Gloucestershire is an incredible, lush part of the world, with access to both the beautiful Cotswolds and the adventure hub of the Forest of Dean… and much more, besides!
If you find yourself in or around Gloucestershire in May, what kind of activities or entertainment will be on offer?
International Centre for Birds of Prey – Newent
Great for bird watchers and animal lovers alike, there are many impressive birds of prey on show in some beautiful grounds. Kids will love this day out – and so will the adults! There are flying shows and demonstrations throughout the day, with informative and fun commentaries.
Battlesports Glos – Newnham
If you are looking for something fun to do as part of a group – say, a hen or stag party, a birthday party or even just something a little different with the family – why not try Battlesports Glos? Like the real-life version of a video game, you get to burn off some energy and enjoy a safe and lively competition amongst friends!
Dragon Boat Regatta – Gloucester
In the city of Gloucester itself, the Dragon Boat Regatta is held every May. Chinese-style dragon boats are raced throughout the day, providing thrilling and colourful scenes. There are even fairground rides, stalls and more! Park homes for sale Gloucester (http://www.parkhomelife.com/ ) are the perfect thing to view if you are thinking of making the area a permanent base too.
Sandford Parks Lido – Cheltenham
A water park for all the family, but especially for the kids! There are slides and pools galore, for all the paddling and splashing you could possibly want, especially as the weather warms up in May.
Gloucester Tall Ships – Gloucester
Each May, Gloucester hosts a tall ships festival, where many impressive tall ships of all shapes and sizes dock in the city. This is accompanied by live music, food and craft stalls as well as pirate-themed fun for all! More information can be found here – https://www.gloucestertallships.co.uk/attractions/.
The Old New Inn Model Village – Cheltenham
This world-famous model village is suitable for all ages. It is an interesting scale replica (one-ninth the size of a real village) of the beautiful Bourton-on-the-Water. Also included on the site is Miniature World, a fun and fascinating look at many different scenes and rooms for only £1 extra.