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Summer Activities For Kids: Sudeley Castle & Gardens

Today’s Children’s Day at Sudeley Castle & Gardens so take your little princess or toddler in shining armour for a trip through Britain’s history.

There’s only so much Octonauts a toddler (and mum!) can watch, sometimes you just need a bit of inspiration about new and exciting ways to get active with your family.

Today, Sudeley Castle & Gardens is all about the kids – with everything from face painting and storytelling to giant games, arts and crafts as well as alpaca treks around the castle, there’s plenty of interesting things to keep your little ones (and you) engaged.   

While bubble and balloon twisting acts have your baby wide-eyed in amazement and Punch and Judy have your little ones in fits of giggles – mini lords and ladies will be scaling the award-winning gardens and wooden fort in the adventure playground.

Sit down and enjoy the circus show...

In your little one’s most important years of development, Sudeley Castle & Gardens is the perfect place to have your toddler interacting with the outside world and British history. 

Storytelling sessions, an owlery, pheasantry, adventure playground (with a picnic area) and a family-friendly café in the banqueting hall complete the perfect day out for your little royals.

Opens 10am-4pm daily and under fives go free.

 
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