Family fun for October half term

26th September 2017

Take a break from homework and do something fun with the family...

  1. Chislehurst Caves

“Miles of mystery and history beneath your feet” they promise, and we agree.

Just a couple of minutes walk from Chislehurst railway station, these 22-mile long caves are ready to capture the in-depth explorer and keep the young ones fascinated.

Set in this picturesque south-eastern village in Bromley, you can combine history, marvelling at the sights and and dining at one of the many family friendly pubs in town.

  1. Whales: Beneath the Surface at the Natural History Museum

Go beneath the waves to explore the extraordinary lives of whales. The Natural History Museum really knows how to make the depths of the ocean accessible to you. Explore the underwater life of Whales, and learn about their evolution over the Millennia.  Moreover, you can learn more about the Thames Whale discovery and rescue plus understand the way whales communicate and feel.

  1. Museum of London sleepover, with a twist

If you fancy doing a family activity for Halloween with your young ones, then maybe a night at the Museum of London will be exactly what you wanted.

Ideal for 7-11 year olds, this is a night of crime solving and adrenaline building as you and your family become Sherlock for a night.

 

Life is for making memories with the people you love. Why not make use of your Railcard to do so. It's why you brought one after all. 

 

 

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