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Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World

We were lucky enough to start our holiday this year with a visit to Paultons Park in Hampshire, home of the new Peppa Pig World. We have been to Paultons before but this was the first time both children have been old enough to appreciate it.  Small Boy is 6 and a half and his […]

The Age of the Dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum London

It’s not a novel experience for a museum curator used to putting on exhibitions and going to see private views to go to a private view. However, on this occasion it was, as I have never been to a private view aimed at bloggers. It was good to meet a few familiar tweeters and bloggers, […]

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Imperial War Museum, London

The Imperial War Museum in London isn’t really designed with toddlers and young children in mind, although this doesn’t mean it isn’t worth a visit with your little ones, especially if they have older siblings, as it is a fabulous place to take an older child or teenager who is eager to learn more about […]

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Peppa Pig Live Show

Garden Girl and Garden Boy were absolutely thrilled when we were given the opportunity to go and see Peppa Pig Live. They both watch the TV programme every morning and really love the characters and I have to admit that of all the programmes they watch on TV Peppa Pig is my favourite. The reason […]

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National Railway Museum, York

The National Railway Museum provided us with one of our best afternoons last summer. Garden Girl and Garden Boy were wowed by the large exhibits, thrilling in the opportunity to get so close to the trains, peer through the windows and in some cases climb on board. Garden Boy didn’t know where to look first. […]

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The Red Barn, Geronimo Pubs Family Day Out

The Red Barn Inn, part of the Geronimo chain of restaurants, invited us to their family fun day to capture the final moments of warmth before the winter sets in and drives us all indoors. Under the leadership of new manager Alan McTeir, the family fun day is just the first in a series of […]

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British Museum: Living and Dying/North American Galleries

Before I had children I was a frequent visitor of the British Museum. It is one of my favourite museums and each time I go I see something different. It isn’t just that the museum contains some of the best and most inspiring collections in the world; the whole atmosphere of the museum is engaging. […]

Legoland Windsor review- a pre-school perspective

We went to Legoland Windsor today. Our family has 4 members, me, wifey, the wee lass (18 months) and M’laddo (3 and a bit). If we had paid on the door, our day out would have cost us £105, which includes a jaw dropping £29 for our 3 year old. Rather astoundingly on top of […]

The Imperial War Museum Duxford (with a Toddler)

Duxford is quite well kitted out for children, with two cafes, plenty of pushchair access and loads of space to run about