Just behind Buckingham Palace through a little doorway you might not even know exists, are The Royal Mews.
We visited the Science Museum in South Kensington, London recently with our four year old son Harry. We’ve visited with him a couple of times over the last few years, and in my opinion it is absolutely the best London museum for very young children. Continue reading
The Deep in Hull, East Yorkshire is somewhere we visit a lot. The Deep is an aquarium with fish, sharks, and is soon to be home to its first penguin collection. The Deep takes a look in to the life of oceans with displays on early marine life, and exhibitions about sea life from deep water fish to coral reefs.
Supporting Chester FC means trips to Wembley have been non existent over the years so when we invited to the capital to visit the national stadium we knew it would be pretty different to the usual rope around a field, dog poo pitches that we’re used to in the lower leagues!
Wembley Park tube station serves the area and as we stepped out of the station, we were greeted with the magnificent sight of the famous stadium with its towering arch which can be seen right across London’s skyline.
We live in a very flat area of the UK and really only have one hilly bit, and it gets very popular. But you can’t beat sledging. It’s fun, free, and with a hint of peril.
Just remember to wrap up warm, take a flask, and park your car carefully if you need to drive. Take car blankets and tyre mats just in case. And a warm fluffy towel. Don’t forget your sledge. Continue reading
Park Rose Bird of Prey and Animal Centre is part of the Park Rose village just south of Bridlington in East Yorkshire.