Now summer holidays are here, kids can run riot and take over your quiet days. I never found it easy organising days out. If you’re like me who has two or more kids there’s always bound to be some kind of argument about who wants to do what and where. So I have compiled a small list of places to go just in case you need a little bit of inspiration.
Giffords Circus – every kids likes to go to the circus, well I did anyway, I think I only been once and I thoroughly enjoyed it though I never been to keen of animal acts just plain talent and unbelievable stunts. Giffords Circus comes with a twist, it’s Victorian style, so all acts are dressed in the olden days costumes which adds to the originality. Once you enter the big top, you are in another world. And the best thing of all is that they also have a restaurant which serves up three course meals ranging from organic and local produce.
Chatsworth Country Fair – Is a three day event celebrating the countryside. With so many activities to chose from. From cooking demostration, military vehichles, crossbows, ferrets, sheepdog trials, and many many more. Im sure this event will prove popular with adults and childrens alike.
Dinosaur Adventure – Educate the kids about their favourite scaley creature! The park itself is set on a 100 acre woodland with lifesize dinosaur models and activities. Discover tribes and creatures on their Neandethal Walk. There are plenty to do, from volcanic crazy golf, karting and adventure playground. And when they have wind down from that why not take them to meet the creepy crawlies or maybe a walk in the secret animal garden!
Kids Week – Do you have a budding mini thespian? From 15-29th August 2008, London’s West End theaters open their doors to offer kids aged 5-16 free tickets to top shows, activities and workshops! From Phantom of the Opera, Disney Lion King, Mama Mia, Grease… and so much more!0