Best Activities For A Rainy Day In Herefordshire

We like to think that the sun is always shining but sadly this isn’t true! If it really is too wet to enjoy the great outdoors here are our best activities for a rainy day in Herefordshire.

13 Indoor Rainy Day Things To Do In Herefordshire

Not many things are more of a buzz kill than when you’ve planned a glorious day out in the sun, but no surprise the classic English weather that we have all come to know and love has betrayed us and decides to bring the thunder, literally and metaphorically speaking.

We can all agree that the rain can sometimes put a dampener on things, no pun intended, but why on earth does it have to be when we have the following 13 best activities for a rainy day in Herefordshire to keep you occupied!

Don’t let the downpour stop you from exploring all that Herefordshire has to offer! You’ll be wishing for rain more often we bet! Check out these indoor events in Herefordshire and family events taking place throughout the year.

From a number of free entry attractions that are a perfect way to get some of that all too important culture in your veins, to fun and challenging indoor activities to keep your mind busy like indoor climbing or an epic game of bowling, to settling down to a good movie with popcorn and a nice glass of wine. Bring on the rain!

Come rain or shine, there’s always something to do at the National Trust properties and Croft like to make a splash. They will keep your little ones entertained when it rains, just take wellies, a rain coat and even your four-legged friend, and head out into the great outdoors.

The Grove in Leominster offers great miniature golf, exciting bowling and superb dining – what more could you ask for?

Their mission is to provide everyone with something to enjoy and it seems they have succeeded with their 9-18 hole golf courses, snazzy bowling lanes and delicious menu to boot!

Perfect venue for rainy day activities, parties and events during those particularly dreadful wintery months!

The number one spot in Herefordshire for roller skating! What’s even more, The Core also provide space for dancing, fitness and sport classes, as well as a lovely café serving home cooked food, drinks and plenty of snacks to keep your strength up!

Great venue for things to do on a rainy day.

The Boulder Barn is affordable, fun and incredibly social, and with every visit you will help generate funds to help the charity achieve its aims and objectives.

The centre located in Hereford boasts a fantastic bouldering wall suitable for all levels, a Moonboard, a great café and a mezzanine viewing area if you just fancy a coffee while watching the other climbers in action.

Visit Hereford’s famous Cider Museum and learn about the history of cider making. Learn how apples were milled and pressed and how the resulting juice was fermented to produce that delectable cider.

Ideal day out for large groups, friends or family where you can take part in tutored cider tastings, orchard visits and ploughman’s lunches! A good time is guaranteed.

Play Planet is a family run soft play business in Hereford. They pride theirselves on excellent customer care and provide a fantastic fun and happy environment for both children and parents.

Soft play equipment contains special under 2’s area, 2 tier toddler area, 3 lane Astra slide, zipwires, trampoline beds, interactive floor games, climbing wall.

Green Spider Indoor Climbing, located in Hereford, is a fun climbing centre for all experience levels!

It is fantastic way to exercise, especially while its raining outside, and is the perfect social setting to enjoy with friends or make new ones!

And here is a snippet of very important information we thought best to share – from the mix of resistance and aerobic movements, research shows that a full climbing session can burn up to 600-1000 calories per hour, which we have translated to sugared doughnuts.

The Hereford Leisure Centre really has got everything you need on those rainy days from indoor tennis, trampolining, gym and exercise classes to soft play, plus much more!

Get your heart pumping with the knowledge that you can wind down in Halo’s café and enjoy their tasty menu and drinks list while relaxing with friends or family.

The Hereford Leisure Pool is a great place to visit on a rainy day. The centre features a wave machine and a water slide, plus a beach area and a whirlpool, as well as the usual swimming pool.

There is also a diving pool but this is largely only available to registered groups and school parties.

Manic Ceramics pottery painting studio is located in the centre of Hereford City.

Rain, rain, go away, come again another day! We usually dread a rainy day in Herefordshire because we end up stuck indoors. But it doesn’t have to be that way—there are plenty of fun indoor activities in Herefordshire.

Eastnor Pottery is located within the magnificent Herefordshire Country Estate of Eastnor Castle, surrounded by the Malvern Hills.

The studio was established by ceramic artists Jon Williams & Sarah Monk – as well as showcasing their own unique designs, the Pottery offers an exciting programme of workshops and courses, perfect activities for those colder months, not to mention the therapeutic benefits of working with clay.

MFA Bowl is a great place to visit in any weather with their full range of bowling lanes, 12 hole adventure golf course, amusements and pool tables.

When need to refuel, don’t panic as there is a diner and also a fully licensed bar to keep you hydrated through those longer games.

The Courtyard Centre is the leading arts provider in Herefordshire and a registered charity, not to mention their award-winning café bar with a significant selection of wines to enjoy!

Priding themselves on a varied live, film and visual arts programme, they have something for everyone and a wonderful place to relax and take in the culture. See all Courtyard events.

Why not visit other theatres and cinemas in Herefordshire.

Whatever the weather, the Waterworks Museum in Hereford has something to offer all visitors including family groups with children, and the best news of all is that under 16s have free entry.

On a rainy day in Herefordshire go and trace the history of drinking water from the cave-dwellers up to the present day through wonderful working engines, superb display panels and guide literature.