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#1 of 1 things to do in Stonnall
Went with kids aged 6&3 free entry small fee for bucket of food for animals plenty of animals to see daughter loved the chickens and goats there was medieval role play kids enjoyed watching think they must have hi...
Lots of animals and a small play area for younger children, very friendly staff, all in all a lovely day out for any animal lover.

Sutton Park National Nature Reserve

The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK 5.4 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield
Natural beauty at its best, beautiful trees, quiet woods, 7 lovely lakes & pools, wetlands, rivers & streams, birds & wildlife, wild ponies, a donkey sanctuary, cattle grazing, wild moors, golf courses, children's...
its full of woodlands, grasslands, lakes, golf courses, places to eat and drink, children's playgrounds many great cycling paths, dog walking, nature watching, picnic and play areas.

Walsall Leather Museum

Walsall, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Walsall
... the world, with plenty of artefacts and also workrooms where you can see saddles being made and where you can make your own keepsake for as little as 50p thanks to a wonderful volunteer by the name of Rosie.
... material and quality, and, most important of all, the children had a fantastic day, with one of them stating 'It was the best school trip ever!' Thank you David and the team for an excellent, informative day.

Wolves Museum

Wolverhampton, UK 10.2 mi away
#1 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
... and executive boxes a wonderful tour experience followed by a fantastical museum stacked with loads of memorabilia for a nurturel to enjoy Held the attention of my footie mad daughter so would well recommend it !
There are brilliant photos/articles/trophies, and you can find out more about the early floodlit football matches when Wolves were hailed as Champions of the World, which was the inspiration behind the European Cu...
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Steelhouse Lane Lock-up

Birmingham, UK 10.2 mi away
#5 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
I think it would be great for kids as an history activity from school as they can see what it was really like in the "olden days" The staff all volunteers are brilliant, very knowledgeable and so friendly They hav...
This Custody Area was only closed a couple of years ago and thanks to the enthusiasm of it's volunteers (some with personal experience as Police Officers) we learned a lot about Birmingham's Social History as well...

Beacon Park

Lichfield 4.5 mi away
#3 of 23 things to do in Lichfield
My husband and I often visit this park with our little grandson.It is a lovely park and very child friendly It is a really good park for a nice stroll or picnic or certain events they have on.
I love Beacon park, it has something for everyone, the awesome flower beds, the play area for children and the lovely Coffee shop.

Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm

Atherstone, UK 11.8 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Atherstone
... with then we got to choose our own Alpaca to go for a walk with around the fields, we chose Yoda a chocolate brown good natured male, it was great fun a huge pack of people & Alpacas and one Llama called Lemmy!!
As both of us are huge animal lovers we knew it would be something we enjoyed but it exceeded our expectations, the animals are all kept in great conditions and you can see the staff enjoy what they do.

Cannock Chase

Stafford 10.7 mi away
#2 of 23 things to do in Stafford
A huge expanse of forest with well marked pathways; small hills, glacial boulders, Go Ape, adventure playgrounds, dog walking, mountain bike routes for all levels, cafes, deers if you're quiet, cows even!
Fantastic for Dog Walking Fantastic for people with bikes Great for Horse Riding Ideal for taking the children on Milford common to kick a football or play cricket

The Staffordshire Regiment Museum

Whittington 5.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Whittington
The museum hosts a quiz to keep the children engaged with a very generous prize for the winners! the displays are very well kept and the trench experience is wonderful with young history fans.
Lovely day out lots of information about ww1 & ww2 staff very friendly great knowledge about war life and a fabulous ww1 replica trench

Ash End House Children's Farm

Tamworth 7.7 mi away
#6 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
... house children's farm with our toddler who absolutely loved it!Lots of animals and the children are allowed to pet and feed them, except the horses which is understandable!! Our daughter loved feeding the goats!
Staff are so child friendly and the whole day was full of interactive activities where you get to feed animals, touch and hold the reptiles, tractor ride etc so much fun.

