Kew Gardens Review, London

The world famous Kew Gardens are truly stunning. There is so much to do and such a variety of plants from around the globe.

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Blenheim Palace

Blenheim palace is simply stunning and it’s a fantastic place for children. There is so much for them to do and with tickets valid for a year there will be plenty of opportunities to explore it all.

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Upton House

Upton House nr Banbury was the first National Trust property I took kids into – and it’s very kid friendly. It also have a great play trail and even an air raid shelter in the garden.

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Lacock Abbey and Village

Many people will recognise these halls as the corridors of Hogwarts but it’s not just Harry Potter fans who should visit; the first photograph negative was taken here, they had their own copy of the Magna Carta and it’s a beautiful building.

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Wimpole Hall

Wimpole Hall has so much to offer, both inside and outside the house. They have a farm on site as well as extensive gardens. The Yellow Drawing room is not to be missed.

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Berkhamsted Castle

A ruined Norman castle right in the middle of a Hertfordshire town! it’s completely FREE to visit too. It’s a great place for a picnic and a run-around. Lots of good facilities nearby too, just be careful of the steep slopes.

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