British Airways i360, Brighton

The British Airways i360 tower is impossible to miss. Dominating the skyline along the Brighton seafront the structure is the world's first vertical cable car and the world's tallest moving observation tower. Designed, engineered, manufactured and promoted by the team responsible for the London Eye, visitors experience 360 degree views across Brighton, the South Downs [...]

Wakehurst Place, Haywards Heath

We were thrilled to recently discover that we could use our family National Trust cards at Wakehurst Place, part of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew's country estate. We've always assumed that a day out at Wakehurst would be too expensive for us as a family of 6....so to discover that we could use our [...]

Groombridge Place ~ Wild Adventures Week

Groombridge Place is well established as one of our favourite family days out. If a visit to Groombridge in it's own right wasn't good enough, every school holidays the Enchanted Woods are visited by the wonderful Acting Moon Events team to create themed events. We were lucky enough to enjoy the Christmas Elfxtravaganza and were really excited about [...]

Into the Trees, Pippingford

With Pippingford as the venue and trees as the theme this event is already onto a winning combination. This is the second year the event has run with the aim of encouraging us all to play, work, learn and explore amongst the trees.  We were lucky enough to win a family ticket through their sister [...]

Hever Castle and Gardens, Kent

We visited the 13th Century Hever Castle in Kent, the childhood home of Anne Boleyn (second wife of Henry VIII and Mother of Elizabeth I), on a sunny Easter holiday Saturday. Finding the castle was relatively easy as the castle is clearly sign posted from the surrounding villages and a member of staff was outside [...]