Walsall Arboretum

Walsall, UK 4.2 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Walsall
Wonderful walk, plenty of places for beautiful photographs, a photographer could easily spend a whole day here, the scenery, the lighting, it is a beautiful park to walk around and relax.
We are privileged to have this arboretum on our doorstep and is worth a visit at any time of the year, excellent for children and great for adults who want to escape to take in nature and tranquility.

Sandwell Valley Country Park

West Bromwich, UK 7.9 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in West Bromwich
... on a very hot day, Sandwell farm is wonderful with so much history and the little ones can see a working farm and country garden and enjoy the animals, I love it here, we must be very proud of what we have and...
A great place to be, walking, dog walking, cycling, the farm is well kept, with plenty of farmyard animals for the children to see, I love the walk around Swan Pool, plenty of wild fowl to see and photograph

Bantock House Museum

Wolverhampton, UK 11.3 mi away
#7 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
The staff make children very welcome and my 8 year old loved playing with the vintage games in the nursery.We both enjoyed dressing up in the period costumes and doing some colouring in.
Easily combined with a visit to Wightwick Manor for a full day of Arts & Crafts fun.

SnowDome

Tamworth 8.7 mi away
#5 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
we loved everything from start to finish & crackin value for money with a fantastic magical winter wonderland experience with tubing , sledging , snowballs , santa show , animals & choccies . .
Such a great experience for kids and adults alike, great fun a the snow, a mini panto, ( which is very funny,) and a little pet experience and caraousel at the end.. excellent.. Highly recommended..!!!

Kingsbury Water Park

The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, UK 9.7 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield
... ages, bouncy castles, big blow up slides, trampolines Theres lovely walks around all the lakes , and once you park up on the grass you can take a little picnic and play games on the grass, its beautiful there!
... dad has a bench there so we always stop there before we walk round the lake The nature resver is always well looked after and maintained with plenty of bird hides and information points Lovely walk in any season

RSPB Middleton Lakes

Tamworth 8.5 mi away
#4 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
At the edge of the wood, the path runs through long grasses and wild flowers and everywhere was alive with bees, butterflies and bird sound.
Take some time for a peaceful walk to and around the Middleton Lakes, and just clear your mind of everything!

Tamworth Castle

Tamworth 8.5 mi away
#3 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
Lovely place to visit and very interesting to learn our heritage as we are Tamworth residence and wanted our children to learn all about the history of own town..lovley castle very interesting will defiantly be go...
Family ticket is good value , The castle is well set out to tour round , the kids enjoyed it , they got to run around the battlements and the interactive displays in the main hall kept the kids busy for 30 mins ,...

Moseley Old Hall

Wolverhampton, UK 8.6 mi away
#6 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Really enjoyed this National Trust property Brilliant volunteers All staff so knowledgable about the history of the house Lovely tea room 5/5 for cream tea Take a picnic as plenty to see and do for all the family
Visit with grandchildren and great grandchildren such a beautiful place to visit stemmed with so much history walking in the woods was superb for the children and a huge tree house to explore beautiful tea rooms a...

Chasewater Railway

Brownhills, UK 3.0 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Brownhills
this was our first visit and our young children loved it lovely clean place, staff were very friendly and lovely journey very good value, would definitely visit again and the cafe was lovely and reasonably priced
There is plenty to do all year round, with steam & diesel train rides for a small charge, a lovely cafe and plenty of open space, the reservoir, park, crazy golf etc.

Chasewater Country Park

Burntwood 3.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Burntwood
You can either visit the popular park area for children that has a cafe, toilets etc next to the water that offers wake boarding and boat/water activities or you can go for country walks around the water which is...
We went to chasewater to look around we saw deer swans cygnets it really is a lovely place with the railway and cafes

West Park, Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, UK 10.5 mi away
#9 of 36 things to do in Wolverhampton
Well maintained , lots of colour in the summer and a pleasant place to walk all year The cafe isn’t always open , there is a glass house and boating lake , lots of ducks geese swans and squirrels
its nice and big and clean, plenty of paths and places to play or picnic, near the band stand is a play area for the children and a hut that serves drinks etc, there is a beautiful lake and has you look across the...

