Details from the website: This Christmas treat your family to a unique and memorable festive day out – and meet Santa himself! This year we’re offering a super-special experience to really make Christmas spectacular. Join us for breakfast or afternoon tea and visit Santa in his magical grotto. Throughout the day there’ll be lots of […]
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We went with friends so five kids in total…two 3 year olds which was a bit of a struggle. It’s great in the sense of quiet and spacious but the aren’t any facilities such as toilets and refreshments so it’s “wild wees” and pockets full of chocolate animal biscuits!!!! A great place to blow the cobwebs […]
Woburn Safari Park is a safari park located in Woburn, Bedfordshire, and easily accessible from the M1 motorway at either junctions 11 or 12. You can drive through exhibits, which contain species such as southern white rhino, elephants, tigers and black bears. As a kid we use to go quite a lot as one or […]
Overview: This can be a great free day out. For example, explore at , where there are more than 4,800 acres of parkland, woodlands and forest trails to which has a thousand years of Royal history. Open daily. windsorgreatpark.co.uk All the payable sections of the park offer free carer passes.
One of our team is currently writing a review on Westwood Manor. The information below has been collected from the venue website. Fifteenth century stone manor house This beautiful small manor house, built over three centuries, has late Gothic and Jacobean windows, decorative plasterwork and two important keyboard instruments. There is some fine period furniture, […]
Westonbirt Arboretum Overview: Westonbirt, The National Arboretum is a gorgeous collection of historical trees, around 3 miles southwest of Tetbury, and around 10 minutes drive from juncton 18 of the M4. It is managed by Forestry England, it is perhaps the most important and widely known arboretum in the United Kingdom. There are two sections […]
Details from the website; Wells Cathedral is set in the medieval heart of England’s smallest city and is the earliest English cathedral to be built in the Gothic style. The current building was erected between the 12th and 15th centuries and is a significant landmark in Somerset and the South West.
We The Curious Overview: We The Curious in the centre of Bristol is a science centre and charity which has all sorts of different experiences, where you can interact with exhibits and take part in experiments. They have numerous educational activities which everyone can interact with and gives you something you can get excited about, be part […]
Details from the venue: The museum is FREE entry (although donations are welcome). The museum has lots of lovely child-friendly sections throughout that are fun and interactive. For example: There’s a model railway area where children can press the button to make the trains move, interactive feely boxes, a hook a duck area upstairs where […]
Tyntesfield National Trust Review: It was a gloriously sunny day when we last visited with my three sons, but what made it better for me was reviewing the venue for families with children with additional needs. The staff could signpost me to who I needed to speak to special events geared up with children with additional […]
Toro Lounge is a café, bar, restaurant in the centre of Cirencester on Cricklade Street. It is one of our favourite places to go to eat as a family, or a place to meet friends, have brunch, dinner or breakfast. It has a lovely relaxed atmosphere, the staff are friendly and approachable, and we love […]
You can take Birmingham’s Tolkien Trail and see the places and people who inspired Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Maps available from tourist information centres and attractions. Find out more at visitbirmingham.com There is a great PDF file which you can download with all the relevant information.
The Tower of London Overview: The Tower Of London is a castle located on the north bank of the Thames in central London. It is really easy to access the venue via the tube underground or mainland stations. It was founded towards the end of 1066, and the White Tower was built by William the Conqueror in […]
We had a great few hours here and really enjoyed exploring the museum. There wasn’t a queue and it was really easy to get in. There is masses to see so worth getting a copy of the map or looking at the layout before hand. Within the museum they have lots of extra exhibitions which […]