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The Story Museum, Oxford, re-opening 6 August

The Story Museum, Oxford, re-opening 6 August

4 August 2020

Live story telling and a story-themed play space await at The Story Museum in Oxford. Embark on a voyage to a land of picture books, nursery rhymes and traditional tales for the very young. Together with your family group you’ll explore five story-themed zones where you can go on a Bear Hunt, discover Traction Man’s … Read More

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Birdland, Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos, open daily

Birdland, Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos, open daily

3 August 2020

Meet over 500 birds at Birdland in Bourton-on-the-Water! Set in nine acres of picturesque gardens and woodland it’s the perfect place to spot flamingos, pelicans, cranes and waterfowl, and discover the only breeding group of King Penguins in the UK. Venture into the Out of Africa area and meet hornbills, village weavers and other incredible … Read More

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Compton Verney, Warwickshire, open Tues-Sun.

Compton Verney, Warwickshire, open Tues-Sun.

2 August 2020

Discover 120 acres of stunning parkland and historic ‘Capability’ Brown landscape at Compton Verney this summer. Located just 9 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon, there’s something for everyone to enjoy! From their world-class art exhibitions to their fun outdoor adventure playground. There’s also family friendly refreshments and a gift shop. Be sure to pre-book your slot in … Read More

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Paignton Zoo, Devon, re-opening on 6 July

Paignton Zoo, Devon, re-opening on 6 July

30 June 2020

With over 2,500 animals spread across 80 acres, Paignton Zoo is one of the South West’s wildest visitor attractions. Get up close to some of the animal wonders of the world across their specially designed habitats – from the savannah to the wetlands and the tropical forest. Your own little monkeys can let off steam … Read More

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Fairytale Farm, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

Fairytale Farm, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire

29 June 2020

Mixing classic fairy tales, animals and adventure play, Fairytale Farm is a truly inclusive experience. Disabled children were a priority when it came to the design and layout of Fairytale Farm to ensure that everything is accessible and everybody is welcome. Divided into six main zones Fairytale Farm has much to discover: Huff and Puff for adventure … Read More

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Hergest Croft Gardens, Herefordshire

Hergest Croft Gardens, Herefordshire

26 June 2020

Discover over 70 acres of magnificent gardens at Hergest Croft with more than five thousand rare trees and shrubs. Set in the heart of the Welsh Marshes, the gardens are designed around six distinct areas: Hergest Croft, the Azalea Garden, the Maple Grove, the Kitchen Garden, the Park and Park Wood. There are also new sculptures by Rachel Ricketts … Read More

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Home Activities for Kids – Haynes Motor Museum

Home Activities for Kids – Haynes Motor Museum

2 June 2020

Keep young minds busy with these free, fun, downloadable activities from Hayes Motor Museum. Suitable for children of all ages, and easy to print out, the activities have been designed by the museum’s education specialist to ensure that children of all ages continue to have fun whilst learning. Discover how car works, count with cars, … Read More

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Youth Circus Skills: Home Edition – Circomedia

Youth Circus Skills: Home Edition – Circomedia

1 June 2020

Circomedia have recently launched a brilliant online version of their Youth Circus classes to help keep young people entertained and occupied at home while leaning and developing circus skills. There will be the chance to engage in games, tricks, stretches, exercises – all things that you can do without having to leave the house. They’ll … Read More

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Online Creative Activities for Wellbeing – Gloucester Cathedral

Online Creative Activities for Wellbeing – Gloucester Cathedral

31 May 2020

Lockdown hasn’t stopped Gloucester Cathedral from making a positive impact on the community. While they haven’t been able to host their usual array of fantastic activities, exhibitions, courses, and events they’ve been busy creating and sharing accessible resources that can be downloaded by all. All of the activities have been created with wellbeing in mind: … Read More

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Cheltenham Science Festival at Home, 2-7 June

Cheltenham Science Festival at Home, 2-7 June

5 May 2020

Good news! Cheltenham Science Festival will be going ahead with some of the biggest names in science – but as a virtual festival. It will be streamed for free, 2-7 June, via Cheltenham Festivals’ YouTube channel. You’ll enjoy a mix of live online events, pre-recorded events with live Q &A s, participatory workshops plus other … Read More

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Blenheim Palace Virtual Tours

Blenheim Palace Virtual Tours

4 May 2020

While the Palace may be temporarily closed to visitors you can still enjoy some of their spectacular rooms online. Explore the palace with 360 degree virtual tours, audio guides plus great family worksheets to download. Catch up with life on the estate with their video updates too. Take a virtual tour of Blenheim Palace here.

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Museums Worcestershire Online Activities

Museums Worcestershire Online Activities

1 May 2020

Museums Worcestershire are bringing their exhibitions and collections to you so you can enjoy culture from your own home. Enjoy an exciting programme of activities, videos and interactive fun! And each Tuesday and Thursday they’re sharing a creative project on social media for you and your family to make using things you might find around … Read More

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