So to kick off the summer holidays we took a trip to the newly opened Brimstage Maze, to see what this years incarnation has to offer families as a day out.
So I am just going to come out with it, we love Ness. So first a little bit about Ness and how it began. It was first created in 1898 by Arthur Kilpin Bulley, he sponsored expeditions to the Far East in order to bring back plant samples and seeds, which he then used to … Continue reading Ness Botanical Gardens | Review
It has been blazing hot recently and it looks like the North West may be going to see a decent summer this year (*touches wood*). So I bumped up our visit to Puddle Splash in New Brighton and we went to check out this out door, summer time, spalsh zone from the famous Bubbles World … Continue reading Puddle Splash, New Brighton | Review
Chester Zoo has to be one of the best known zoos in the British Isles. it opened it's doors to the pubic in 1931, and since then has grown to cover around 125 acres of it's 400 acre site on the outskirts of Chester. It has been the subject of a historical BBC drama "Our … Continue reading A day out at Chester Zoo | Rated
Kids love animals, it is just one of those things. So what could be better than a family day out at a children’s farm. There are many children's farms to choose from in the Cheshire / Wirral area. Hayrack Church Farm’s great selling point is that not only does it have a good selection of … Continue reading Hayrack Church Farm
Read about our great day out at Church Farm, with everything from animals to adventure play areas, it has something for kids of all ages.
1. West Kirby West Kirby is a great seaside day out. There is public parking by Morrisons right at the beach or you can park right along the promenade. West Kirby is also easily accessed by train. The station is a five minute walk from the beach. With an abundance of Cafe’s there is always … Continue reading Ten Free Family Days Out