IF you need some inspiration of what to do with your children at the weekends then look no further.

We have listed some of the top things to do in Reading with children according to traveller's favourites on Tripadvisor.

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Basildon Park

Basildon Park is located in Lower Basildon and was awarded 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor.

It is made up of an 18th century house, wooded park lands, peaceful trails and picnic places to enjoy.

One visitor said: "This is a great one to visit, especially if you like walking, but with additional interest in an historic building and with tea and scones at the end."

Another added: "Beautiful grounds and mostly flat walks which are well signposted."

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Beale Park

Beale Park is also located in Lower Basildon and received 4 stars on Tripadvisor.

The wildlife park is home to various animals such as alpacas, owls, otters, meerkats and more.

One thrilled visitor leaving a Tripadvisor review said: "Incredible place to visit.

"Highly recommended."

Wellington Country Park

This country park on Odiham Road, Riseley, received 4 stars on Tripadvisor.

The park offers an open-air venue for children up to the age of eight years old to visit and enjoy.

One visitor said they enjoyed a "perfect, fun filled, picnic day, despite Covid-19".

The Museum of English Rural Life

The Museum of English Rural Life is located on Redlands Road and was awarded 4.5 stars on Tripadvisor.

One review said: "Was really surprised at this wonderful museum.

"So many interesting pieces on display and all explained so well.

"Really friendly welcome too. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend."

Reading Museum

Reading Museum is located in the town hall on Blagrave Street.

It was awarded 4 stars on Tripadvisor with one review describing it as a "hidden gem".

Another said it was "well worth a visit".