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Thursday, 27 July 2017

What's on in the North East - Summer Holiday Special | 29th July - 4th August 2017

Today I am bringing you our second instalment of our Guide to the Summer Holidays. This week's guide will cover from 29th July - 4th August.  You can check out last week's guide here.

Ater our adventure around Swansea Bay we are planning a quieter week this week. We are planning on spending some time exploring the Gateshead area on Steve's days off and for the rest of the week will just be enjoying some down time at home. You can follow North East Family Fun on Twitter here if you'd like to see what we're up to.

What's on in the North East | 29th July - 4th August 2017

28th - 30th July | Story of Lindisfarne | Lindisfarne Priory

Join Time Will Tell Theatre for a family friendly immersive storytelling session in the priory. Included with English Heritage admission. Remember to check tide times. Find out more here

29th July | Chalk presents Prince Party | Gosforth Civic Theatre

Celebrate the music of pop superstar Prince in this special event dedicated to the performer. Strut your stuff to Prince classics, craft a Prince inspired collar and design your very own symbol. Find out more here

29th July | Sing along Grease - Parent & Baby Screening | Gosforth Civic Theatre

This is a fab opportunity to enjoy what has to be one of the best films of all time with other parents. Aimed at babies under 18 months and their parents/carers. Find out more here

29th July | Family Fun Day | Gosforth Central Park | FREE event

There's a free family fun day in Gosforth this afternoon. Expect a bouncy castle, climbing wall, face painting, stalls and entertainment. Entry is free. Find out more here

29th July | Street Circus | Trinity Square | FREE event

There will be a FREE pop-up circus in Trinity Square Gateshead between 11:30an-3pm today. Find out more here

29th July | Outdoor Theatre - Peter Pan | Warkworth Castle

Join Chapterhouse Theatre Company as they perform Peter Pan in the grounds of Warkworth Castle. Find out more here

30th July | Milkshake Live | Sage Gateshead

The stars of Milkshake will be heading to the Sage today. From Noddy to Fireman Sam, Shimmer and Shine and Bob the Builder - lots of fun for little ones will be guaranteed. Find out more here

30th July | Wild Parks - Explore the Rocky Shore | St Mary's Lighthouse | FREE event

St Mary's Lighthouse and RSPB Saltholme for this special drop-in and FREE event where you can ramble through rockpools, take part in scavenger hunts and more. Find out more here

30th July | Teesmade Festival | Preston Park

This festival celebrated heritage skills and crafts. There will be local stalls and demos throughout the day including pottery, quilting and foraging. Find out more here

1st - 3rd August | Beneath Our Feet Week | Great North Museum | FREE event

Join the Great North Museum for a few days of creepy crawly handling, volcano exploring and more. Find out more here

1st August | Crafty Animation | Pelaw Library

Work with a local artist to create your own crazy characters and then bring them to life. Add music, effects and create your very own animated film. Find out more here

1st August | ARTventurers | Q Festival

There will be lots of arts and craft fun in the Spiegeltent down on the Quayside today. Expect crafting, modelling, painting, mask making, creative play, dancing and more....Find out more here

2nd August | Wheels on the Bus Rhyme & Storytime | Preston Park | FREE event

A mobile library will be parked in the museum grounds from 9:15am for a 45 minute storytelling and rhyming session. Free and drop-in event. Find out more here

2nd August | Giants Garden Water & Play | Rising Sun Country Park

Head to the Giant's Garden and take part in an inspiring and creative play activity. It's an unstructured session where you can build dens and bridges. Find out more and book here

2nd August | Kids Clay Workshop | Killhope Mining Museum

Use clay to create your very own animals to take home and remind you of your day at Killhope. Find out more here

2nd August | Make a Stick Creature | Cherryburn

Hunt for sticks around Cherryburn and then use the materials provided to create your very own Stick Man or Lady. Included with National Trust admission. Find out more here

2nd August | Make a bee box | Cragside

Help look after the bee population and create your very own bee box to take home. Included with regular National Trust admission. Find out more here

3rd August | Toddle to the Spiegel with Gateshead Libraries | Q Festival (Baltic Square)

Gateshead Libraries will be hosting two special rhyme times in the Spiegeltent today. Expect rhymes, singing, action and play. Find out more here

