Activities for children
This is an award-winning visitor attraction and ceramic painting studio, Providing children’s activities, you will have lots of fun with us – whatever the occasion.
The first Tree Top Adventure in Scotland and what an impact it’s made. Stunning scenery of the surrounding Queen Elizabeth Forest Park in Aberfoyle gives the course a jaw-dropping backdrop and makes for a great day out.. Arguably, the course’s main attraction are two of Britain’s longest zip wires, each stretching over 400m long, flying customers 150 feet above the ground and over a 90 foot waterfall.
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Whatever the weather you’ll find plenty to see and do, with activities for all ages indoors and out with covered walkways to keep you dry round the main pens. We’ve 70 different species of animal, each with its own particular charm. We are open all year round from 10am till dusk.
Outdoor activities include Jumping Pillows, Tractor Go Karts, Cable Ride, Outdoor Play structures, Mini Diggers, Tyre Maze, Sand Pits, Football Skills Game……and Animal Paddocks. Busy Bees craft area. Indoor Activities include a “Busy Bees” craft area are offering ‘decopatch’ with a selection of animals, letters and larger items to ‘decopatch’ and take home all at different prices to suit all ages. Also sand art is a fun way to create a picture with no mess that the children can take home. Added to all this there are animal paddocks with Donkeys and Highland Cows and barns with Hens and a selection of ‘small furries’.
Climb aboard the Land Rover with your Safari Ranger and get close to nature, culture, history and to discover tracks, trails and views. Durations from 1 1/2 – 4 hours. Also offering cycle or walking Safaris to feed and photograph Red Deer. Then there are rough terrain Land Rover driving experiences.
A unique, award-winning living history museum and interesting place to take the family and celebrates its 20th year of being open to the public in 2017.
You will learn all about Crannogs which are a type of ancient loch dwelling found throughout Scotland and Ireland that date from 5,000 years ago! The focal point at the Centre is an amazing reconstruction of an early Iron Age loch dwelling based on excavations from the 2,500 year old site of Oakbank Crannog, one of the 18 lochs preserved in Loch Tay.
The Centre features and exhibition including some of the Iron Age artefacts excavated at Oakbank Crannog such as structural timbers kept in wet tanks. Children can dress-up in Iron Age costume for their tour, be an archaeologist looking unearthed treasure in the sand pit and try the ancient crafts and technologies.
All visits to the Centre include a self-guided walk through of the exhibition, guided-tours in the Crannog Roundhouse and demonstrations of ancient crafts and technologies – following which you are invited to have a go yourself !
From our wildlife reserves to our adventure park and attractions, there is fun for all the family and a great value day out at Blair Drummond. Our wildlife reserve is full of all sorts of exotic and exciting animals for you to see. Take a boat trip around Chimp Island.— come and see the Sea Lion perform at 12 noon, 1.30pm, 3pm, and 4.30pm —or the Bird of Prey flying demonstration 12.45pm, 2.15pm and 3.45pm.—or how about climb to the top of our wooden castle and get a bird’s eye view of the park. Then use the slides to get back to the bottom. Try not to get too lost in the maze found at the bottom of the castle.
We are based on Loch Tay in one of the most beautiful areas in Scotland and we want to make it as easy, fun and safe as possible for people to get out on the water. Taymouth Marina provides a range of watersport activities that you can enjoy with your family and friends. www.taymouthmarina.com/leisure/watersports
“Legend sailing” The water sport centre which is based at Milton Morenish some 3 miles east of Killin on the A827.
Locally there are such things as
Boats for exploring Loch Tay may be hired at Milton Morenish
Killin Outdoor Centre provides Canoe hire and canoes / kayak to purchase within a few yards of access to the river. The River Lochay provides a quiet route to Loch Tay and its islands Classic section is Loch Tay – 17 miles with fabulous scenery north and south
All the above are withn an hours drive of Bridge Park holiday cottage
in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland.