Category Archives: museum

11Feb/17
Royal Armouries review - Leeds

The Royal Armouries, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Better late than never! In October 2016, we made the trip over to Leeds to visit the Royal Armouries. It’s another great free day out, but not to suit everyone’s taste. I knew that not all my girls would enjoy this one, but I made them all go anyway. It’s character building, and we needed somewhere new to see which wasn’t too far away, indoors, and didn’t blow our budget.  Continue reading

26Sep/16
The parlamentarium

The Parlamentarium, Brussels, Belgium

Some days out are planned weeks and months in advance, some I wake up and decide that’s where we are going today, and others I make a decision in a split second. The Parlamentarium in Brussels certainly falls into the last category. I didn’t know this place existed five minutes before we were walking through the door, and I’m so glad I decided to investigate.  Continue reading

16Jun/15
With Mark Champkins at The Science Museum

A night at The Science Museum with Mark Champkins and BT

As a family travel blogger, we get invited to some fantastic places. On most occasions we are invited to test somewhere as a regular punter. We get to see what everyone else sees, and try out the things that are available to everyday paying guests. We love sharing our thoughts and experiences with you so you can make up your mind if a particular day out is the right one for you and your family. Continue reading

09Jun/14

Stonehenge, Amesbury, Wiltshire

How to introduce Stonehenge? Surely. there is no-one alive who couldn’t recognise Stonehenge on a picture?
 
Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a mystery, and a wonder. It has been attracting visitors since it was built hundreds of years ago. Although archeologists and other people whose job I can’t spell are able to have a good idea of when and how Stonehenge was built, we really still don’t know why

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