Kids Days Out Channel Islands

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aMaizin Adventure Park and Farm - St Peter
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aMaizin Adventure Park and Farm - St Peter
Our "Bug Safari" maze is now open! Come and find the clues to the scavenger hunt as you navigate your way around. aMaizin! Adventure Park is a family run business and we hope to welcome you to our award winning attraction. Free parking, easy access, unlimited activities within your entrance fee, all add up to a great day out!...
AquaSplash - St Helier
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AquaSplash - St Helier
The AquaSplash has Jersey’s premiere aqua facilities all under one roof. For serious swimmers, the 25 metre swimming pool is designed for a whole range of aquatic activities as the depth varies with movable floor. Whilst for families, the leisure pool provides fun on the flumes, tyre ride, inflatable and lazy river and is just the ticket to...
Aquazone at Beau Sejour - Guernsey
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Aquazone at Beau Sejour - Guernsey
AquaZone. Beau Sejour Leisure Centre houses the only public indoor 25-metre swimming pool on the island and includes a learner pool
Castle Cornet - Guernsey
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Castle Cornet - Guernsey
From at least the early years of the 19th century a gun was fired from Castle Cornet at noon and another at 21.30 to recall soldiers of the garrison to their barracks – the Curfew gun. Originally the gun was fired from the Cavalier Battery on the citadel. A 9-pounder gun was used, but this was later replaced by an 18-pounder. The gun was...
Cineworld Jersey
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Cineworld Jersey
The Waterfront Centre, La Rue de L'Etau, St Helier, JE2 4HE
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - Jersey
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Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust - Jersey
Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust is an international charity working globally towards our mission of saving species from extinction. Committed to conserving the diversity and integrity of the life on earth, Durrell has developed a worldwide reputation for its pioneering conservation techniques. Admissions As an international charity...
Elizabeth Castle - Jersey
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Elizabeth Castle - Jersey
Jersey was defended from this spacious fortress built on an islet in St Aubin's Bay for 300 years from the Civil War to the German Occupation. Give yourself plenty of time to explore this site, where you will find several exhibitions and military collections as well as the rocky home of the sixth century hermit, St Helier. To read about this site...
Fort Grey - St. Peters
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Fort Grey - St. Peters
Fort Grey is located at Rocquaine, on Guernsey's rocky west coast, near the infamous Hanois reefs - site of many historic shipwrecks. The small martello tower is situated on a rocky islet just offshore but connected by a stone causeway. It contains a museum about Guernsey shipwrecks, with many salvaged artefacts and related illustrations. Open...
German Military Underground Hospital - Guernsey
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German Military Underground Hospital - Guernsey
This is the largest remaining structure from the Occupation in the Channel Islands. Almost invisible from the surface the tunnel complex covers 7000 square metres.
Guernsey Aquarium
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Guernsey Aquarium
The Guernsey Aquarium, as the tunnel is known, has been housed in La Vallette tunnel for 31 years. There are currently forty-seven separate displays, ranging from local sea fish to European freshwater fish and finally to tropical marine fishes, anemones and inverts of various kinds. Also on display are frogs, toads, terrapins and basilisks, our...
Hamptonne Country Life Museum - Jersey
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Hamptonne Country Life Museum - Jersey
Discover six centuries of Jersey’s rural life at Hamptonne Country Life Museum. Dating back to the 15th century the house and farm are brought to life with characters from the Island’s past. Opening times Open: 10am to 5pm from 18 April to 25 April, and 28 May to 5 June then  10am to 5pm from 2 July to 11...
Havre Des Pas Bathing Pool - Jersey
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Havre Des Pas Bathing Pool - Jersey
A large sea water pool, Havre des Pas bathing pool was home to Jersey Swimming Club for many years. A major re-fit took place in 2001 after the pool fell into disrepair, and since the beginning of 2005 it has been managed by Education, Sport and Culture. The pool is accessible all year round. Lifeguards are on duty from May ...
Jersey Bowl and Kids Zone - Jersey
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Jersey Bowl and Kids Zone - Jersey
We have 18 Bowling Lanes all AMF equipped and built in Traditional wood, with the latestest animated and fully automated scoring system. With our computerized reservation system you are able to book in advance, once you have made one reservation your details are in the system for making subsequent bookings...
Jersey Zoo
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Jersey Zoo
Our wildlife park is an essential component of our mission to save species from extinction. Durrell focuses on the most threatened species in the most threatened places. Our dedicated staff at the wildlife park use their skills to care for highly threatened species and support conservation efforts around the world. By visiting the park you will...
Jerseys Living Legend Village
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Jerseys Living Legend Village
Jersey's Living Legend Village features The Jersey Experience which provides a multi-dimensional insight into Jersey's heritage and history. Two 18 hole Adventure Golf courses and the Jersey Karting Complex offer sporting action while the Jersey Craft and Shopping Village and Jersey Kitchen Restaurant cater for those wishing to shop, drink...
Jungle House - Guernsey
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Jungle House - Guernsey
Keep the young ones entertained. Trampolines, parties, race track, the junglehouse itself. Come and have fun in our fantastic indoor play centre and be amazed by what the kids have to play on. Slides, climbing frames and swings to racing around in cars etc !
Mont Orgueil Castle - Jersey
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Mont Orgueil Castle - Jersey
Built in the thirteenth century to protect the island against the French, this dramatic castle towers over the harbour at Gorey. This jewel in Jersey's crown is one of the best preserved castles in Britain and one of the most photographed sites in the island. It makes the perfect back-drop for medieval drama and re-enactment with spectacular views...
Regs Garden - Jersey
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Regs Garden - Jersey
This garden adventure will be absolutely unique. With pictures and original sounds I will take you through my sensory, secret, hidden garden. We will see the hundred and eighty feet long fishpond, see and hear the magnificent waterfall and you will also see hundreds of flowering bushes, the birdhouse and the aviary / sanctuary with many...
The Alderney Railway
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The Alderney Railway
Welcome to the Alderney Railway - the only railway in the Channel Islands. The Alderney Railway was constructed in the 1840s by the British Government to convey stone from the eastern end of the Island to build the breakwater and the Victorian forts. It was the first nationalised railway run by the Admiralty. It opened in 1847 and is one of the...
The Island Bowl - Guernsey
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The Island Bowl - Guernsey
The Island Bowl is Guernsey's premier leisure and sports facility providing entertainment for all the family. Built around a "state of the art" 18 lane bowling alley, the Island Bowl also has a multi purpose function room, the popular Harry's Bar with SKY SPORTS AND ESPN...

