I’ve wanted to compile a list of the endless amounts of Hertfordshire days out for a while now. I finally got round to adding all that I can rate highly! If there are some Hertfordshire days out that you would like to add to the list then please let me know!
Natural History museum Tring – “Find answers to your big nature questions. Delve into stories about the Museum’s collections, scientists and research. Uncover the history of life on Earth, from the smallest insects to the largest mammals.” A fab Hertfordshire days out to add to your list!
Welwyn Roman Baths – “Tunnel through time to the world of the Romans – with a visit to Welwyn Roman Baths. You can’t take a hot bath any more – the boiler went out about 1,800 years ago when the Romans left! Roman Baths Entrance TunnelBut you can see some fascinating remains which have survived from their time. Learn about how the Romans liked to relax with an elegant culture of bathing, and admire their creativity and style”
360 play, Stevenage – “360 Play is the one stop family entertainment venue for creative, active, stimulating fun whatever the weather. For people living in Stevenage, Hertfordshire and the surrounding towns including Hitchin, Hertford, Welwyn Garden City, Ware, Hatfield, Letchworth and Harlow. Designed by families for families seeking fulfilling and fun things to do with their children, 360 is the place to go. Perfect Hertfordshire days out, especially when raining”
Airspace, Stevenage – “We’re the most jumping trampoline park in town and we can’t wait to have you along for a bounce! Our park is kitted out with the most bouncy trampolines to make sure that you have an awesome time. Our park has: a huge freestyle jumping area, performance trampoline area, walk the wall, a mega airbag, trampoline dodgeball & volleyball court, super slam dunk lanes.”
Hatfield House – “From a relaxing roam in the gardens and tour of Hatfield House to shopping, dining, picnics in the park and a visit to our farm and playgrounds, plan your perfect Hertfordshire days out at Hatfield House”
Standalone Farm – “Come and find all your farmyard favourites here – from sheep to cows, goats to pigs, ducks to chicken; plus regular feeding sessions, cow milking demonstrations and tractor trailer rides. You’ll find a brand new Café, play area and gift shop on your visit too.”
Fairylands Valley Park and splash park, Stevenage – “Once voted as one of the UK’s leading free visitor attractions, Fairlands Valley Park consists of 120 acres of beautiful parkland situated within the heart of Stevenage.”
Shaw’s Corner, Ayot St Lawrence – “Deep in rural Hertfordshire, the conventional exterior of Shaw’s Corner hides evidence of Shaw’s extraordinary life and is largely unchanged since his death. Join us in an intimate look into the private life of one of Britain’s most celebrated playwrights.”
Aldenham Country park – “Visit 100 acres of beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, only 12 miles from central London. Enjoy the scenery, lakeside walks, explore the farm and feed the animals, playgrounds, pony rides and 100 Aker Wood, home of Pooh Bear and friends”
Mill Green Museum – “Our eighteenth century working watermill and museum is set in an attractive riverside setting at Mill Green. The cluster of historic buildings and the surrounding gardens are a beautiful oasis in our busy world. Explore our three galleries packed with regularly changing and colourful displays of local art and exhibitions about our fascinating history.”
Stanborough Lakes, Welwyn Garden City – “Enjoy a visit to Stanborough Park, a beautiful countryside park, covering an area of 126 acres, on the outskirts of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award for the past 10 years.”
Verulanium museum, St Albans – “Verulamium was the third largest city of Roman Britain and the museum, stands on the site of the Roman town. Families are always welcome at our museum.”
Hertford Museum – “Hertford Museum is a local museum in Hertford, the county town of Hertfordshire, England. The museum first opened in 1903 and is located in a 17th-century town house with a Jacobean-style knot garden.”
Paradise Wildlife Park – As Hertfordshire’s favourite family attraction, Paradise Wildlife Park offers you a full range of animal activities as well as excellent facilities in a great location for the perfect day out with children.”
