As you undoubtedly know a lot of attractions remain closed. So we thought we would give you a few ideas of places you can visit with your family. We have deliberately stayed clear of the bigger, more well-known attractions, in the hope of providing you with some options you may have not have considered before. So here goes:-
With the lavender reportedly in full bloom why not head on down to the farm. Whilst the farm is only 25 acres it also includes a cafe and farm shop and some absolutely stunning photo opportunities to share. The photo opportunities are so good the owners have even set up a small competition on their website.
If you have a love of gardening and history then this is the place for you. The Museum offers a mixture of temporary and permanent exhibits along with a tower you can climb for views of the surrounding area.
With a variety of different treasure hunts available why not embrace your inner child. This is a great day out for the family that mixes problem-solving and an opportunity to explore. What more could you want?
5. Little Venice
Take some time out in this tranquil little part of the city. Here you can take a stroll, view the canal boats on their journey through London, have a spot of lunch from a takeaway cafe and see the greenery.