Looking for something to do with the kids, list days out
Legoland Discovery Centre Manchester is delighted to announce the implementation of a range of new accessibility initiatives throughout the attraction.
Scotland's pioneering sound and light show, The Enchanted Forest, is reaching for the stars this October with an exciting new installation, the Geodome, a spectacular 360° immersive experience.
The 2019 show, entitled Cosmos, takes its inspiration from the vastness and natural beauty of the skies that sit above the forest. Whilst visitors will be able to enjoy the security and familiarity of their forest surroundings, the show will encourage visitors to sense the awe and wonderment of the looking up to the sky through the tree canopy and be captivated by the cosmos.
Dorset Council’s Durlston Country Park is the first heritage attraction in Dorset to introduce a full set of accessibility products produced by Heritage Ability, a three-year project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
The Heritage Ability team worked closely with the staff at Durlston Country Park, to produce a set of accessible products that would help improve access to the park for disabled visitors and Deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users.
A new indoor climbing centre has opened in the old boathouse in Llandudno, thanks to a £50,000 loan from the Development Bank of Wales.
The Boathouse Climbing Centre is run by experienced outdoor pursuit instructor Andy Sutcliffe and his wife Emma-Jane and is the only provider in the area who runs weekly clubs for children with physical and mental disabilities.
Looking for something a bit different to do with the children this summer? Sussex’s top experience attraction is opening its doors to families for an authentic, fascinating account of hilarious and gruesome history from around the world.