3rd August | Create a Plate | Wallington Hall

Use inspiration from the hall to design your own pattern on a paper plate. Included with regular National Trust admission. Find out more here

3rd August | Wild Parks - Feathered Friend Fun | Pets Corner Jesmond Dene | FREE event

Drop into this FREE event and join in with various activities including nature spotting, bird spotting and feather finding. Find out more here

4th August | Family Fun Fridays | Durham Cathedral

Durham Cathedral are hosting craft activities based around the Magna Carta and the Forest Charters exhibition as part of Open Treasure. Crafts are included with Open Treasure admission. Find out more here

4th August | Get Active Family Day | Richardson Dees Park | FREE event

Head to Richardson Dees Park in Wallsend between 11am - 2pm for their FREE Get Active Family Fun Day. Expect challenges, inflatables, family games, family fitness, giant games and a smoothie bike. Find out more here

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Don't forget to Tweet me @NEFamilyFun with what you're up to and enjoy your week. 


Wednesday, 26 July 2017

An afternoon potter around the Milkhope Centre, the Blagdon Farm Shop & Blacksmiths Coffee Shop

I have a new thing where I give myself every Wednesday afternoon off work. This is the day I'll either go out for lunch with Steve, family or friends and do something other than sit in front of my laptop. I must say it feels super indulgent doing something like this when the kids are at school but as they say, you only live once and there's definitely more to life than work. A few weeks ago I decided to head to the Milkhope Centre for a spot of lunch and a catch up with my mam and bro.

The Milkhope Centre is not too far from Cramlington and it doesn't matter what time of day you visit, it's always busy! The Blacksmiths Coffee Shop seems to be a firm favourite with local pensioners, ladies who lunch and a place to hold an informal business meeting. On this particular visit, we were lucky to grab the last available table in the conservatory area.

Lunch at Blacksmiths Coffee Shop

Blacksmiths Coffee Shop serve a range of salads, jacket potatoes, homemade pies and quiches, sandwiches and baked goods ranging from cheese scones to cheese cake. You can order a refillable filter coffee for £2.10 which seems to be popular. The coffee is decent too. We ordered 2 lots of sandwiches (served with crisps and homemade coleslaw), a jacket potato, a slice of homemade citrus cheesecake and 3 hot drinks (including a refillable coffee). The bill was a bargain £26. Our food was served quickly and the portions were huge. Nothing beats a homemade cake from a coffee shop. 

It's fair to say we were pretty stuffed and impressed with the quality and quantity served. I can see why it's so popular. 

The Blagdon Farm Shop

The Blagdon Farm Shop is award winning and a place you can really stock up your kitchen cupboards. There's a huge selection of sauces, jars and bottles of all sorts of treats to choose from and I can never resist trying something new. 

You'll also find a butcher's counter, cheese counter and lots of baked cakes and goods for sale too alongside fresh fruit and veg. It can be pricey but you get what you pay for and we've found the quality has always been very good and worth the extra pennies for a treat.

Shopping at The Milkhope Centre

The Milkhope Centre is home to some lovely independent businesses and they are definitely worth popping into for a browse. There's something for everyone from the Blagdon Gallery to Home Living Cane Furniture, the Skin Clinic and my personal favourite, La Cookshop - if you love browsing kitchenware, this is the shop for you.

I know writing this post might make me sound incredibly old before my time but sometimes it's nice to head somewhere like this and just have a potter. It was a lovely way to spend the afternoon with my mam and brother, I managed to buy a few treats for home and fed my Le Creuset habit with the purchase of a new espresso cup. Let me know if you've ever visited.


Tuesday, 25 July 2017

UK Family Holidays | Reviewed & Recommended | Bluestone Wales by Tantrums To Smiles Blog

Welcome back to our UK Family Holidays series. Today Jess from Tantrums To Smiles blog recommends Bluestone in Wales as a superb place to get away from it all with the family.