Cassiobury Park, Watford – “The park contains a wide variety of sports facilities, attractions for children and parts of the park are designated as a Local Nature Reserve. Cassiobury Park is one of Watford’s most popular attractions receiving around 800,000 visits per year and hosting a number of popular sporting and entertainment events.
St Albans Cathedral – “There are many unique sights to take in when you visit the Cathedral, which make a stunning setting for the events, tours and concerts taking place on a daily basis.”
East Herts miniature railway – “he East Herts Miniature Railway is situated behind Van Hage Garden Centre in Great Amwell near Ware, Hertfordshire. We are open to the public every weekend for complete family enjoyment.”
Knebworth House Gardens – “The Adventure Playground is a favourite destination for our younger visitors. Children can play all day on the swings, slides and play equipment. There is also a zip wire and a new bouncy castle, plus a trim trail for grown-ups. Have fun with the interactive splash-play water features.” See my post here!
Mini golf Mr Mulligans, Stevenage – “It’s a land where the jungle meets the ocean, where striking foliage and secrets of the sea come together to bring only the bravest adventurers two bewildering 18-hole adventure golf courses to try.”
Farmyard Funworld – “We are a small family visitor attraction in Bushey. Our aim is to offer families with children a great day out – whatever the weather. If the weather is dry and bright then you can visit our FARMYARD. In our small farm your children can get up close with our farm animals plus chickens, parrots, rabbits, peacocks and much more.”
Cammas Hall Farm – “Cammas Hall Farm is a family owned and run business in beautiful countryside on the Hertfordshire/Essex border, in easy reach of London, which provides a great day out for all the family.”
The Priory Lido, Ware – “The term Lido is from the name of a place in Venice where bathing took place. They usually have areas for sunbathing – watching, eating and are designed for activities around water. This description embraces everything that is available to the swimmer/ spectator at Ware Priory Lido.”
The Snow centre, Hemel Hempsted – “Whether you’re a beginner, main slope ready, expert or anything in between, we have a Ski Lesson suitable for you. As Britain’s newest Indoor Ski Centre we deliver the alpine conditions every skier and snowboarder dream of.”
Willows Activity Farm, London Colney – “Our all inclusive price ensures a carefree day out with all shows, fun fair rides, carousels, inflatables, Tractor Ride, acres of outdoor and under cover soft play activities plus entry to the Peter Rabbit Adventure Playground included in the entry price.”
Howard Park and Gardens, Letchworth – “The Park has updated leisure facilities catering for young and old alike who can enjoy family activities on the lawns, play area or in the paddling pool, or more organised events in the bowls or social club.”
Foxholes Farm – “Come on down to the farm and meet our friendly farm animals. If you’re lucky you may be able to help with feeding time too.”
DJ’s Jungle Adventure soft play, St Albans – “DJ’s is ideal for Kid’s parties or just a great place to burn off your child’s excess energy in a safe clean and fun environment.”
RollerCity, WGC – “Welwyn Garden City’s Premier Entertainment Venue. Cinema, Roller Skating, Soft Play, Lounge, Cafe, Bar and Theatre in Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6BX”
Pots of art ceramic studio – “Create your own original colourful pottery masterpiece, a fantastic ceramic impression of your babies hands and feet, build a ‘Be My Bear’, create Spin Art or be creative with Decopatch.”
Space 2 play, Hitchin – “Space2Play was established in 2010 to provide Hitchin with an Indoor Play centre, with levels of expectation we felt the region deserved. A place where there is something for everyone and where the whole family can join in.”
Lee Valley boat centre – “The base is ideally located for exploring the scenic delights of the Lee Valley Country Park, the perfect place for combining your boat hire with bird watching, walking, cycling and angling. Try one of our day hire boats for a perfect day out with friends or family.”
And there you have it! A great list of Hertfordshire days out for you and your little ones. Hopefully there are plenty here that you can add to your list. If you want to be added or feel something else needs to be added to this list then please get in touch. Enjoy Hertfordshire days out, wherever you go!