Walking distance from the Cessnock and Ibrox subway stations, the centre – housed in a former church – is accessible and eminently child-friendly although serious adult climbers come here too. Rock Ratz sessions are for kids aged seven to 12, while more challenging Climbatize sessions target 12 to 17-year-olds. There is also a café and further children’s sessions during school holidays.
From scaling a climbing wall to discovering a world of historic cars and trains, there's plenty to keep kids occupied in and around Glasgow. Plan a family day out to one of the city's best museums or escape for some fresh air while admiring a lovely Clydesdale horse or - and this one we're quite in favour of - find them the perfect activity while you simply chill out with a coffee. Done.
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