The Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt at Hampton Court Palace.

We visited Hampton Court Palace today for the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt. It runs until 18th April at Hampton Court and 17th April at Kensington Palace. It’s a very popular event and you have to book in advance. The trail is included in palace entry and takes you on a lovely walk around the grounds….

Bekonscot Model Village and Railway, Beaconsfield

Bekonscot Model Village is the world’s oldest, open since 1929! It is such a fun, family day out and has a unique, old-world charm about it. I can remember going as a child and loving peering in the windows of the buildings and imagining who lived there. Today my littluns did exactly the same! Although…

Tumblestone Hollow, Stonor Park and Gardens, Henley-on-Thames

Tumblestone Hollow is a magical and fantastical playground in the Oxfordshire countryside. Set in the stunning grounds of the historic Stonor House, Tumblestone Hollow is an extensive adventure playground based on the stories by Amy Sparkes. A place where children can embrace their imaginations and run wild in a natural play space. It has a…

Easter Special at Audley End Miniature Railway, Essex

Audley End Miniature Railway has been on our to-do list for a while so I decided their Easter Special would be a good time to visit… and it didn’t disappoint. The day starts with a 40-minute ride through the grounds on a miniature railway pulled by either a diesel or steam engine. The train ride…

Autism-Friendly Easter Egg Hunts, London, 2022

We have lots of things booked in for this Easter break- feels a bit like making up for lost time – and we’re looking forward to days out, beach trips, Easter egg hunts and lots more… This is a quick roundup of the Easter egg hunts that we’ll be doing in the next few weeks….

2022 Edition – A Mum’s Guide to Autism-Friendly Activities in London

Many of the big London museums have special sessions for children/families with SEND. The sessions tend to be outside of the usual opening hours, so very early or twilight, and offer a more relaxed experience. no crowds siblings and families welcome/encouraged helpful/ trained staff often lighting and sound levels are adjusted quiet areas and breakout…

Know Before You Go: Dennis & Gnasher’s Big Bonanza at Kew

Yesterday we went to Dennis & Gnasher’s Big Bonanza at Kew Gardens. I booked for 2pm- as that was the only slot available- and it was busy, as expected, with families enjoying all that Kew has to offer. The Beano-themed trail is in honour of 70 years of the comic book characters and their calamitous…

Days Out With the Kids: Wakehurst, Sussex

We have been Kew members for a few years now and Kew Gardens is a firm favourite in our family. I recently discovered that we could visit Wakehurst in Sussex for free (as it’s part of Kew) so, on a wet, windy Sunday, we pulled on our wellies and drove down from London. Wakehurst is…