Find things to do May Bank Holiday near me? Kids activities, chill-out spots, local events & fun family friendly attractions. Enjoy the taste of Gloucestershire with food and drink from local producers at local markets. There are some great places to stay for a long weekend, whether you’re pitching a tent, rigging up your motorhome or glamping in an eco pod, you will find the perfect spots in Gloucestershire for your May break.
Enjoy May Bank Holiday at quirky and themed cocktail bars.
Over the long weekend visit The Corinium Museum which hosts one of the largest collections of Romano-British antiquities in the UK.
Enjoy indoor play designed for entertainment and stimulation for children, it is all about fun and excitement.
Outdoor Cotswold Sculpture Park is home to an impressive range of sculptures to admire and buy.
Have you ever tried Paddle Boarding? It is so much fun, and is suitable for all ages and abilities.
Take a trip on The Forest Line, experience the sights and sounds of the steam train, enjoy a leisurely May Spring Bank Holiday.
Experience the alpaca walks and meet and greets throughout the year. All sessions are undercover so you can get up close this May weekend.
The Gruffalo Trail is a series of carved montages depicting the story of the Gruffalo along a short trail that runs alongside the brook.
An exciting attraction to visit during the Early May Bank Holiday. Great for families offering karting, lasertag, segways, and axe throwing.
Soak up beautiful views of the River Severn from the White Hart or enjoy amazing greek cuisine at Greek On The Docks.
Over the three day weekend escape to one of Gloucestershire’s green spaces, particularly on those days when the sun is on full blast.
Discover some of Gloucestershire’s greatest country houses and gardens over the May Bank Holiday Weekend.
Cannop Ponds provides access to a waymarked circular cycling route.
Discover a spectacular and unseen, unfathomable natural cave system.
Mr Mulligans is a leisure activity with two adventure golf courses.
Bit of drizzle or downpour? Use our guide to indoor activities.
Come to Gloucestershire for action-packed thrills and spills.
Go Ape offers exhilarating high ropes and forest floor adventures.
Canoeing, kayaking, stand-Up paddleboarding and gorge walking.
Wide, grassy tracks to unexplored pathways and leafy tunnels.
Make the most of the long weekend with our guide to events & things to do this May Bank Holiday in Gloucestershire. Whether you want to check out the best new art exhibitions, watch your favourite new theatre shows, attend family activities and events, visit exciting museums or learn a new skill at workshops throughout Gloucestershire you’ll find plenty of things to do during the three day weekend.
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