On the east coast of England, Norfolk is a beautiful British county which offers high-quality family attractions, authentic waterways, and captivating coastlines. Sitting north-east of London and Cambridge, it makes for a brilliant school-holiday staycation for families looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life for a few days.
Ah, good old Brum. If you aren’t local to Birmingham, you may not have thought to visit for a family break. While it’s known for its superb shopping scene, fab cultural diversity, and an excellent range of eateries, it generally doesn’t hit the top of the list for weekends away with the kids. Whether you’re from the area or you’ve decided to head to the Midlands for some much-needed family time. Here are five of Birmingham’s very best family attractions to add to your itinerary.
As parents, we want to give our children the world, and at Christmas, this is all too apparent. However, the pile of gifts sitting under the Christmas tree come Christmas morning is wonderful, but will they remember these in years to come. This Christmas switch your focus to creating magical family memories with a trip to one of the Merlin attractions to enjoy the festivities.
The Christmas countdown is on with just under a month until the big day. Whilst the presents under the Christmas tree can be somewhat of a focus. How about mixing things up this year and taking a Christmas trip down to London. Taking in a family attraction or two and creating some magical family memories.
This Christmas the London Merlin attractions have some fantastic festive treats in store for families. Check out the festivities with these family attractions…
Sandwiched between Cheshire and Derbyshire, Staffordshire is surrounded by the stunning English countryside. Peak District moors aplenty, if you want to go back to basics, it’s perfectly possible to spend days hiking and picnicking in the midland hills. Of course, when half-terms hits, it’s always handy to have some contemporary family-friendly entertainment up your sleeve. Here are just five places to visit in Staffordshire, that are sure to break up any boredom in the school holidays.
After being at the forefront of popular and celebrity culture for more than 250 years, Madame Tussauds London has launched a new programme to support and educate students about fake news.
Last weekend we headed over to Chessington World of Adventures to make the most of the final days of the summer holidays.
Last weekend we headed over to LEGOLAND Windsor to enjoy their Summer of Fun event. Which features a pop-up beach party, complete with 10m beach, deckchairs and faux beach huts.