12 of the most entertaining things to do with kids in Leeds over half term

Keep the kids busy over half term with these entertaining experience around Leeds.

Keep the kids busy over half term with these entertaining experience around Leeds

From outdoor adventures and adrenaline-fuelled fun, to intriguing museums, there’s plenty for children of all ages to see and do.

Home to the national collection of arms and armour, visitors can see more than 8,500 artefacts from around the world throughout six themed galleries, and kids will love the daily talks and live shows.

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Journey through the rainforest, mangroves, desert and the nocturnal world to meet an array of exotic animals at Tropical World, including the likes of crocodiles, monkeys, meerkats, lizards and butterflies.
Take the kids to meet the animals at this 24 acre farm, where youll find the likes of goats, alpacas, sheep, donkeys and rabbits, alongside an organic garden, nature area, coffee shop and picnic spot.
Home to an array of climbing walls, each varying in difficulty, along with bouldering facilities and an exciting kids and teens adventure zone, the Leeds Wall is a great place to burn some energy and try something new.
Journey into the world of medicine and wander the dirty streets of Leeds in 1842, take a trip to the Victorian doctor, or explore the grisly world of surgery before the discovery of anaesthetics at this fascinating museum.
Boasting more than 150 interconnected trampolines, as well as a giant air bag, assault courses and nine different jumping zones, theres hours of fun to be had at this lively activity park.
Kids will love a treasure hunt around the city centre on this fun heritage trail which will guide you around 25 locations, with some unique points of interest to spy along the way.
Home to the longest racing track in Yorkshire, this indoor 580 metre circuit is full of intricate twists and turns to ensure a challenging, full throttle race - and it's ideal fun for a rainy day.
Offering a range of interactive exhibitions spread across six galleries, along with regular family-friendly events, there's always a wealth of interesting history to be discovered at this museum.
With an adventure playground, beautiful grounds and a bird garden, there's plenty to keep youngsters entertained here. Be sure to enjoy the farm experience where you can meet alpacas, pygmy goats, rabbits and penguins.
Stretching across 17 acres, this pretty park on the outskirts of Leeds city centre boasts an array of attractions, including a playground, bowling green, water sport activities and a BMX track.
Ten pin bowling is a perfect family activity, giving you the chance to get the gang together and unleash your competitive side. And there's also a tasty food menu on offer so you can tuck in between games.