There's so many things to do in Reading, whether you're after a cultural break, the chance to take in some country strolls, or something else entirely, you're certain to be spoilt for choice.
There are lots of family activities and attraction in Reading too, and plenty of things to do for all the family to enjoy.
Find out about creepy crawlies, sea creatures or birds of prey at some of Reading's animal attractions.
A Tandem Skydive is the quickest and easiest way to experience the exhilaration of being in freefall! Strapped to a highly qualified tandem instructor you will jump from 10,000 – 15,000 feet..
Boating and Cruises
To truly enjoy sightseeing on the River Thames then sit back and let someone else take the helm! Sit and relax as beautiful scenery glides by on a River Thames boat trip or cruise!
In Reading you can find one of the best Golf Course and Clubhouse facilities, providing a challenging, relaxing and enjoyable venue for Members and visitors of all standards. You can find a fully stocked and friendly professional shops..
Learn to ride or improve your horse riding skills at the Horse Riding Clubs in Reading. The clubs offer group and private lessons daily and lessons can be built around your specific skill level.
Hot Air Balloon Flights
Take a hot air balloon ride with Southern Flight and experience the thrill of a lifetime. Hot air ballooning gives one a sense of real adventure. Flying high above Reading you will find yourself on an aerial safari..
he Reading Theme Parks are perfect for special occasions and play dates for ages 0 to 11 - a safe, clean and exciting environment to get your kids active while you relax and watch them have fun.
Yoga and Zumba
One of the many aims of Yoga is to bring about balance and harmony within the body and mind. Yoga means ‘yoke’ or ‘unite’. When these different aspects of ourselves are balanced and united we may experience great peace..
Zoo & Wildlife
The Wildlife parks and zoo in Reading provide a haven for wildlife with many species of bird being spotted by the farm's community, most recently, a pair of Egyptian geese.