The Riverside Museum and the Tall Ship Review

When we went on holiday to Scotland we stopped off at The Riverside Museum and The Tall Ship. It was somewhere to stretch our legs and get some lunch and we were there for no more than two hours but really we could have stayed there all day – such a great place to visit. The Riverside Museum is home to some of the world’s finest cars, bicycles, ship models, trams…

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Edinburgh Zoo Review

Whenever we go anywhere new, a holiday somewhere in the UK, the first thing we look for is a zoo. The children love zoos and they are always such a great family day out so when we spent half term in Scotland we just had to go to Edinburgh Zoo – and crossed our fingers that the weather would be ok. In the end we had a lovely bright, crisp…

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Little Urchins Soft Play – Warminster Review

We often go to soft play places when meeting up with far away friends as there’s usually one somewhere in the middle between where we both live. Our latest play date soft play was at Little Urchins in Warminster. Little Urchins is set on an industrial estate with plenty of parking. It still has a really fresh, new feeling and the one indoor play room is the perfect size to be…

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Dundee Science Centre Review

Whilst we were in Scotland we spent a day at Dundee Science Centre with Sarah from Toby Goes Bananas and her two children. LP and Little Man love anything interactive so I was sure that the Science Centre would be a hit – and it was the perfect place to go on a rainy day. The Science Centre is in the heart of Dundee with ample pay and display parking.…

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The Play Zone at Fishers Farm Park Review

A couple of weeks ago Lauren and I met up at Fishers Farm Park for a play whilst LP was at school. We hadn’t been to Fishers Farm Park before but we knew it was a farm – but so much more than that too with loads of activities for the children. Due to the weather and our limited time though we decided to just make use of the Fishers Farm…

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Charlecote Park {National Trust} Review

On our way home from Scotland we wanted to find somewhere to stop, to stretch our legs and get lunch. Our first thought when we need a stop like this is a National Trust property, as we have National Trust membership, it always works out as an enjoyable and affordable day out. What is Charlecote Park? Charlecote Park is a beautiful, traditional looking building situated in gorgeous grounds with land…

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Stirling Castle Review

Whilst we were in Scotland we wanted to visit a castle – as Scotland is full of them but we found it hard to find one that was open in February and that was in the right area for us to get to easily. In the end we decided on Stirling Castle and arranged to visit it with some lovely Scottish friends of ours. What were our first impressions of…

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