Visiting Berkshire

Posted by 07heaven on May 31, 2016

One of the loveliest and underrated home counties, Berkshire has been a known as Royal Berkshire since, it’s believed, the 19th century, due to being the home of Windsor Castle. Its connection to royalty doesn’t end there – the Duchess of Cambridge was born in the Berkshire village of Buckleberry.

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Visiting Southend Museum and Planetarium

Posted by 07heaven on May 26, 2016

Think you have to travel into the centre of London to visit a museum or explore the secrets of the stars? Think again. Southend-on-Sea’s museum and planetarium are just as interesting – and far easier to get to by coach! A great day out for families, history fans or budding astronomers, there’s something for everyone at Southend’s Central Museum and Planetarium.

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Visiting Suffolk

Posted by 07heaven on May 24, 2016

One of East Anglia’s loveliest counties, Suffolk is home to a plethora of history, wildlife and culture. Just north of Essex, it’s the ideal destination for a short break or holiday.

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Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park

Posted by 07heaven on May 19, 2016

For a fun filled day in Essex Marsh Farm Animal Adventure Park is a perfect day out for any animal loving family. It has over 30 acres of farmland for you to explore and 300 acres of beautiful country parkland situated on the edge of river crouch, something to please everyone in the family. There is a range of different and exiting activities to do throughout the day.

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The London Science Museum

Posted by 07heaven on May 17, 2016

The London Science Museum is one of the top free attractions to visit in London and is an interesting low cost day out for absolutely anyone and everyone.

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Wroxham Barns

Posted by 07heaven on May 12, 2016

Whether you’re a fashion lover, food lover or even just love a spot of mini golf you can find all of these and more in just one place, Wroxham Barns! Wroxham Barns is one of Norfolk’s leading tourist attractions and is an amazing day out that truly does appeal to all ages. There is just so much on offer to do at Wroxham barns it’s unbelievable! There is a kids soft play area, junior farm, and fun fair to keep the children entertained.

The junior farm hosts so many activities and animal encounters throughout the day its non-stop fun for kids and adults who are visiting. You even get the opportunity to feed pigs, lambs and cuddle chicks and guinea pigs at this attraction. The kids soft play area is included in the price of the junior farm so in between the activities and animal encounters the kids can stay busy. The children’s funfair, which is open weekends and school holidays, has a variety of traditional rides such as the Wroxham Barns Train or even take a ride on one of the Kiddie Tractors. There is just so much on offer for children; it would be impossible not to keep them entertained.

There is also a large 18-hole mini golf course for both children and adults, whether you play for fun or have the competitive edge this is definitely something to experience whilst you are there. The course features gentle slopes, both rising and falling waves made with grass, as well as water hazards, a bridge and many other obstacles to tackle. The British mini golf association open championships are being hosted this year at Wroxham barns highlighting how good the course is.

The grown ups can enjoy pottering around the many shops at Wroxham Barns whilst spending there day there, with over 12 shops to choose from, you might be spoilt for choice.

There is a new art studio called “made by you” there where you can discover your creative side. People of all ages and genders are welcome there and you can produce your own unique items or accessories to take home with you and keep forever.

If you are a fan of beauty there is even something for you at Wroxham Barns! Home to a health and holistic beauty clinic, offering so a wide array of treatments including: massages, manicures, pedicures and even special occasion makeup.

After your fun filled day you may all be slightly peckish but not to worry there is an award-winning restaurant on site that offers freshly cooked high quality food made from locally sourced ingredients. The fan favourite in the restaurant being the rare breed sausage and buttery mash with Woodforde’s Wherry gravy there’s no chance of you going hungry on your visit.

For an exiting day out in Norfolk with an endless list of activities, what are you waiting for?

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