11 tips for a great autumn holiday with the kids at the Belgian Coast!
Hard to believe that the autumn break has come around already! Stuck for ideas to keep your offspring entertained? Not to worry, with so much going on at the Belgian Coast, boredom isn’t an option!
Check out our tips below!
1. Little kids nosing about in the dunes
Exploring nature during the autumn break. Listening, feeling, tasting... discovering nature in all its glory. The children get to look for rabbits and insects in the Oosthoek dunes until they are fit to drop. On 01/11/2018
2. Virtual Reality at the Ten Duinen Abbey Museum
The minute you don your VR glasses in Abbey Museum Ten Duinen you will find yourself travelling back in time to 1490. Admire the church’s glorious architecture and browse the stunningly illustrated manuscripts of the time. The medieval abbey has an epic story to tell, made lifelike thanks to virtual reality.
3. A visit to Kinderboerderij De Lenspolder (pet farm)
Join in on the many activities pet farm De Lenspolder organises for kids on the farm or the beach, or check out the stunning walkway. And as you might have guessed, no shortage of ducks, goats, donkeys... to admire!
4. Middelkerke - Indoor skicenter Topfit
For everyone wanting to brush up on their skiing or snowboarding skills while the little ones slide down the slopes or spend their time in the indoor playground.
5. Once upon a time...
To mark the autumn break, Leopoldpark in Ostend will be miraculously transformed into a stunning fairy-tale world. Elves, trolls, princes, princesses... they all come to life. Every day there are cool street acts, theatre performances, workshops, storytelling sessions...
The nocturne on 31 October is an event not to be missed.
6. Bredene - Pitch & Putt
How about a round of pitch & putt in Bredene? A great family activity with buckets of fun into the bargain! Who always manages to hit the ball and who is worse than useless?
Not only in Bredene, but all along the Belgian Coast there are great pitch & putt courses awaiting your discovery.
7. Fun in family park De Sierk
In De Sierk, children not only get to practise their diabolo skills, ride a unicycle in a real circus tent but even get to dangle from trapezes and show off their funambulatory skills on the tightrope course. Spoilt for choice in other words!
8. The under and above water world
Sea Life Blankenberge, with its stunning water world, remains an absolute topper at the Belgian Coast. There isn’t a child, young or old, that fails to marvel at the stunning creatures living and enjoying life on and in the water. Creatures in all shapes and colours make for hours of viewing pleasure. Dare you to pet a skate! Or make your acquaintances with the wacky Humboldt penguins, playful otters and imposing sea lions in the large outdoor area.
9. The Last Call...
Don’t miss out on your final chance to visit the Foxtrot!
The Russian submarine is about to retire for good. Last call in other words for anyone who has always wanted to find out for himself how harsh life on a submarine really is.
Register for 'Mission Foxtrot' on 28 October and don’t miss out on your last opportunity to get drafted into the Russian Marine. September '62, the Cold War is at its height and there’s a dangerous mission ahead... Don’t forget to register!
10. Autumn trail in the Zwin Nature Reserve.
The Zwin Nature Reserve will once again be pulling out all the stops for the autumn break. The theme huts have an exciting programme in store with plenty of (learning) fun, from workshops where you learn how to make bird food chains, guided tours, a fresh and saltwater lab...
11. Even at the seaside, Halloween will make your hair stand on end
The place is awash with witches, trolls, ghosts... During Halloween, even the Belgian Coast is crawling with ghouls and ghosts. Numerous fun activities and events that will send shivers down your spine. Are you brave enough to defy them?