From tractor rides to pig racing, goat milking and pony rides, Bocketts farm is a great day out for all the family! And they’ve just welcomed a new Shetland pony, in picture below!
For those lego obsessed boys and girls, forget the over hyped lego store, but head to the south bank instead and introduce them to proper lego!! The art of the brick: DC SUPERHEROES is the worlds largest collection of lego artwork and it’s only in London until September so GO, GO, GO!
There will be a rainy day for sure, so when that happens, head to The national army museums play base. Completely new and completely fantastic! There are one hour sessions to book, so book in advance if you can!
Robot zoo Will get the boys chatting to you about robots for the next couple of weeks but it’s sure to make them very happy, so make that sacrifice ;)!
Garsons farm are ready for your little Ines this half term by organising a paint your own bird box activity. For only £3 per child (3yrs+) you can have at least an hour of fun organised and potentially grab yourself a cup of coffee at the cafe too … it’s worth a try!
Take a trip to the countryside and immerse yourself in Wakehurst’s wonderful woodlands with adventurous and fun activities for all the family. Tree climbing, woodland crafts, sculpture, stories, performance and play. Wakehurst is the destination day trip!
The fantastic world of Dr. Seuss is a must see. In Stratford until September and a real gem for both kids and parents!
Richmond’s Pools in the park is a mini holiday break on your doorstep! Pick a warm day, get your picnic ready and go swim in the sunshine!
And after all that love and dedication you’ve given to your kids, if life permits and you’ve got space for date night, why not head to Brixton beach on a gorgeous spring evening, so you can pretend, for one night only, that you’re actually in Barbados (and it’s only £10 a ticket v a BA flight and hotel! #winning)!!