A Visit to Bristol Central Library with my Children

If you haven’t yet visited Bristol Central Library with your children, then I advise you to do so. The Children’s Library there is a great place to spend a few hours and introduce your child to the world of books.

What’s more, just like every other library, it is free.

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The Children’s Library at Bristol Central Library is bright, colourful and spacious, having been recently redesigned and refurbished.

There are tables with paper and crayons if children fancy a spot of drawing.

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A wealth of books for kids of all ages and stages.

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There is also a pirate ship for children to sit in or steer which my little boy loved.

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Aside from books, there are also children’s comics and DVDs. My son preferred the comics to the book; doesn’t matter, as far as I’m concerned it is still introducing him to stories and reading.

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Though he did really like the DVD collection, too!

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There is an area specifically for babies and crawlers with large cushions and soft seating. There is also a computer area for older children.

There are lots of free weekly activities for babies and children at Bristol Central Library; I will write about these on Bristol Mum very soon.

We had a great afternoon at Bristol Central Library, it is a fantastic space for babies and children to enjoy.

If you would like more information about the Children’s Library at Bristol Central Library, please click here.  

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