Top Things To Do in Worcester

11 January 2016

With its rolling hills, beautiful Cathedral and winding waterways, Worcester is a great place to foster a child. With an array of activities, both indoor and outside, for all the family to enjoy, you’ll never be short of some brilliant days out. If you’re fostering in Worcester and the surrounding area, check out our guide on the top things to do – and get planning!

Family Fun at Croome National Park

Wild play areas, outdoor trails and an RAF themed playground await you at the Croome National Park. An excellent place to take the kids on a sunny weekend! Discover Croome Court, spend the afternoon taking part in a range of fun family activities or trek one of its many scenic routes. The National Park really is the perfect place to take the family for an exciting day out!

Cheeky Monkeys Worcester Play Centre

If the weathers not great, why not head to Cheeky Monkeys? A fantastic indoor play centre for ages 11 and under. With a wide range of slides, inflatables and climbing frames, you can leave the kids to play to their hearts content, whilst you relax with a nice hot cuppa in the café.

Picnic at Worcester Woods National Park

Everyone loves a picnic – doesn’t matter if you’re young or old! Sitting on a comfy rug in a large field, with an array of food surrounding you, really is one of the best places in the world – and Worcester Woods, is the perfect location for a great family picnic. There are also two adventure play parks and ancient woodlands to explore, so plenty of fun awaits you at this National Park.

Worcester Arts Workshop

If you and the children fancy something a little more creative, get yourselves down to the Worcester Arts Workshop. With classes available in art, pottery and theatre, why not let your creative juices flow, and discover your children’s emerging talents in one of these fun and entertaining workshops?

Bowl XTreme

As far as family activities go, nothing can beat a good old game of bowling! Fast and competitive, it’s a great evening activity. The award winning Bowlxtreme, offers a fantastic entertainment complex. With state of the art fully computerised lanes and graphics, dedicated arcade areas and a restaurant serving fresh food daily, this is a great place to take the family for an evening of fun.

Worcester Cathedral

Why not take the family on an educational day out and visit the beautiful and historic Worcester Cathedral? Royal tombs, ancient crypts and medieval cloisters are all there for you and the family to discover, and with a wide range of tours available, this magnificent building really will take your breath away.

From national parks to educational tours – Worcester has plenty of activities for you and the children in your care this month. For further information on fostering in Worcester please contact the Nexus team on either 0800 389 0143 or make an enquiry

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