SWITCH UP YOUTUBE KIDS for Indoor Soft Play Playground for Kids | Mead Open Farm

There is so much for them to do at Mead Open Farm. Maya enjoyed a lot playing inside also. Animals are great and funny and are well cared for, indoor play area is great for all ages, cafes serve good food and each year there is always a new activity like the high ropes, bouncy pillars etc. In addition to the regular activities, the themed days are brilliant. This is a farm that caters for all ages and for families that have children of different ages to please, this is perfect. Oh and it’s educational too! … You can expect the very best family day out at award winning, Mead Open Farm. With 30 acres of action packed play inside and out, as well as ‘hands-on’ farmyard fun, there’s so much to discover. From cheeky goats, cute piglets and adorable sheep to fluffy rabbits, squeaky guinea pigs and friendly donkeys and ponies, meet plenty of animal friends. Plus, join in with daily animal activities and demonstrations including bottle feeding lambs, pony grooming, meet the animals and more! Outside, little daredevils will love the High Ropes Course which boasts a 20ft high Sky Trail challenge for the more adventurous and a smaller Sky Tykes course for younger explorers! Elsewhere, there’s plenty more outdoor adventure to discover including Topsy Turvy Towers adventure play area, Giants Rock Climbing Wall, crazy golf, Digger Village and go-karts, as well as seasonal tractor and trailer rides. And, from summer 2015, children will love the Jumping Pillows! Plus for ‘iffy’ weather days, Mead Open Farm boasts Shaggy’s huge indoor PlayWorld. Packed with fun, children can brave giant drop slides, fire ball cannons, scramble through nets and more. And to ensure play for all, toddlers will love to explore Mini Moos imagination village. Hungry? Shaggy’s PlayWorld Cafe is open every day, with a seasonal Hideout and Takeout Cafe and Paddock Kiosk. From February Lambing and the Easter Bunny Bonanza to Freaky Fortnight and Christmas Kingdom, visit the website for special events. Special group and educational packages are available as well as fun children’s birthday parties. Mead Open Farm is just south of Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire. Use LU7 9JH for Sat navs. Mead Open Farm Stanbridge Road, Billington, Leighton Buzzard LU7 9JH, England

 

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WORLD’s most BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLIES🌹Butterfly KISSES at the ZOO

ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s Butterfly House is one of the largest butterfly biomes of any UK Zoo. Featuring more than 30 different species from around the world, visitors are surrounded by hundreds of colourful butterflies.This chrysalis-shaped exhibit offers an exquisite tropical experience, as well as a wonderful place for families to learn about nature. As you travel through our butterfly domain, you will enter our interactive Metamorphosis Zone and be able to see every stage of the caterpillar/butterfly life-cycle. Featuring a puparium, the metamorphosis zone shows live pupae emerging from their cocoons with keepers on hand to demonstrate the art of raising butterflies. Throughout your journey through the Butterfly House, you could encounter the fearsome Blue Tiger, Zebra Longwing, or even the majestic Madagascan comet moth. Each of these species can be spotted through their vivid colours, colours that have hidden meaning within the Butterfly World. From camouflage to mating, colour plays an important part in a butterfly’s life, and with our engaging talks you can unravel the mysteries. Once you’ve encountered our fluttering friends, if you’re feeling brave, you can head down to meet our West African Dwarf Crocodiles. Don’t let their teeth scare you, these swamp dwellers are one of the smallest crocodiles. Learn more about how these reptiles have come under threat through your travels in this fantastic exhibit. https://www.zsl.org/zsl-whipsnade-zoo…

SWITCH UP YOUTUBE KIDS for Fun OUTDOOR Playground🎾Play | Furzton Lake

Last week Maya spotted a little mouse in the house. At first we didn’t believed her, mommy thinking she is mentioning her toys. But she saw it after and we ordered some traps. We placed some cheese inside and that’s how we caught Mickey Mouse. We went out to release him at Fuzton Lake. A wonderful place near us. After that, we played and walked and fed some ducks. A lovely evening. Furzton Lake Don’t miss Providing a striking landmark at Furzton is the Triple Star Head sculpture by Romanian artist Paul Neagu, shaped like a comet with its tail erupting from the earth. Look out, too, for the Silhouetted Portals by Wendy Hitchings – wooden sculptures on the islands near Lynmouth Crescent, which have proved popular with the resident bird population. Find out about the artworks at Furzton Lake and in our other parks here. There is a designated barbecue area near the ‘star’ car park, off the V4 Watling Street. Groups of 10 or more will need permission from info@theparkstrust.com Sport A Model Boat Club operates from Furzton, using the bays on the Lynmouth Crescent side of the lake. Fishing at the lake is managed by Milton Keynes Angling Association. Korfball is played on Thursday nights in the summer. Events For full programme see our events pages. Wildlife Volunteers help The Parks Trust clear the islands of scrub and bramble, to provide a better habitat for ground nesting birds. The lake also has a large population of geese and other waterfowl. Car parking Free car parking at the following locations: V4 Watling St opposite the National Bowl Lynmouth Crescent between Swimbridge Lane and Pinkworthy Shirwell Crecent Charging points for electric cars can be found in the car park off Shirwell Crescent. Toilets There are no public toilets at this site, but the hotel has customer toilets during opening hours. Disabled access There are good all-weather paths around the lake with some steep gradients near the outflow close to the V4 car park.