Dudley Tunnel

Dudley, UK 10.7 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Dudley
Great trip on the canal , very informative driver and interesting video shown in tunnels, and super cheerful guy who helps you on to boats.
Great boat trip commentary informative, show inside caves explaining the history very interesting, my young nephew loved it

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

Birmingham, UK 10.4 mi away
#13 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
The well-maintained historical building that stands at the heart of the city centre is much 'modernized' through the modern British art that also equally adds value when linked to the more classical and historical...
Superb collections - particularly the Pre Raphaelites paintings and the Staffordshire Hoard - in a beautiful building - will be going back many more times - I spent quite a bit of time admiring the architecture of...
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Garrick Theatre

Lichfield 4.7 mi away
#5 of 23 things to do in Lichfield
The actors were brilliant playing several parts in this small intimate area of the theatre which allowed for the audience to feel part of the show with the actors ensuring there was a very relaxed atmosphere.
An excellent show, brings back so many happy memories, have seen the shadows many times and this is the best tribute band, doing justice to their music.

Statfold Barn Railway

Tamworth 10.8 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Tamworth
... who believe in Santa Beautiful working trains, great facilities and the best grandpa elf (with handmade £120 curly shoes on as well!!!) Great value for money, came recommended to me and worth all the praise.
We had a fantastic time with our granddaughters they are 6 and 2 from start to finish this was excellent from making reindeer food to decorating cookies with Mrs class and grandpar elf is a must and Santa was of c...

Brindleyplace

Birmingham, UK 10.6 mi away
#15 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
It's home to the National Sea Life Centre, the Ikon Gallery as well as a number of large institutions such as RBS, Deloitte Touche and many radio stations such as Radio Free Birmingham, Free Radio 80s and Free Rad...
I actually think it’s the nicest area of the city to stay, have a meal or just wander by the canal and is a place that is well worth a visit.
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Birmingham Hippodrome

Birmingham, UK 10.8 mi away
#10 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
AMAZINGLY AMAZING!! Wow what a night, my friend and I watched Miss Saigon, we had a meal in The Circle restaurant prior to watching to show and enjoyed our deserts and coffee during the interval at our table.
Family visit to see 2017-18 production of Cinderella, excellent audience participation, full of wonderful individual performances to delight all ages.

Blakesley Hall

Birmingham, UK 11.5 mi away
#12 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
Have just visited this Tudor house with my 9yr old granddaughter,what a little gem !the house is lovely ,the guide was so informative,the staff throughout the house,visitors centre and tea room are all youngsters...
lovely place to visit with a lot to see with a cafe too eat and drink at and a shop to shop at and lovely gardens to go round and the house is a must to see.look out for the funny people hanging around they are du...

Redpoint Birmingham Climbing Centre

Birmingham, UK 9.8 mi away
#35 of 294 things to do in Birmingham
... the availability of a decent, reasonably priced cup of tea! Really appreciated how friendly they all were recently for my daughter's birthday party and how good the instructors are with children of all abilities.
Many thanks from Hallmoor School Sixth Form Staff for a thoroughly enjoyable time for one and all.

Black Country Living Museum

Dudley, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 22 things to do in Dudley
We spent all day learning and in our case as we are 75’s + reliving our childhood with All the butchers, bakers , clothes, haberdashery, sweets shops and visiting the cottages, we even,managed a trip ‘legging’ the...
Make sure you do everything from riding the trams & buses, sitting a school lesson, walking the filming sites from Peaky Blinders, visiting the various shops, eating tradtional foods from the bakery and sweet shop...