There' a huge amount going on in the highlands to keep your kids occupied!
Here's a few ideas!
This delightful, family-friendly park close to the River Ness, has a children's play park, a putting green, a paddling pool and an ice creak kiosk . There is also bike hire from here. There is a private tennis club on site but courts can also be hired by non members.
This is a fantastic day out and it is not just for the kids! There are water slides, a tarzan trail, a sky dive and a dinosaur park with moving dinosaurs! There are so many other things to do AND we can offer guests 10%off a visit to Landmark if booking the visit between May 20th – June 30th and then August 21st – October 6th . Please contact us before booking.
The centre is undergoing a major transformation and is due to open in June 2023. There will be a unique 45-minute tour offering a truly immersive experience, allowing you to become part of the legend and unearth real stories about Loch Ness along the way. Take a walk through 500 million years of history to explore the myths of the loch, delve deep below the surface of its waters to uncover hidden secrets, and look into scientific research inspired by sightings of the Loch Ness Monster
This is a wonderful place to visit for an opportunity to learn more about, and get close to, wild animals some of which are native to Scotland! Three Snow Leopard cubs were born in May 2022 and can be seen in the wolverine enclosure.
But you must book your ticket in advance.
It is worth taking a picnic as the café has a limited stock.
The availability of animals and tours can vary so on arrival check the boards for Ranger Talks and animal feeding times.
This is a tremendous opportunity to travel on board a steam train. You can even book a light lunch or afternoon tea as part of your journey.
The route starts at Aviemore and ends at Broomhill, where the train 'turns around' for the return journey. The views of the Cairngorms are stunning.
Better known as the Hogwarts Express, this route is often described as the greatest railway journey in the world. It's an 84 mile round trip starting at Fort William and ending at Mallaig.
Mini Landrovers! It’s time to let the kids take the driving seat and head off on an exciting off-road adventure on a purpose-built 4×4 track designed specifically for the Little Landys and children.
Taking the wheel of a replica land rover, each young driver will have the chance to learn to steer and navigate the course tackling various obstacles along the way.
For children aged 6 to 11 years, children must be accompanied by a responsible adult to keep them right on track.
The Cairngorm Reindeer Herd is Britain’s only free-ranging herd of reindeer. The roam freely in the Cairngorm mountains in Scotland. The herd of about 150 animals are carefully managed, so they are tame and friendly animals. They also have social diaries and are very busy in December as you can imagine. You can visit the reindeer on one of the daily guided hill trips.
Click on the button below to find out more and to book a Hill Trip.
There is a host of exciting outdoor activities to try at the Rothiemurchus Estate. Falconry is just one.
Click on the link below and explore the range of outdoor activities on offer.