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Blenheim Palace 10.41 miles

Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace, home to 11th Duke of Marlborough and the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, offers a memorable day out with loads to see & do for all the family. Built in the early 18th Century to celebrate victory over the French.



The Pottery Place 11.19 miles

The Pottery Place

The Pottery Place really does provide hours of arty fun for all ages.  A brilliant venue to party and celebrate. we can accommodate upto twenty children and all our party packages include drink refreshments and full supervision from trained staff. Out mobile pottery unit is available for home parties throughout the year.



Cogges Manor Farm Museum

Investigate what everyday living was like for people that lived in the Victorian era. There is a regular programme of special events organised at the museum so a good day can be had by all.



All things Wild Nature centre and Farm

All Things Wild opened in March 2012 with the aim of providing an all-weather, year round family attraction and allow people of all ages to enjoy the amazing things that nature can bring. From running bug hunting and pond dipping sessions in our wild meadow, to getting up close to some of our amazing animals, we try to offer a diverse range of activities that suit all ages and encompass the values that we hold; that while animals are a great way of educating, they should still be treated with respect and care. For this reason, we aim to keep the animals in an environment that is as close to their natural habitat as possible.



GLOUCESTERSHIRE WARWICKSHIRE RAILWAY FAMILY DAY OUT WITH ALL THE FAMILY!

British Motor Museum 17.07 miles

British Motor Museum

The British Motor Museum offers something for everyone, even for those who are not passionate about cars. For the children there are cars to sit in, levers to pull and buttons to press! Fun for all the family whatever the weather!



Hillers 22.54 miles

Hillers Farm Shop and Delicatessen

Roman Alcester Heritage Centre Roman Alcester is an exciting new exhibition interpreting and displaying objects from Alcester's Roman past. Alcester is one of the most investigated Roman small towns in the country, with over 100 archaeological digs in the last 80 years. Recent excavations have revealed much about the area of the Roman town which would have been outside the boundary wall built in the 3rd century AD. Come to Roman Alcester and find out what life was like there in Roman times between the 1st and 4th centuries AD. Look into a reconstruction of an archaeological dig. Handle and sort real Roman finds. See the amazing array of Roman objects found in Alcester. Meet the characters in Roman Alcester's market place and listen to their stories. Go back in time - try on a Roman tunic! Discover more about Alcester before and after the Roman period. Admission to Roman Alcester is free!

National Trust Coughton Court

Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house set in beautiful gardens with a collection of Catholic treasures

Coughton Court is the home of the Throckmorton family who have lived at Coughton since 1409. John de Throckmorton, Under Treasurer of England to Henry VI, acquired Coughton in the early 15th Century through his marriage to Eleanor de Spiney. Their descendants have held it for 600 years and, although the National Trust has owned the house since 1946, the family still live here. The present resident, Mrs McClaren-Throckmorton, and her family enjoy occupancy of the house under a 300 year lease.

The origins of Coughton Court lie in pre-conquest times and there is evidence of a house on this site from the 14th Century. The present building was begun in the 15th Century and has since survived in a family who for much of that time were impoverished, persecuted or imprisoned for their adherence to the Catholic faith.

Explore this story of fascinating personalities through the 'family album' of portraits and Catholic treasures around the house. Coughton is still very much a family home with an intimate feel and the family still manage the stunning gardens which they have created.

There is still more to enjoy away from the house and gardens. For the little ones an activity shed with a wealth of games and activities to keep them busy and for those seeking something a little less energetic then a stroll through our ancient woodland, to be found awash with bluebells in the spring, or a visit to the cafe for a relaxing cream tea.



Bright Kids Nurseries & Out of School Clubs - Studley, Redditch, Birmingham The settings within the Bright Kids Nursery and Out of School Clubs have one objective: .. to enhance the development of the children within our care, by promoting "learning through play" and providing a comprehensive range of valuable services, which will help improve the quality of life of busy parents and their children ...


Christmas Activities

Christmas Activities

If you are looking for ideas to keep the children busy throughout the Christmas holidays, or the kids want some ideas and inspiration for cards and gifts them take a look at our Winter KidsZone. Jam packed full of fun ideas that everyone can get involved in! Activities for indoors and out - some are messy, some are not! What are you waiting for?!?!

Advent Calendar Competition

Advent Calendar Competition

We are bringing back our Advent Calendar Competition on our Facebook page! Each day 1st - 24th December we will be running a task on the page and picking someone to win a prize bundle. With prizes from Forest Holidays, Kidz Bop, BeGenio, Littlelife, Daisy & Ollie, Pip Ahoy, My Fairy Garden, Superfast Thermapen, Smiggle, Start-rite and Rubys Books!!