Credit | Tantrums To Smiles

Tantrums To Smiles are a family of four with two children aged 7 and 3 years old. They love Bluestone in Wales and think the resort gets the balance of relaxation and nature for the grown-ups and fun and activities for the kids just right. Bluestone is the kind of place you leave and immediately want to return. Everything about it is magical. There are 5 areas where Jess thinks Bluestone really stands out as being perfect for families:

  • Accommodation that has absolutely everything you could need
  • Plenty of parks and nature/woodland trails
  • Bookable activities for the kids (and big kids) that are reasonably priced
  • A huge variety of places to eat on site to suit all taste buds
  • There are both indoor and outdoor activities so you don't need to rely on the weather
Credit | Tantrums To Smiles

You don't really need to leave resort but if you'd like to, there's a huge range of places to visit in the area. Jess particularly recommends paying Folly Farm a visit.

You can dine out or eat in at Bluestone and most families will probably do a mix of both. The accommodation has full size ovens, hobs and microwaves which makes eating in the lodge a lot easier. There are several restaurants on site including a pub, fish and chips and Italian. Camp Smokey is a real favourite which is a barbecue restaurant in the woods - you can smell the cooking for miles and it's always very tempting.

Credit | Tantrums To Smiles

Jess's Top Tip: Hire a golf buggy if you don't like to walk or have young kids. Bluestone is set in a National Park and is huge and hilly. Cars are not allowed on site and activities such as swimming can be quite a walk from your lodge. The kids loved whizzing around in the golf buggies. 

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You can find out more about Bluestone Wales and the breaks they offer via their website here.

Thanks for this recommendation - I must admit, I've always fancied booking a holiday here but I've just never got around to it!

If you are reading this and would like to recommend a UK Family Holiday, please complete this form and I'll be in touch. 


Monday, 24 July 2017

The importance of down time in the summer holidays

If you follow me on Social Media it may seem like there's not a day goes past that we aren't going on some sort of exciting adventure and to some extent that is true - we do enjoy a lot of days out and weekends away. I adore going out and about with the kids, especially when the weather's nice but all is not always what it seems. We do spend a fair bit of time at home just chilling out with unstructured play too and I physically plan these days into our diaries as I really think that chilled days at home are just as important as days out. I am just far less likely to post a photo of us sitting at home doing nothing than I am of a nice day out. That's just the curse of Social Media I guess.

My parents didn't have too much money as we were growing up. I don't think I ever visited a theme park apart from when my mam's friend took me to Flamingoland. My dad pretty much had a 9-5 job and weekdays in the summer holidays would be spent playing out in the street with friends playing hide and seek around the estate or rounders using the lamp posts as bases. We'd have to do things like walk to the shopping centre and help mam carry the heavy bags back - I seriously cannot imagine doing that with my own kids (you have heard about my Prime habit right). The house I grew up in had a huge back garden and we'd build dens, form clubs, make our own perfume, set up table top sales in the street and pretty much just have the time of our lives. They were definitely simpler times. I have vivid memories of playing with my barbie dolls in our front garden and washing all of their clothes in a bucket of soapy water on a sunny day before hanging them on my mam's clothes horse to dry and before playing sweet shops with the girl across the road from us. Happy days!

Back in the 80s we rarely enjoyed a day out during the week in the summer holidays - we just played with our toys or played outside. However weekends were a different matter and we'd always enjoy a family day out when dad was home. Our local haunts would be Ridley Park, Plankey Mill, Hexham Park, Rothbury, Scarborough beach or Ingram Valley - please note that none of these cost any money. We'd really look forward to these days out and enjoy a proper childhood by doing things like swimming in rivers, fishing for tadpoles, building sandcastles and having picnics. I think my own memories of childhood have reminded me that you really don't need to spend money to enjoy quality time together this summer and sometimes less really is more.

We do have lots of adventures planned this summer. We're starting off with a jam packed week in Wales which I am super excited for. We do have lots of time at home planned too though and I really believe this is important. My children love playing on their computers and watching YouTube videos - these 6 weeks are their holiday and down time too and there will definitely be days where I let them play on their X Box or iPad for hours on end. If that's what they want to do, I'm fine with that. School is so pressured now and I really want them to have some time off doing things they enjoy.

That's not to say I won't be sending them outside to play either. This summer I'm going to make a real conscious effort to send the three of them outside to play in the street and make their own adventures too. Hopefully these will be the days they remember so fondly like I do.

