Kids Activities in Portsmouth this Weekend

aspex_logoThis week sees the return of See! Make! Do! at Aspex art gallery. These popular artist led sessions take inspiration from the current installations and offer your child a chance to create works of art using various kinds of media. You can book ahead or just turn up on the day, and the session costs £6 per child. These take place once a month on the second Saturday of the month.

craft4kidsAlternatively if you live nearer the north of the city, then head to Havant for Craft4Kids at The Spring Arts centre where you can find an informal craft session every Saturday entirely free with all materials provided.

custard club logoFor even messier fun there is a Dad’s session with the Custard Club at the Keepsake Children’s Centre in Portchester on Saturday – a change from the usual Highslops venue – you do need to book ahead as places are limited – use this link.***NOW SOLD OUT***

If it’s a trip to the cinema you’re after then both Vue and Odeon Port Solent offer kids club films on both Saturday and Sunday mornings at special prices.  Vue are showing The Book of Life(Sat/Sun, 10 am) and Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day(Sunday only 10 am), tickets £1.75 each. Port Solent are also showing Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, tickets £2.50 each (10 am).

snow queenIf you’d like a trip to the theatre, then this Saturday is also your last chance to see The Snow Queen at The Spring Arts Centre in Havant.

If the weather is miserable, then do have a look at our Swimming Pool listings or perhaps try a new soft play venue – perhaps visit the new Rock Up at Whiteley Shopping centre which has climbing walls for teens to adults and softplay climbing frames for younger children.  They are also running a new toddler group on a Monday during term time – Toddler Track from 9 am – 11 am. Soveriegns is now open again after their refurbishment and Fuzzy Ed’s has now become a Wacky Warehouse.

Have a great weekend!

 

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About Shelley Cook

Self employed blogger, editor and copywriter. I work from home around my two children and am delighted to be able to visit local attractions and cafes and call it work.
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