With virtual festivals, downloadable activities and plenty of online resources, there is still so much fun to be had through May half term in lockdown.
Here are some of the simple activities we’ve been doing on our Lockdown Lunchbreaks – the way we’re now breaking up the day, by making sure I step away from the laptop in my half-hour lunchbreak and do some kind of fun activity together. However you’re getting through this, big love to you.
Looking to keep up your family adventures while at home? I know it isn’t always easy, but here are 10 ways we’ve been trying to stay active at home with the family, that can be done indoors or out!
If you’re looking for ideas to keep the kids entertained at home, here are our top suggestions along with a downloadable PDF of 60 indoor and outdoor activities.
The Brickman Experience is a the masterpiece of LEGO legend Ryan McNaught, with incredible creations made from over five million LEGO bricks. So, when we found out it was coming to Highcross, Leicester, we couldn’t wait to find out what it was all about. LEGO fans, young and old, you will not be disappointed!
Looking for a fun day out with the family this Easter? There is so much going on for the holidays, including National Trust nature trails, castle dragon egg hunts, tractor rides, meeting the Easter bunny, a Lego exhibition, theme park adventures, Easter crafts and more!
From cablecars to cakes, caves to crafts, forests and farms, here are 15 ideas for a special day out for all the family this Mother’s Day.
My ultimate bucket list hasn’t changed much over the last 20 years – it’s just grown to want to include my daughter in all of the adventures. What do you think?
Are you looking to take your family to a weekend music festival, but unsure where to start? Here’s my list of festival weekenders that I know will blow your kids’ minds, while making sure you have the best of weekends too.
Ideas for days out with the family in and around the East Midlands this February half term, whatever the weather!
Looking for something different to do for a weekend or break with the kids?
Here are our camping and glamping ideas, from family festivals to remote wooden huts, helping you find something for everyone to enjoy!
From gift ideas for school friends and presents for young children, through to toys for rainy days, here are 5 toy reviews that can fuel the imagination of every child!
With the activities, displays, funfair, animals, reptiles, soft play, outdoor play areas and more, there’s just so much to do at Hatton Adventure World for a day out with the family. Check out our review here…
The Sylvanian Families pop-up shop in Brewer Street, London, is more than just a shop – it is about the experience. But be quick, it is only open until January 12th.
As first-timers to Butlin’s, we had no idea what to expect. With continuous family-friendly entertainment and activities, along with such fantastic staff, here’s our review of the Just For Tots week at Skegness…
The Tropical Birdland Fairy Walk and Winter Wonderland is now officially our Christmas tradition. It’s a whole evening of that spine-tingling festive magic, all in one affordable package, with options for everyone!
We are big fans of a day out at West Lodge Farm Park as it is, but their festive experience really was the best way to truly feel the magic of Christmas with the family.
Journey to the North Pole on a magical adventure to meet Santa at the National Forest Adventure Farm – a truly special day out.
If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure with the family, Conkers is a fantastic way to explore the National Forest, whatever the weather – it is fun, educational and great for all ages.
The Winter Wonderland is a great Christmas experience and day out for all the family, with real snow to play in too! Here’s the review…