I guess what I'm trying to say is that it's all going to be about balance for us this summer and I'm cool with that. There will no doubt be rainy days where the kids are stuck to their devices and I'm sat on my laptop blogging away, there will be days where the kids play out and hopefully rekindle the friendships they made with other children in our street last summer, there will be days where they spend hours using there imagination and building forts or playing with LEGO and there will be days where we head off out and enjoy some real family adventures too.

I just need to remember that we don't need to spend lots of money or plan a huge itinerary of activities this summer to have a good one. The main objective for us this summer is to just have fun, spend some time relaxing and enjoying more time together as a family. What about you?


Friday, 21 July 2017

Why Jack can't wait to watch Peter Pan, Captain Hook & The Crocodile in this year's Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure

*This is a collaborative post. Please see my disclosure policy for details

We're working with Disney On Ice again this year and honestly believe that this year is going to be the best year yet. I've already discussed how Heidi can't wait to watch The Little Mermaid and Harry is super excited to re-live The Lion King live on ice in Newcastle this October and now it's Jack's turn to share why he's super excited. 

Jack is a massive Captain Hook fan. He kind of has a weird love-hate relationship with pirates you see. Pirates can scare Jack on occasion (for example he refused to take part in a Pirate Escape room recently for fear of being captured) but they delight him just as much. Peter Pan is a movie that he has enjoyed since he was very young and I know he will just love watching Captain Hook and Peter Pan battle it out before his eyes.

Disney's Peter Pan was released in 1953 and is set in London at around 1900. Peter Pan visits two little boys (John and Michael) during the evening, teaches them to fly and whisks them off to Never land with the help of his much-loved pixie friend Tinkerbell. Here the gang embark on a huge adventure that involves pirates, crocodiles and canons. I have no doubt that the Peter Pan section of this year's Disney On Ice is going to be just as action packed. 

One of the reasons I love Peter Pan is the soundtrack - there are some real classic songs in the film ranging from "You can fly" to "Following the Leader". I also love the magic that surrounds Peter Pan and really hope we get to see the cast 'fly' live on ice. 

Find out why other local bloggers are excited for this year's Disney On Ice: 

About this year's Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure

Celebrate the most memorable Disney tales with your favourite characters in Disney On Ice presents Passport to Adventure. Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Daisy on a journey to the magical worlds of Disney’s The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Peter Pan and Frozen. Explore the Pride Lands with Simba, dive into Ariel’s underwater kingdom, fly to Neverland with Peter Pan, and join Anna, Elsa and Olaf’s quest to discover the most magical power of all. Plus, don’t miss the chance to warm up at the Fit to Dance pre-show featuring Zootropolis! Upbeat music and unforgettable moments make this an experience your family will cherish forever!

The show will be visiting Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena from 3 October - 8 October. Tickets are available here. 

intu Eldon Square & intu Metrocentre are giving away a money can't buy Disney On Ice experience this year. The prize includes rink side seats, the chance for your children to appear in the show and the full VIP treatment. To be in with a chance of winning, simply enter P2ADVENTURE when you purchase your tickets. Find out more here. 


Thursday, 20 July 2017

What's on in the North East - Summer Holiday Special | 22nd - 28th July 2017

I am changing the format of our 'what's on' guides throughout summer and will be including weekly guides as opposed to just a weekend guide. Make sure you are following my North East Family Fun Facebook page where I'll be posting more days out ideas throughout summer and why not join my North East Days Out Facebook group where you can ask for recommendations or suggest places to visit yourself.

We're off to Kynren in Bishop Auckland this weekend - so excited about this as we've only heard good things and then we're heading to Swansea Bay for the week. Please pray for sunshine! I've decided I'm going to create a daily short video to cover our trip and I'd really appreciate it if you could subscribe to my YouTube channel and follow my adventure.

What's on in the North East this week

21st - 23rd July | Sunderland Airshow | Roker & Seaburn | FREE EVENT

The International Sunderland Airshow returns to the North East this weekend. Expect stunning air displays, fireworks, live music and entertainment, catering, stalls, RAF and armed forces plus lots more. Find out more here. In 2015 we enjoyed the airshow onboard King Seaways. There are still tickets available to this year's cruise here. 

