What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3

Hello and welcome to the first weekend roundup for March! If you’re a regular reader of the weekend roundups, you might have realised there was no weekend roundup last week. This is because it was half term! Half term and school holiday guides are a bonus feature and cover the entire week (or more) including weekend. We’re back to normal now, though, so let’s get started!

What are weekend roundups? Weekend roundups are published every Wednesday during term-time & feature top picks for family friendly events, day out ideas and things to do for the upcoming weekend.

What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3

Weather for this weekend looks quite unpredictable. The mornings look ok but it could be a bit wet in the afternoon.

What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3
What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3
What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3

Top picks for family-friendly events, day out ideas & things to do:

What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3

Sheffield & South Yorkshire: Top Family Shows, Pantos & Theatre Spring/Summer 2019

The Selfish Giant at The Montgomery Theatre, Saturday 2nd March. 11am and 2pm showings. If you’re in Sheffield City Centre check this guide for more ideas of things to do and this family-friendly eating guide for yummy food.

Celebrate Grimm & Co’s Unbirthday on Saturday in Rotherham. They’ll be “baddie bags, frogspawn shots, cake and all sorts of goodies and activities”. See inside Grimm & Co here.

See Monsters Inc on Saturday at Greenhill Library childrens cinema, 2pm.

A day out at Elsecar is always nice. Lovely award winning park: Elsecar Park and Elsecar Heritage Centre. Plus this Sunday is Gifts & Grub Farmers Market with over 100 stalls.

Try inflatable fun at Airhaus Sheffield. Toddler friendly sessions available! hIKEA is just around the corner!

See Full of Beans show at Barnsley Central Library, 11am or 1pm. Pay as you feel, suitable for all ages. Whilst you’re in Barnsley, try Experience Barnsley Museum, Cooper Gallery and Calypso Cove water park.

Choose from one of these lovely parks with cafes.

Wellies on and try a walk in the woods; these woodlands in Sheffield are beautiful.

Speaking of swimming; why not browse this list of best swimming pools for the weekend?

What’s on this weekend in and around Sheffield for kids March 2-3

Still time to enjoy February Frolics at Piglets Adventure Farm in York!

Try Wentworth Garden Centre and family farm for a day out suitable for all ages.

Diggerland is open!! We haven’t been but it looks like a lot of fun.

Autism Friendly Lego Movie 2 at Cineworld on Sunday at 11am. Try also these Family Specials at Light Cinema.

Last chance to see the Enchanted Fairy Trail at Rufford Abbey Country Park.

Free day out at Weston Park Museum.

Choose a free day out in Sheffield; browse these Top 10 FREE family days out.

Free lego club in Chesterfield on Saturday 2-4pm.

Why not visit a castle?? These English Heritage sites are the closest ones to Sheffield.

Free mothers day crafts on Saturday at Fox Valley. 11-3pm with Childs Play Mobile Craft Cafe, suitable for 18m to 18 years!

If it’s a little bit rainy, try Medieval Mayhem… a fantastic soft play centre near Kelham Island.

For more indoor fun this is a complete list of all play centres in South Yorkshire.

Free printmaking at Hepworth Wakefield for the Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair. Plus playground outside and lovely cafe. On all weekend, £2 entry.

Indoor funfair in Harrogate. Pay £10 and ride as much as you like!

We haven’t been yet, but I love the look of Williams Den near Hull.

Sundown Adventureland is open! There’s so much to do there. If it rains, head to the big soft play!

Got a dog?! Why not do the Charity Mucky Pups walk from Endcliffe Park on Sunday?! There’s 2 routes to choose from: 3km route: tarmac pathway suitable for buggies & wheelchairs and 6km route: tarmac and firm track.

Find some gorgeous spring flowers this weekend. Here’s what we’ve been upto in the last week; choose these recent favourite and FREE outdoor days out in Sheffield.

Have a a day out to The Deep in Hull, Sealife Centre in Manchester (can combo with Legoland!) or Sealife Centre in Scarborough and a walk on the beach!

Visit National Railway Museum in York. It’s free!

Mini Professors: Fun Science toddler classes in Sheffield

Mini Professors Sheffield have toddler-friendly science classes on weekends and there’s pay as you go options.

Have a fun day out at Cannon Hall Farm. Want more ideas for animal days out? Try Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Tropical Butterfly House & Falconry Centre, Tropical World Leeds and if you can travel peak wildlife park.

5 more museums: Kelham Island Museum (closed Saturdays) in Sheffield, Clifton Park Museum in Rotherham (free) , MSI Museum in Manchester (free), Leeds City Museum (free) and Eureka!

National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield is FREE, has a fantastic new adventure playgrounds, museum, cafe and has blacksmith demos this weekend.

Magna Science & Adventure Centre in Rotherham, just on the border on sheffield near Meadowhall, is both an indoor and outdoor attraction. Plus there’s annual passes available.

National Space Centre in Leicester is a lot of fun, plus visit once and then get free returns all year.

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