Looking for some things to do with kids in Sheffield? From video game museums to splashing around at ponds forge, we have you covered at Enjoy Sheffield!
National Video Game Museum
A great place to take the kids is the National Videogame Museum! It is the UK’s national centre for videogame culture, the museum aims to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret videogames for all people. You can discover an interactive museum that explores the culture, art, innovation, and people behind videogames!
Ponds Forge Surf City
Splash around in the leisure pool at Ponds Forge Surf City! The perfect place for swimming and family activities. The Olympic-sized pool is perfect for swimming or just enjoying the water! There is also a pool hoist, allowing everyone to be able to access the pool and enjoyable environment!
Holly Hagg Alpaca Track
The guided alpaca tracks at Holly Hagg Community Farm are well-known in Sheffield. Under the supervision of their farms guides, you can accompany one of their stunning llamas or alpacas for a stroll around the Rivelin Valley in Sheffield’s woods, a perfect activity for kids to enjoy!
Emergency Services Museum
Let your imagination go wild at the largest combined Emergency Services Museum in the world! One of Yorkshire’s earliest purpose-built combined Police, Fire, and Ambulance Stations, the museum dates back to 1898 and is located there. Everything from police cars to horse-drawn fire trucks and ambulances are on display!
With over 24,000 square feet of spring-loaded excitement and 120 trampolines all under one roof, Jump Inc Sheffield is one of the biggest trampoline parks in the UK! You can bounce endlessly in this enormous bouncy warehouse playground, which is almost wall to wall with trampolines! Whatever your reason for wanting to jump and whatever your age, there’s a level of activity that is just right for you!
We hope you found this article helpful and were sure you’ll find plenty of things to do with kids in Sheffield! If you want to find more out about Sheffield, why not explore one of our other blogs on Enjoy Sheffield?