For the Children
Enjoy a great day out for the whole family at Briarlands Farm where you can explore the amazing Maize Maze, visit the Family Fun Area, a Farm Shop stocked with both the farm's own and local seasonal produce and enjoy a tea or coffee with a selection of delicious home baking from Mary’s Kitchenhe amazing Maize Maze, visit the Family Fun Area, a Farm Shop stocked with both the farm's own and local seasonal produce anjoy a tea or coffee with a selection of delicious home baking
Contact Briarlands Farm by E-mail
Telephone: 01786 841309
For More information visit: Briarlands Farm
Play Pots is a paint your own pottery studio, Soft Play and Cafe Ceramic Studio in Stirling Scotland. A great day out whatever the weather in a relaxed and friendly environment. An activity that the whole family can enjoy! Our friendly staff are always on hand to help make your visit fun and a day out to remember!
Play Pots Ceramic Studio and Cafe
158 Drip Road,
To make a booking or for more information: Email Play Pots
Bear Heart Castle Children’s Soft Play Centre
Contact: 01786 462 621
Address: 35 Colquhoun St, Stirling FK7 7PX
Parks and Playgrounds
Fountain Road Park Bridge Of Allan
From Henderson Street turn into Fountain Road and the park is on the left at the Nineveh Fountain.
Swings, Toddler Swings, Slides, Climbing Frames, Flying Fox, Sand Pit, Stand-up See-Saw. A well equipped park with grassy areas and bark covered, safe playing surfaces. The park is walled with grids at entrances to keep dogs out. Close to shops and services in Bridge of Allan.
At the end of Fountain Road you can cross over and take a pleasant, short stroll along the tree lined river bank on the Centenary Walk, or you can cross the metal footbridge and follow the path round onto Inverallan Road. This will take you out by the Bridge over the Allan. Cross the road and there is a lovely spot for a picnic or exploring the riverbank.
Laighills Park Dunblane
From the High Street, go to the right around Dunblane Cathedral to Kirk Street. Carry on up Braeport and Raymoyle till you see Laighill Place which leads to the park. Multi-Unit Climber, Whale 'springies', Twisted Slide, Dutch Disc, Helter Skelter, Swings. There is a small, sand play area for young children which is fenced to keep dogs out. This is in the shape of a ship and entry is by a net cargo bridge.
10 minutes walk from The Allanpark.
Go along Kings Park Road to the corner with Victoria Place.
Stirling's biggest and best used park has a good range of equipment. Very busy when the weather is good. The play area in Stirling’s historic Kings Park, has been brought into the 21st Century with the installation of new state-of-the-art features including the new play area which will boast a number of fun features including a tower/bridge/slide embankment unit, climbing wall, bicycle roundabout, aerial runway and landscape improvements to existing features.
There's plenty of space to run around and places to explore around the golf course but look out for low flying golf balls. If there were more parks like this, there would be no need for cheap flights and for travelling abroad. Follow the footpath up the hill past the skate park. There are good views from the park, over the fine Victorian houses of the King's Park Area and to the castle on the skyline.
Mother and baby room