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.
Twirlywoos – as seen on CBeebies – will be brought to life on stage for the first time this year! Toodloo, Great BigHoo, Chickedy, Chick and Peekaboo will set sail around the UK in a brand-new theatrical adventure, opening at Churchill Theatre Bromley on Tuesday 12 February prior to a UK Tour.
Whether you went somewhere every year, or it was a once in a lifetime adventure, the fun times and excitement of that holiday will stay with you forever. It makes sense that most parents would want their own children to feel the same and to enjoy the same experiences. Why else are family holidays so important?
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When planning a holiday with kids, it is important to think about what there is in the area for kids to do. Some holiday destinations just are not family friendly. Unless you want bored and cranky children, it is important to think about what there is for children to do where you decide to visit.
The Peak District, as we all know, is a great place to visit all year round. Stunning scenery, miles of…
A visit to Horsey Gap to see the Horsey Seals, what better way to blow away the final cobwebs of the year. Wellies and waterproofs at the ready for a walk along the sand dunes and muddy puddles to jump in.
With this being our first visit to Horsey Gap, it was wonderful to see the area so well signposted. With little quiz plaques dotted along the walk to the viewpoints, which the children loved. As well as helpful volunteers from the Friends of Horsey Seals to point people in the right direction or answer any questions.