If you're stuck for things to do with the kids this summer in Dundee, then look no further... here are six things you can get out and do:
1.Dundee Treasure Trail
Explore Dundee with your children on a self-guided treasure trail. This will have you discover long-lost treasures in the city of Dundee. Following a clear set of directions will take you on a 1.5-mile circular route walk to the best sites, searching for an answer to tricky clues which can be found on existing buildings, statues, and anything else. This will encourage your children to look, learn and solve exciting mysteries.
Sensation offers children an exciting day of ‘edutainment’ through interactive displays and exhibits. This is a new and fun learning program targeted towards children age 3 to 5. There will be great music, entertainment, and new ideas that will have them develop their imagination. Every week the science Centre develops new ideas and adventures, from digging fossils, climbing mountains, to swimming with dolphins. Different activities are arranged for different age groups. To learn more click here.
3. Visit Tenstmuir Forest
Tentsmuir Forest is located northeast of Fife, Scotland. With over 50 square miles, the forest is owned and run by Scottish National Heritage. You will find lots do in this forest with your children. Cycle along the kingdom of Fife to get the best view of the forest and beach. Look for seals along the sandbars and explore the reserve and forest for evidence of world war II among some of the exciting things to do here.
Rise & Shine mobile creche runs an annual summer play scheme. This is a structured and pre-planned 3-hour fun session during the holidays. The program runs every Tuesday and Thursday 1-3pm 7th to 23rd July 2015. Outdoor play and many other activities are designed to keep your children entertained and excited during the summer holidays. To find out more call us on 01382 462058 or Email: email@example.com.
5. Verdant Works
This is a 5-star award winning attraction. Its multimedia technology allows you and your kids to touch the lives of the Mills worker. Interactive exhibits show how jute fibre was grown and how it is woven. It is an exciting and unique experience your children will always remember. Click here for more information.
6. Discovery Point
A day in discovery point is an adventure on it own. There are a number of things that can keep you and your children entertained. From art exhibitions to Audiovisual displays, computer multimedia, and digital scans. Climb aboard on one of the most heroic voyages and discover the lives of the sailors and how they survived in Antarctica. There are tons of things and activities organised for you and your children at Discovery point. To learn more click here.