A full list of children's attractions and tourist information on the Channel Islands. Welcome to the amazing Channel Islands. If you need child friendly ideas where to take the kids, kids days out, or fun things to do with the kids ion the Channel Islands then we can help. We have family pubs with kids play areas, soft play areas, indoor play areas, outdoor play areas, playgrounds, aquariums, castles, stately homes, children's clubs such as Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Brownies, Guides, youth clubs, activity centres, Air, Sea, Army Cadets. We list children's entertainers on the Channel Islands if you are planning a birthday, cinema, theatre, petting zoo, animal farms, children's farms, leisure hire, museum and art gallery, nature areas such as parks, and countryside walks and beaches. We have kids activities related to outdoor pursuits and sports such as swimming, ice skating, ten pin bowling and football centres. We list theme parks and Adventure Parks on the Channel Islands. If you are looking for zoos with more exotic animals then we have them. We now list seaside towns on the Channel Islands, so grab your bucket and spade and head for the Channel Islands seaside with the kids. We have days out with the kids the Channel Islands in and near :- Castel, Gorey, Grouville, L'Etac, Newtown, St. Aubin, St. Brelade, St. Helier, St. John, St. Lawrence, St. Martin, St. Peter, St. Peter Port, St. Sampson, Trinity.

The Channel Islands are a group of British-dependent islands off the coast of Normandy, France, in the English Channel. They comprise two separate territories: the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey, and have a total population of about 160,000.