22nd & 23rd July | Clash of the Knights | Belsay Hall

Four teams of Knights will battle it out for victory in this special event. There will be an event field where battles will take place as well as a medieval camp where you can watch food being cooked, traditional musicians play and crafts being made. We've visited this event before and really would recommend it. Find out more here

22nd & 23rd July | How to be a Roman Soldier | Birdoswald Roman Fort

This event is free to English Heritage members and lots of fun for grown ups and children. We've taken park in Roman Soldier training a few times now and it really is a fab way to bring history to life. Find out more here

23rd July | Invasion VIII | Woodhorn | FREE EVENT (parking charges apply)

The 8th instalment of this very popular event will hit Woodhorn this weekend. A must-visit event for Sci-fi fans. You'll find photo ops with your favourite sci-fi characters, stalls, merchandise, superhero crafts and more.  Find out more here

23rd July | Louisa Johnson, Jedward & Special Guests | Bents Park | FREE EVENT

There's another free concert taking place in Bent's Park this weekend as part of the South Tyneside Festival.  Find out more here

23rd July | Little Festival | Rutherford AFC, Lobley Hill

The Little Festival is an outdoor festival especially for  babies, toddlers and children up to the age of 8. Expect baby massage, children's yoga, storytelling, balloon modelling, children's rides, free face painting, free inflatables, free soft play and more.  Find out more here

23rd July | Butterflies, Beasties & Beauties | Rising Sun Country Park | FREE event

Drop-in to the Rising Sun Country Park between 11am - 4pm and enjoy a range of free activities from minibeast hunting to wildflower detecting. Find out more here

24th July | Fingerprint bees | Cherryburn

Pop by between 11am - 3pm and create your own busy bee masterpiece. The event is included with regular National Trust admission. Find out more here

25th July | Play & Invent | Discovery Museum | FREE event

Join the discovery museum for a free arts and craft session (provided by TURBINA) or crafts with Play & Invent for a small additional charge. Find out more here

25th July | Baby Bounce | The Word | FREE event

Suitble for babies up to age 13 months, drop into today's free baby bounce session (begins at 10:30am) where you'll enjoy gentle finger, knee bouncing and action rhymes for babies. Find out more here

25th - 27th July | Explore the world week | Great North Museum | FREE event

There is a different theme running every Tuesday- Thursday throughout the summer at the Great North Museum and things kick off with Explore the world week. Experts will be on hand to help you explore different cultures around the world. There'll be object handling, drum workshops and a special gallery trail. Find out more here

25th July | Summer of sport | Souter Lighthouse | FREE event

Souter lighthouse are offering free sport sessions this summer. Join Durham Hockey Club and Houghton Rugby Club on Foghorn field this week. No need to book - you can just drop in. There'll also be the chance to try archery, orienteering, rounders, tennis and volleyball. Find out more here

25th July | Tots Plots | Gibside

Join the Gibside gardeners at 11am and learn all about seed sowing and growing vegetables with your little ones. There are 10 slots available (bookable on arrival) and tickets are £4 each to include juice nd biscuits. Find out more here

25th July | Barefoot mud painting | Cherryburn

Take off your shoes and get ready to get dirty. Make sure your feet are nice and muddy before walking over the giant paper to make a huge piece of art. Included with National Trust admission. Find out more here

25th - 26th July | Prince Amir & Nazreddin | Alnwick Garden

The meerkat king and his grumpy camel will be appearing at Alnwick Garden at regular intervals throughout the day today. Find out more here

26th July | Crafty Romans | Arbeia Roman Fort | FREE event

Pop into Arbeia today and enjoy creating your very own Roman crafts. Find out more here

26th July | Mini Masters | Q Festival Spielgel Tent (outside the Baltic) | FREE event

This FREE event for ages 4-6 years will involve energetic dancing, songs and drama games. No need to book - just turn up! Find out more here.

