Little ones seem to have a never ending supply of energy. So you’re going to have to put a little effort in when it comes to keeping them happy, occupied and entertained. Here are a few ideas to try out.
Trampolining is a great way to keep kids active. But not every home has a garden and some gardens are too small to provide room for your own trampoline. Trampoline Park is a centre dedicated to trampolining. It’s affordable and you receive special trampoline socks to ensure that you’re safe and sound as you bounce up and down.
If you’re interested in showing your child the way people used to leave before modern day technology, this will be a great day out. Ironbridge is a mock Industrial Revolution era town. Actors teach your little ones about life in their times. All in full costume. There are museums, old time sweet shops and even a small fairground.
Dinosaur Adventure Park
Ask any parent and you’ll find out that most kids will go through a dinosaur phase.This isn’t surprising. I mean, what’s not to love about giant, prehistoric lizards? Take your kids to dinosaur adventure park. A wooded trail leads you to all of your favourite dinosaurs. Even a T-Rex. Audio equipment throughout the park plays prehistoric sounds to give a more realistic effect.
Dinosaur themed again, I know. But kids can’t get enough of the prehistoric giants. The natural history museum is fun for kids and adults of all ages. But did you know that you can sleep over there? It’s like a real life Night at the Museum. Dino Snores lets kids aged seven to eleven play in the museum after dark, when everyone else has gone home. After fun filled activities, they get to sleep under the museum’s dinosaur exhibit. They get breakfast and are sent home smiling with a t-shirt of their own design and a goody bag.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour
Have you ever met a child who’s not entirely engrossed in the Harry Potter stories? This tour lets them see the sets, drink butterbeer and check out the Hogwarts express. It’s like being a student at Hogwarts for the day. What more could a kid want? Beforehand, get your children to choose a house team. Scarves are available in all of the house colours, or you could have fun making badges for Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff. It truly is a magical day out to remember.
This really does look fun. Who doesn’t want to venture into what looks like three giant bubbles. It’s like going into a whole new world. Your little one will learn so much whilst they experience climates that only usually exist in other parts of the world. One biome holds a tropical rainforest ecosystem and the other hosts Mediterranean trees and plants. There’s even a nest platform and a zip wire if they’re old enough and feeling brave. The Eden project is a truly unique experience.