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A day out in the SE- with a 10 & 8yr & 4 month old..

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Spink Fri 08-Dec-17 16:14:11

My lovely mum & dad’s Christmas present to us this year is money for a family trip out.
However, I’m a bit stumped for where to go - my criteria are that it is breastfeeding/ baby change friendly, we can hang out together, & that it’s not all outdoors (too cold!)

Somewhere like the Harry Potter tour would be perfect but we went a couple of years ago. ..

kittydetective Fri 08-Dec-17 16:16:28

I would suggest legoland but that's all outdoors and not open until spring (so that's basically a shit idea!)

TefalTester123 Fri 08-Dec-17 16:22:30

Historic Dockyard at Portsmouth. HMS Victory, Mary rose etc and can get annual ticket so can go and do more in the Summer?

Spink Fri 08-Dec-17 16:23:58

Kitty smile DS would LOVE Legoland! Definitely one for when it’s warmer..

AlbusPercival Fri 08-Dec-17 16:25:39

Drusillas? Zoo has lots of undercover areas.

Playground is awesome for your bigger 2. There is soft play if it's raining,

There are also 5 rides.

Spink Fri 08-Dec-17 16:39:34

Tefal they liked the Cutty Sark this summer so that could be a goer..

Albus we live about 10 mins from Drusillas grin & it has served us v well over the years! But I am currently avoiding it as I can foresee many hours there once the smallest Spink gets a bit older & have overdosed on it in the past...

Spink Fri 08-Dec-17 17:31:35

Has anyone been to Kidzania?

Crumbs1 Fri 08-Dec-17 17:34:25

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard including Action stations.

Crumbs1 Fri 08-Dec-17 17:36:11

Just seen someone’s suggested Dockyard above. Good day out including boat trip, Victory. Action stations is good for 8/10 year olds. Plenty indoors. Easy public transport. Gunwharf Quays almost next door too.

MegBusset Fri 08-Dec-17 17:38:47

Leeds Castle, Hever Castle, Dover Castle all good

Would think Kidzania too young for the 8 and 10yo? Not been though

In London, HMS Belfast, or Greenwich for the Cutty Sark and Maritime Museum. Horniman Museum great too

AlbusPercival Fri 08-Dec-17 17:58:28

Fair enough @spink you must live very close to DSis then she has an annual pass and goes near weekly grin

Ricekrispie22 Sun 10-Dec-17 11:31:36

Bodiam Castle www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/bodiam-castle
Blue Reef Aquarium, Hastings - more than just fish... talks, feedings, reptile handling...
SeaLife Brighton
Mercedes Benz world
The Canterbury Tales
Bluebell Railway and museum - the indoor museum is very interactive and then you can hop aboard one of the steam trains for a 22 mile trip.

You could spend the money that your parents give you on family membership for the National Trust.

Spink Wed 13-Dec-17 06:14:46

Thanks rice, I’ll have a look at those. We already have NT membership- if not that would have been perfect for us. B

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