Overview: Godolphin Estate is a National Trust Property within Cornwall. Known locally to be great for families, interesting, exciting, accessible and inclusive for all children along with adults who have additional needs and/or different abilities. It is rich in archaeology and wildlife. You can travel back in time as you wander around the 16th-century garden, […]
Overview: Lanhydrock House is a National Trust property, nestled in the Beautiful Cornish Countryside, just a stone throw from Bodmin. The house was once devastated by a fire and since, the house has been rebuilt in high-Victorian style. It is huge! And so interesting! The gardens are also worth a visit on days when the […]
Overview: Healeys Cyder Farm is a very popular well known, POI in Cornwall. As well as being one of the most popular, largest alcoholic beverage suppliers too – of the famous “Rattler” Cyder, along with many many other home-grown and home-made delights! Situated just minutes from the A30, Healeys welcomes you with ample parking, lots […]
BOWOOD’S ENCHANTED AUTUMN Wednesday 23rd October – Friday 1st November 2019 Join us at Bowood House & Gardens this Autumn and discover the spooky goings on. An evil witch has caused mischief and mayhem, putting Bowood under a spell that is haunting the whole Estate! Help us reverse the spell and bid farewell to the […]
Whilst exploring the autumn colours of the gorgeous Westonbirt Arborteum they also have some activities for the little ones to get involved with. Children can create some autumn inspired art to take home. The arts and craft activities will be happening at the Learning centre from Monday 28 October to Friday 1st Nov. If you […]
Details about the venue: Westonbirt Arboretum is a forestry England site in Tetbury. Open all year round providing access to large open spaces containing over 2500 different species of trees. This venue appeals to all ages and needs, because it clearly indicates which areas are easily accessible to all, and provides a shuttle bus to […]
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.
They are open dawn to dusk daily, every day of the year. Entry is free of charge. The Sculpture Trail starts and ends at the rear of the Forestry England, Beechenhurst picnic site, west of Speech House in the heart of the Forest. The full Sculpture Trail is about 4.5 miles long. It can also be explored […]
One of our favourite cities to visit (and only about an hour from where we live). What is great you can drive but if you get the train the station is accessible to all major sites and places to see. A few FREE options within the city include: Follow in Jane Austen’s footsteps with a […]
Occombe Farm is a working farm in South Devon that is open to the public. There’s no charge to come and visit and parking is free. You can wander around the farm and explore our fantastic 2km nature trail, bustling with wildlife and beautiful views of the surrounding woodland. There is a Café on site […]
Step back into Robin Hood times, Sherwood Forest Event: Sherwood Forest hosts the Robin Hood Festival from August 5 -11, featuring archery, storytelling, medieval music and traditional food. Camp out in front of the Major Oak to see Robin Hood and his Merry Men escape from the evil Sheriff. www.visitsherwood.co.uk It is FREE to enter […]
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.
Pitville Park Overview: Pittville Park is divided in two by Evesham Road. One side of the park, which is overlooked by Pittville Pump Room, is where the main children’s play area and the aviaries. The other side is much larger park with its more natural layout and small areas of woodland. Here there is the […]
Eastnor Castle is a 19th-century mock or revival castle, around two miles from the town of Ledbury in Herefordshire. This stately home continues to be inhabited by the original descendants. The estate around the castle includes a large fishing lake, woodland walks, ice-house and beautiful countryside. Review: We had such a great time here! As […]
Croome park is centred around the Palladian style house which is in the middle of the park. There are still many features which date back to the 16th Century and because they used the old foundations, unlike many other Palladian mansions, Croome Court does not occupy a commanding position up on high ground, such as […]