A perfectly pre-historic day out in Norfolk - here is what to expect from a visit to this family favourite attraction! First time face-to-face with a triceratops! If you need a place with an abundance of space to run around and plenty of play equipment, Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park is the place to go! There… Continue reading Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure Park
Every little farmer's dream come true - a great day out for toddlers and kids, close to the Norfolk Broads! There is a lot to discover at Wroxham Barns, so let's explore each area one at a time... All-weather animal interaction at the Junior Farm - what's not to love?! Junior Farm The main draw… Continue reading A Perfect Day at Wroxham Barns
A lovely day out for the whole family, near Salisbury, Wiltshire.
Many people visit the South West of England to see Stonehenge - one of the most iconic stone circles in the world - but what they don't realise is that there are many ancient stone circles and other sites of historical interest across Wiltshire, one of which is Avebury. Avebury Stones The fascinating thing about… Continue reading Visiting Avebury – The World’s Largest Prehistoric Stone Circle – A World Heritage Site
What to expect from your little one's new favourite day out in Wiltshire
"A wonderful place to while away a few hours..."
The picturesque village of Lacock is like something out of a fairytale. Perfectly preserved and lovingly lived in, you could be fooled in to believing that you have stepped on to a film set. Unsurprisingly, many productions have chosen film here on location, including Harry Potter, The Other Boleyn Girl and Downton Abbey. It's unspoilt… Continue reading A Step Back In Time – Visiting Lacock Village
"The ‘bear necessities’ that we take on a day out... "
Before my visit, I had never heard of King Alfred's Tower, and having been there now it doesn't surprise me! It is in the middle of nowhere and has nothing there except the tower it's self. No coffee shop, no toilets, no gift shop, not even a real car park! All that is there is… Continue reading A Brief Encounter with King Alfred
Another Sunday, another 'staycation', and this week we visited the stunning Stourhead House & Gardens. The 2,650 acre estate lies in the Wiltshire countryside, around 25 minutes drive south-west of Warminster. Gifted to the National Trust in 1946 by it's last named proprietor, Sir Henry Hugh Arthur Hoare, the property is steeped in history &… Continue reading A Sunny Sunday in Stourhead