Indoors things to do with the kids in Poole and the rest of Dorset. Even during COVID-19.
Source: BBC Weather
Most schools in Poole are due to go back in the next couple of weeks. I don’t know about you, but so far, we’ve survived nearly 5 months of juggling childcare and jobs because we’ve been blessed with gorgeous weather, at least for the most part, during the lockdown and summer holiday. However, the weather has definitely turned this week, which makes it harder to spend time outdoors letting our wild children burn some energy. And there are only so many banana breads that you can bake with your kids in a lifetime while keeping your sanity.
So I thought it’d be useful if I put together in one place all local indoors attractions which are open now, alongside their booking procedures. I hope you find this useful. If you do, would you please leave me a review on my Facebook Page? It would mean the world to an exhausted mum who’s been working hard during the holiday to write quality content for you. 😉
I’ll update this blog as new attractions open. I’ve also included here 101 things to do with the kids at home if everything else fails and you decide to stay dry at home. So keep reading, this blog has lots of ideas.
Indoors attractions open NOW – Last updated on Monday 24th August 2020
Soft plays and other active settings
Prevail Jnr. Our favourite place! The staff are always so lovely and welcoming. The space is very large so most days you can simply turn up. On busy, rainy days book on 01202 818700 to avoid disappointment.
The Ark. The soft play is now open but NOT the pottery cafe. Please book via Eventbrite here.
Giggles Play Centre, Bournemouth. Please book on 07737533885 before attending .
Laser Quest Bournemouth. Please book here before attending.
Monkey Madness Christchurch. Please book here before attending.
The Palm House, Weymouth. Please call 01305 458089 before attending.