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Space Station Weather

The National Space Centre Leicestershire, our review

by Karen, Jan 20 2018 When I was growing up my dream was to be an astronaut, Space absolutely captivated me and I’m so glad I have passed that fascination on to my daughter (although currently the astronaut career aspirations come in second place to Street Dance Teacher!). So I was super excited to visit

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Santa Weekend Aviemore, The Best Place To See Santa In Scotland, Uk

Macdonald Aviemore Santa Weekend – our review

by Karen, Jan 17 2018 Want the full on Santa weekend experience but don’t want to have to travel all the way to Lapland to do it? Scotland is a great place to start. We knew we wanted to take Piper to visit Santa but December is such a busy time for us, we couldn’t

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How To Visit Wicklow With Kids

Wicklow with kids, where to visit, sleep and eat.

by Karen, Jan 08 2018 Recently we paid a “blink and you’ll miss it” visit to County Wicklow in Ireland for a family gathering and really can’t believe we’ve left is so long to get there. It was Piper’s first visit to Ireland (she’s now 7!) and we all fell in love with the place

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Clip N Climb

Five Fantastic Days out in Cambridgeshire

by Erin Quilliam, Jan 07 2018 Five Fantastic Days out in Cambridgeshire? From zoo and farmyard trips to fossil hunts and fun houses, there are loads of places to enjoy days out in Cambridgeshire. Fossils Galore Located in March, Fossils Galore has tons of activities on offer from dinosaur hunts, fossil dogs, and gold panning.

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Franklin Museum Interactive

The Franklin Institute Philadelphia, a family friendly review

by Karen, Nov 27 2017 As family friendly, educational museums go, the Franklin Institute Science Museum in Philadelphia has got to be one of the best. Packed full of interesting and interactive exhibits, perfectly tailored to kids. Built in honour of one of Americas most famous scientists – Benjamin Franklin, the Institute is one of

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Please Touch Museum Entrance

Family Friendly Philadelphia – our Please Touch Museum Review

When visiting Philly with kids there’s one place every family wants to try and that’s the Please Touch Museum Philadelphia. Just the name screams family friendly, after all I’m sure we’ve all spent half an hour in an interesting museum whispering to our kids not to touch/run/play and finally given up and gone home. The

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Freedom Trail Faneuil Hall

Tackling the Freedom Trail with kids

by Karen, Oct 19 2017 Boston is an amazing place to visit with kids, there’s so much to see and do and the Freedom Trail is a great place to start. It’s a literal walk through the American Revolution, if you’re walking it with little kids just make sure you plan in plenty of stops,

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Boson Park Plaza Review

Boston Park Plaza Hotel – Our Review

Looking for Boston Park Plaza Hotel Reviews? Boston, USA is well known to be one of the most expensive cities in the world to book a hotel room but even knowing that I was surprised when I started researching where to stay for our upcoming trip. I finally decided on the Boston Park Plaza, a

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Boston Museum Of Science Blog

Boston Museum of Science

Oh Boston, you are an embarrassment of amazingly family friendly museums! We didn’t expect anything could get close to the Boston Childrens Museum but found the Science museum, Boston to be equally fascinating. We arrived early (thank you jetlag) and made it in well before the crowds which allowed us to really explore every exhibit. Location

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Queens Ice And Bowl

Top Places to try bowling in London for a striking day out

Now that summer is over, you’re probably trying to think of different indoor activities for you and your family in the coming winter months. Just because the weather outside might be dark and gloomy, doesn’t mean your days out have to be! If you’re looking for indoor fun the whole family can enjoy, bowling in

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Boston Children

Boston Childrens Museum

Although I don’t usually plan our travels based on just one venue we want to try out, Boston was a different story. I had heard and read so many great things about their children’s museum I knew we just had to visit before Piper got too old to really enjoy it. Was it worth the

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