Days Out With Kids in Sunderland
Whether you’re looking for ideas on what to do on family days or days out with kids in Sunderland, searching for a charity, or checking whether a venue is wheelchair friendly, Eric Knows can help you. We are here to make finding events, charities, and venues that suit your needs easy for you.
Herrington Country Park is one of Sunderland’s largest parks and offers a range of attractions. From walks, cycle trails, nordic walking, and skateboarding, the country park is the perfect place to relax and take in the scenery. It also has a variety of sculptures for you to admire and celebrates local heritage.
If you are wanting to raise your fitness levels, Houghton Sports & Wellness centre is the ideal option. The centre has a range of activities available including basketball, badminton, gymnastic, a dance studio, and a skate park. It is very accessible for everyone with disabled car parking, hearing loops at reception, and accessible doors.
For a more creative and educational day, visit the National Glass Centre. It has a range of glass blowing demonstrations, stained glass window workshops, and flame-worked glass insects for you to get involved with. The National Glass Centre is free to enter and is fully accessible to visitors. It is also home to exhibitions, digital resources, and research.
To get your adrenaline running, take a day out to Karting North East. Fun for older children and adults, Karting North East has Go Karting and paintballing that you can challenge your friends and family to. They also host regular archery and tomahawk events if you are wanting action-packed activities.
Riverside Bowling is also great for families and groups of friends. Here you can enjoy ten-pin bowling and an arcade that offers a variety of games. They also have regular offers available such as bowl ‘n’ bite, Wednesday wobbler, and Monday madness.
So if you are searching for things to do during your days out in Sunderland, have a look at our full listings page for things to do in Sunderland.