Days out in the North East

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Found 14th Apr 2011
Just moved to the North East and am looking for places to go with my very active 18 mth old and 7 mth old in the Easter hols, any suggestions gratefully received!
Thanks x
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Welcome to the North East! Do your little ones like farms?
This one is really good
downatthefarm.co.uk/

and whitehouse farm, although that is in Morpeth, Northumberland and a little bit further afield
whitehousefarmcentre.co.uk/

I'll get my thinking cap on for you!
mum2littleangels

Welcome to the North East! Do your little ones like farms? This one is … Welcome to the North East! Do your little ones like farms? This one is really goodhttp://www.downatthefarm.co.uk/and whitehouse farm, although that is in Morpeth, Northumberland and a little bit further afieldhttp://www.whitehousefarmcentre.co.uk/I'll get my thinking cap on for you!


Unless they live in Morpeth that is!
Probably not for kids as young as yours but when I was at school we went to Beamish.

beamish.org.uk/
Goonieman

http://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/index.phphttp://www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/northeast/Where abouts are you?




We are in Bishop Auckland x


mum2littleangels

Welcome to the North East! Do your little ones like farms? This one is … Welcome to the North East! Do your little ones like farms? This one is really goodhttp://www.downatthefarm.co.uk/and whitehouse farm, although that is in Morpeth, Northumberland and a little bit further afieldhttp://www.whitehousefarmcentre.co.uk/I'll get my thinking cap on for you!



Thankyou very much x
wishihadadonkey

We are in Bishop Auckland x



there are some lovely places locally to you, high force is worth going to see (some pics)

Down at the farm is brilliant for kids, alot of Beamish might be a bit much for your age kids, but they will still enjoy it
colinsunderland

there are some lovely places locally to you, high force is worth going to … there are some lovely places locally to you, high force is worth going to see (some pics)Down at the farm is brilliant for kids, alot of Beamish might be a bit much for your age kids, but they will still enjoy it



thanks very much, my 18 yr old might appreciate Beamish, so will def look into that x
wishihadadonkey

thanks very much, my 18 yr old might appreciate Beamish, so will def look … thanks very much, my 18 yr old might appreciate Beamish, so will def look into that x



look into buying the annual pass as its the same price a 1 day ticket, means you can visit as many times as you want for free after your 1st visit.

beamish.org.uk/bea…ed/
Beamish, Whitehouse Farm, Diggerland, Hall Hill Farm (Lanchester), The Sanctuary Wildlife Centre (Ulgham), Barn at Beal visitor centre......threre's more but my minds gone blank
Would defo recommend The Forbidden Corner. Kids under 4 go free, my little boy was approx 18 mths the first time he visited it & loved it. You need to book in advance & I would suggest taking a picnic as there is a lovely picnic area just outside. Not pushchair friendly though so you would need a baby carrier for your little one.

theforbiddencorner.co.uk/ind…tml
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