Tramble exists to make spending time as a family easy and fun. So we wanted to write about 10 things to do with the kids in Kent, and sometimes East Sussex, that meet the Tramble criteria. And, as an added bonus, a bunch of these family activities are completely free!
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Bristol and the South West is a wonderful place to live and have children. There are a whole bunch of places to visit and fun kids activities to try out in the area. Here are a few ideas that we have put together as a starting point.
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Wandering the streets of Oxford is a very special experience for a first-time visitor or someone who has enjoyed the honey coloured stone and the dreaming spires on many occasions. There are so many things to see and do in Oxford, some are very much in the mainstream and others a little more off the beaten track.
For a first timer in Oxford here is what we would do...
'What to do in Winchester' into Google brings you back a bunch of generic things. We are not saying they aren't good things to do. You know who doesn't love taking a look at some animals at Marwell Zoo?! You just can't go to Marwell Zoo every single time right...
Brighton Marina isn't the centre of the show for visitors to Brighton, who flock to the Lanes and the Pier (and now the i360.) The Marina has a charm to it and here are our favourite things to do, see and visit near the Marina.
Chiswick offers a lot of variety for a day out making it little surprise it is such a popular place to live. When we recently visited we wanted to cram all of the best features into one day. There is a lot of walking but it is well worth it.
Bloomsbury has the highest concentration of grassy squares in the world with the likes of Tavistock Square and Russell Square within a few minutes walk. Throw in a few museums and some notable publishing sites and there is plenty for a fantastic day out.
One of our favourite parts of the city has to be the area around Hampton Court along the south west section of the Thames Path. With plenty to see along the river up to Teddington, Twickenham, Kingston and Richmond you'll have a cracker of a day out.
The famous Bermondsey Beer Mile and Millwall Football Club are both notorious in the area. However, there is much more to explore including several excellent foodie markets. Add in the Thames views and you are on to a winner.
Leytonstone is the home to our favourite tube stop, purely because of the Alfred Hitchcock inspired mosaics adorning the walls. The area has some good places to eat and plenty of green space to explore.
Stoke Newington or 'Stokie' to locals really surprises us every time we visit. Never getting much of a mention being a near neighbour of the flavours of the month Hackney and Dalston, Stokie offers so much.