Things to do with the kids this October semester in Dorset

It’s officially the October semester and if you’re looking for ways to keep your kids busy, look no further.

We’ve rounded up some of the best things to do to keep your little ones busy in Dorset:

Have fun at RockReef and PierZip on Bournemouth Pier

The RockReef Indoor Activity Climbing Attraction and PierZip will be open for family fun and adventures!

(Image – Bournemouth Pier)

Starting Saturday, October 23, RockReef will open all its indoor activities seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (last session at 4 p.m.).

The popular attraction features 28 climbing walls, a HighLine aerial obstacle course, a vertical slide and the leap of faith.

Winter prices have now started on the zipline with prices starting at £ 13 per person for a Dual Ride. PierZip sessions are available for reservation from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bournemouth Pier Marketing Manager Sarah Hunter said:

“The Adventure Ticket gives you 2 hours of non-stop adventure on all indoor activities, perfect for staying active and having fun at the same time!

“Our indoor sessions are very busy this time of year, so please check availability and book online to ensure there is space.”

Smugglers Cove Adventure Golf

Smugglers Cove will be hosting a special Halloween ghoulish golf tournament this semester.

From October 25 to 31, count the number of pumpkins you see on the 18-hole course for a chance to win an unlimited year of golf pass.

Upton Country Park Scavenger Hunt

Visit Upton Country Park and take part in the Fall Color Scavenger Hunt which runs until October 29.

Pick up an activity sheet from the tea rooms between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., then explore the shapes and hues of fall to complete your treasure hunt.

Two-hour Halloween bushcraft special on Studland

Live the fall by participating in one of these family bushcraft sessions for children from four years old.

Bournemouth Echo:

Two-hour Halloween bushcraft special on Studland

There will be special scary stories and camp crafts during Halloween time as well as all the usual bushcraft activities.

The sessions will include several short activities so that you can acquire skills that you can acquire to develop and develop together outdoors.

Family activities include building shelters, using camp tools and crafts, purifying water and lighting fires – using different techniques like flint and steel and treats on the fire

The bushcraft sessions cost £ 20 per person and there is absolutely no disguise as this is a fire hazard.

SEA LIFE Weymouth

SEA LIFE is hosting a spooky event throughout October with an immersive tank trail, a sea witches mystery, and a celebration of their spookiest creatures in the deep sea.

The Weymouth Ascarium will run from October 9 to 31, 2021.

You can buy an adult ticket for £ 14.50 while children’s tickets cost £ 10.50 each.

Adventure in Wonderland

Adventure Wonderland has just transformed its park into “a spooky world of magic and mystery”.

Their maze of hedges turned into an interactive “Enchanted” experience based on Grimm’s favorite fairy tales.

The park has entertaining shows at the Happydrome Theater and you can still try all of their fun rides as usual.

Tickets are available October 23-31 and can be purchased on their website.

Highcliffe Castle Pumpkin Hunt

Bournemouth Echo:

Highcliffe Castle

This fall semester, visit Highcliffe Castle and take part in a selection of activities for the whole family, including a folk and fairy tale trail inside the castle, autumn-themed crafts Tuesdays and Thursdays and a pumpkin hunt.

Don’t forget your disguise! General admission fees apply.

Spooky walk in the woods at the Red House Museum

Get ready for a terribly fun semester in October with Halloween hijinks and ghoulish events taking over the Red House Museum in Christchurch.

Visit the museum for a spooky mid-session woodland walk and see the garden transformed this Halloween! Everyone is free to take advantage of it.

Magical tale at Scaplen’s Court

Grab your brooms and head to Scaplen’s Court in Poole on Wednesday October 27 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Scaplen’s Court team will be joined by spooky storyteller Michele O’Brien. An experience the whole family will love!

Halloween Trail in Stour Valley

Visit the spooky bat-themed trail in the Stour Valley Nature Reserve for macabre fun this semester.

Pick up a route sheet for £ 3 from our Visitor Center, find out all the answers along the route and collect your prize at the end.

The event runs throughout the half week and you can pick up your course sheets between 10am and 3:30 pm at Kingfisher Barn.

Visit Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park

Why not get into the Halloween spirit a little earlier by visiting the “Boo-Crew”?

They will take you on their special “Soak-A-Spook” tractor ride.

The family fun doesn’t stop there as the farm offers pumpkin-picking sessions that will take place from October 25 to 31.

Tickets are free for annual pass holders but seats must be reserved prior to arrival.

Durlston Country Park Halloween Children’s Trail

The park hosts the family event from October 22 until Halloween.

Get into the spooky spirit earlier this year by using night vision goggles on their trail.

Or you can just enjoy being outside and exploring the beautiful forest.

Tickets cost £ 3.

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