting places. Here are some great suggestions on how to keep your little people busy during your visit.
One of the great things about Cambridge is that there are plenty of open green spaces where you can make the most of the warm weather and the kids can run around. If you want to make sure your youngsters have fun while staying at our hotels in Cambridge, head over to places like Jesus Green with a football or a cricket set and spend the afternoon playing your favourite sport.
During your stay in Cambridge, you’ll only ever be a stone’s throw away from a bicycle shop which means you and the kids can spend the day pedaling your way through and around the city. Cycling is a great way to get some exercise and it also gives you an opportunity to see more of Cambridge during your trip. The bike shops offer different sizes so even the smallest of your tribe can join in the fun as you speed through the cycle paths and routes that snake through the city.
Take a hike
Cambridge is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countrysides in Britain and if you’re planning to spend a lot of time outdoors, you won’t want to miss out on a chance to explore the area. Be sure to pack some walking shoes and windbreakers for the little ones so you can head off into the woods and hills surrounding Cambridge. On your journey, you’ll find plenty of great photo opportunities so be sure to take your camera.
Soft play area
If you find that the weather takes a turn for the worst during your trip to Cambridge and you’re forced inside by the rain, you don’t need to worry. There are several different indoor play areas dotted around the city and neighbouring towns where your kids can cut loose, make new friends and burn off some energy. Tree Tops in Ely, for example, offers all kinds of fun and interactive play areas for youngsters.
Go for a swim
Swimming is another great indoor activity that can help you escape the rain if the British summer decides to live up to its reputation. Whether you have a young Olympian in the family or you’re just looking for an afternoon of fun, there are plenty of public pools and leisure centres around Cambridge where you can enjoy some cheap family fun and help your little ones get some exercise.