Accessible Days Out
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum’s Life Galleries are devoted to displays on animal life, from creepy crawlies to the plaster cast of a Diplodocus that lords it over the Central Hall. The Earth Galleries explore the natural forces that shape our planet, the treasures we take from it, the effect we have on it and its place in the universe.
Address: Cromwell Rd London SW7 5BD
Venue phone:020 7942 5000
Opening hours: Daily 10am-5.50pm (last adm 5.30pm)
Transport: Tube: South Kensington
Special Star Foundation- Kingston upon Hull
Huge Sensory Room is open 7 days a week in Hull City Centre
Each session is private to your group
Just £5 per child or disabled adult, Parents and carers go free
3 floor of Princes Quay – Hull City Centre
Fully wheelchair accessible inc hoist facility
To book call us 01482 227657
Castle Street Caerphilly, CF83 1KD
Beautiful historic castle
Indoor exhibitions, Large grounds, Picnic Tables and Various entertainment depending on day (face painting and crafts)
Cost: Adult £10.10, Juniors (5-17) £7.10, Under 5’s Free, £33.30 per family (up to 2 adults & 3 kids)
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm until end of Feb then 9.30-5pm from 1st March-30th June
Parking – Various car parks nearby Crescent Road Car Park is free on Sundays)
CADW membership and Student Discount available
Suitable for all ages
Accessible & Pram Friendly
ORCHARD PARK – KIDLINGTON
Orchard Park has had a refurb. Rubber flooring throughout is great so it’s not going to get churned up and muddy and also more wheelchair / pushchair accessible.
Variety of swings – traditional, baby, accessible swing, nest swing and even a double one which would be perfect for a baby and toddlers to go on together (or in my case a 6 and 10 year old).
Little ones climbing fame
Slightly bigger kids climbing frame with a slide
Drums and music making
Seesaw style rocker
No parking (free parking on residential roads) and no toilet facilities or cafe. It’s a lovely little park if you’re local.
Kidlington Parish Council- The Story Museum
Kidlington Parish Council
The Story Museum £1 entry this Sunday
This is your reminder that the next Pay What You Can Sunday at the Story Museum is THIS Sunday (26th). Visitors pay a minimum entry price of just £1 per person per experience for entry to the Galleries, Small Worlds and City of Stories.
Visitors who turn up on the day to buy their tickets on the door will be able to choose how much they pay from a minimum starting price of £1 per ticket.
Entry is not guaranteed if demand is high and sessions are sold out – get there early!
Visitors who would like to guarantee their entry can still choose to book in advance online and pay the normal advertised entry prices.
Closed Monday and Tuesday. Open 7 days a week in the school holidays.
9.30 am – 4.30 pm on Wed/Thurs/Fri -9.30 am – 5.30 pm on Sat/Sun
Wheelchair-accessible, Buggy parking
42 Pembroke St, Oxford OX1 1BP
If you’ve got a dinosaur fan then you need to head to, Oxfordshire for their Once Upon A Dinosaur event this half term.
They’ve got Jurassic trail activities, meet the dinosaurs, uncover fossils in the Dino dig, a Dino disco, crafts and more!
We really enjoy Fairytale Farm, especially for under 10s. It isn’t too huge but there’s still plenty to do. My favourite thing is the rubber duck racing! The site is buggy/wheelchair friendly and has lovely sensory garden too. It’s ideal for SEND children and those with disabilities too as it’s been purpose-built to be accessible for all. You can read more in our full review below.
Landing Craft Trips during Pontoon Open Days
Our Falklands Landing Craft F8 will be offering very popular trips around the harbour again during the Pontoon Open Days!Trips run for 20 minutes and cost £10 per person. We are also offering our buy 3 get the 4th free discount on F8 tickets Standard trip times are 1300, 1340, 1420, 1500 & 1540 on the following dates:
Saturday 8th April
Saturday 27th May- 1300 & 1340 trips fully booked!
Saturday 1st July
Saturday 12th August
Saturday 9th September
Saturday 21st October
Spaces on F8 trips sell out very fast so we would recommend pre-booking by emailing email@example.com or you can buy tickets on the day with a Visitor Host in Boathouse 4.
British Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair basketball is a fast-paced and fast-growing sport that allows non-disabled and disabled people to compete together in its domestic leagues and competition. British Wheelchair Basketball (formerly the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball Association) is the governing body for wheelchair basketball in the United Kingdom.
Kentish Town City Farm
Children are at the heart of the farm, with a range of weekend workshops
Address:1 Cressfield Close off Grafton RdNW5 4BN
Venue phone:020 7916 5421
Opening hours:9am-5pm daily
Transport: Tube: Kentish Town.
Bloomsbury-located Coram’s Fields is one of the most child-friendly open spaces in central London. There is an enormous sandpit and all sorts of toddler climbing frames, see-saws and swings on the east side. There’s also a city farm and an adventure playground for the older kids with a zip wire, tunnel slide and lots of climbing equipment made from natural materials.
Address :93 Guilford StLondonWC1N 1DN
Venue phone:020 7837 6138
Opening hours:9am-dusk daily
Transport: Tube: Russell Square
Crystal Palace Park
Children going through the dinosaur phase always enjoy a visit ‘the monsters’ – five dinosaur sculptures that lurk among the trees around the lake.