26th July | Alicia Ward-Yarrow's Tongue Twisters | The Word South Shields | FREE event

This is a free event for ages 4-11 years but you do need to book tickets. Join local children's author Alicia as she tackles some epic tongue twisters and help to create a tongue twister of your own. Find out more here

26th July | Discover-EAT | Discovery Museum | FREE event

The Discovery Museum are launching a new monthly foodie event this month. Expect the coolest eats, sweets and treats from local suppliers and there'll be a children's entertainer in the plaza from 12-3:30pm Find out more here

26th July | Get Active Fun Day | Rising Sun Country Park | FREE event

No need to book - just turn up to this FREE event. Expect games, challenges, music, dance, family fitness, face painting, sport tasters and the chance to try a smoothie bike. Find out more here

26th July | Make your own bath salts | Seaton Delaval Hall

Join the team in Seaton Delaval Hall's activity hut and create your own bath salts to take home. Included with National Trust admission. Find out more here

26th - 27th July | Beauty & the Beast Panto | Customs House South Shields

AJ pantomimes return to the Customs House with their brand new summer production - Beauty & the Beast. Expect slapstick comedy, audience interaction and superb costumes and sets.  Find out more here

27th July | Magic School for mini magicians | Discovery Museum

These special magical workshops will transform your children from muggle to magician in no time. This fun interactive workshop is run by a real magician and will teach your children tricks to wow their friends and family. Workshops are suitable for beginners and available to book from £5 per child. Find out more here

28th July | Make a mud pie | Cragside

Head up to the mud kitchen, pop on an apron and make your very own messy mud pie. Included with National Trust admission. Find out more here

28th July | Screenage Kids presents Dumbo | Baltic Square

Join Screenge Kids in the Spielgel tent for their immersive film experience featuring a Disney classic. Watch the movie come alive with fun activities and face painting. Find out more here

Phew! That's quite a lot to take in and we're only on week one. If you're still struggling for ideas, check out my video featuring fun activities to try in Whitley Bay and some of the blog posts below. Have a good one:


Wednesday, 19 July 2017

The Doctor Who Experience is closing on 9th September 2017 - Catch it now before it's too late!

If there is one TV show that us Rickelton's love above all others, it has to be Doctor Who. Steve and Harry are especially what I call hard core fans. They own at least 50 Doctor Who DVDs between them, enjoy listening to Doctor Who audiobooks and are very proud of their special collection of Doctor Who novels. Over the years we've collected various Doctor Who memorabilia and if there's a new season, I have to resort to planning our Saturdays around what time Doctor Who is showing on TV. Heaven forbid anyone should talk during a new episode premiere.

We are such big fans that back in the summer of 2013 we made the LONG trip down to Cardiff for the sole purpose of visiting The Doctor Who Experience. It seems like such a long time ago now. I blogged about it here if you fancy having a bit of a trip down memory lane.

That trip to Cardiff was four years ago and yet we all still talk about it with lots of enthusiasm and happy memories. We loved flying the tardis, being chased by Cybermen and dodging the weeping angels. The experience is very interactive and you really feel as if you could be a new cast member. There's lots of memorabilia on display and photo opportunities too with production sets, costumes and props.

The Doctor Who Experience will be ending it's 5-year tenure in Cardiff Bay on 9th September 2017 and if you have any Doctor Who fans at home, I would honestly highly recommend visiting this summer. We are staying in Swansea Bay next week and have tagged a trip to The Doctor Who Experience onto our stay as we really would love to see it one last time before it ends. There aren't many attractions I would travel so far to see twice - it really is worth it.

During our last visit in 2013, Matt Smith was 'the Doctor' and the main set was based around him. There have been a few changes since then and there's a whole new adventure with Peter Capaldi to explore. Check out this teaser below:

What to expect from The Doctor Who Experience this summer

  • An interactive adventure featuring a digital version of the twelfth doctor 
  • Free time in the Exhibition Hall which is home to the world's largest collection of props, sets and costumes
  • The official Doctor Who shop 
Special events this summer: 
  • During the summer holidays, visitors can also join a special series of walking tours around Cardiff Bay featuring sites from series 10 and memorable sites from previous series
  • Series 10 props, costume and sets have just been added to the experience this month 
  • On 22nd July the museum will host it's last Monster event. This one will be based around Cybermen and will include the chance to be transformed into a Cyberman, Q and A sessions and live Cybermen walking around the experience
  • 5th August will see the biggest Doctor Who cosplay day. Everyone is invited to attend dressed as their favourite doctor, villain or cast member

Under 5's go free to the Doctor Who Experience and if booked in advance, adult tickets are just £14 and children's tickets at £9.75. This is a steal compared to other similar attractions.

The Doctor Who Experience will close it's Tardis doors for the last time on 9th September. If you'd like to visit, I advise booking tickets sooner rather than later. 

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