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Days Out in Raynes Park

Days Out in Raynes Park

As the school holidays rapidly approach, many parents are baffled what to do with their kids whilst they are off school for six weeks or so.

If you happen to live in and around Raynes Park then in this blog we have listed some options that you can consider. Remember getting to and from any of these attractions is easy using Elite Car Service who are the number one cab company in Raynes Park.

Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf

Putt past cascading waterfalls, over green islands, through prehistoric caves and even meet some jurassic friends from the past. Jurassic Encounter is an 18-hole Adventure Golf course for the whole family.

All this fun and great entertainment is at World of Golf which is the busiest multi-sports driving range facility in Europe with 60 bays across two tiers.

Kids can party prehistoric style with the near life-sized models of dinosaurs and at the same time enjoy eighteen holes of golf. Then afterwards they can take advantage of the brand new kids party room.

Mystery Cube

This attraction is masked in mystery, the Mystery Cube invites teams to investigate strange and mysterious cube phenomena throughout space and time. It’s so secret the organisers can not tell you all about it.

When people enter the cube its energy levels start to become erratic and fluctuate, and it can only be kept stable for an hour at a time. After that strange things start to happen inside the cube with you the visitor inside.

You only have an hour to complete the challenge with your team before things start going wrong, so teamwork is essential.

Southside House

Described by past visitors as an unforgettable experience, Southside House relays the story of the generations of people who have lived there over the decades. The House has associations with Queen Natalie of Serbia and her son Alexander with many mementoes dotted around from famous people such as Lady Hamilton.

Many children visit the house to experience the lives and domestic history in the context of a lived-in family home. There is a charity children’s party every year, as well as interesting workshops in the summer holidays. Young musicians also attend master classes and listen to recitals by local chamber groups, jazz and folk groups.

Ridgway Stables

Currently under immense pressure to close, Ridgway Stables has been part of life in this part of south London since the 1800’s. It has offered kids and adults the chance to ride and has been a fun place to learn for children.

Horses and ponies have been an unique feature of Wimbledon Common for many years, not only does Ridgeway Stables off affordable riding, it is one of the only places that village children can learn to ride and supports various programmes during the school holidays, plus a year round Saturday Club.

These great ideas should keep you and your little ones entertained during the summer, don’t forget to contact Elite Car Service for your prive minicab hire in Raynes Park.