There is so much to discover at Jordans Mill with the "Let’s Go Wild" passport! Take an adventure with Whizzer the Kingfisher through the Mill gardens, mill meadow and Mill Woodland. You can find out all about the food we eat and the wildlife we live with. The passport takes children on a journey and they can collect the special badges by completing some super activities.
The colourful passport badges can be collected by fact finding, spotting the local wildlife, taking part in a rubbings trail, colouring a picture and trying the puzzles. The children can also find out how to gain an extra special Whizzer the Kingfisher Badge.
Passports cost £1.50 but are free when you buy a children's meal form the Riverside Café this summer! The café offers a great choice for all the family. The children meals include a build your own lunch box option and a child sized cooked breakfast.
The children can also take part in the guided Mill Tours which are free for kids under the age of 16. The interactive displays and fascinating mill machinery mean that all the family can enjoy the day out!
Jordans Mill also run children activity sessions to really capture their imagination. Make sure that you check out the events page on the Jordans Mill Website.
Due to the popularity of the summer late opening in 2015 Jordans will be staying open until 9pm on Thursdays and Fridays from 26th March, serving food from their a la carte menu until 8pm.
Come along and enjoy the lighter summer evenings with a drink or a meal on the outside terrace overlooking the River Ivel.
Pets at Home
Head down to your local Pets at Home store during the summer holidays for a fantastic My Pet Pals activity workshop! Our My Pet Pals workshops help to teach children how rewarding pets can be and how to care for them responsibly. There's a truly hands-on approach to pet care, as well as loads of goodies..and the best bit is, it's all FREE! Book now
Delve into Durham
Delve into Durham's amazing history with a break in 2018 and see the past come to life at award winning attractions and events. Don't miss the Bodies of Evidence exhibition at Palace Green Library or visit the majestic Durham Cathedral. Take a tour of Medieval Raby Castle, or visit the magnificent Bowes Museum. You could even take a tram ride!