Top Family Days Out In July

A smashing selection of the best family-friendly events and attractions around the UK to help you make the most of this wonderful weather. And of course, you wouldn’t want to head out without a trusty Nappy Grab Bag (or three!). For your nearest stockist, click here.



National Parks Week


Monday 25 to Sunday 31 July 2016

The National Parks family’s annual celebration of everything that is unique and wonderful about Britain’s breathing spaces, with countless events on in each park throughout the week aimed specifically at children.



St Annes International Kite Festival

Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 July 2016

“Fabulous display kites take to the air on the beach adjacent to the pier. Plus lots of entertainment and activities including market stalls, face painting, and fairground rides.”



Sunderland International Airshow

Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 July

“Dazzling aerial acrobatics, classic aircraft, live music, fireworks and traditional seaside fun at Europe’s largest free airshow.”



Thinktank science museum

Sunday 31 July onwards

Interactive experiences for children of all ages (and adults too!)



Maze In Maize

Friday 22 July onwards

“One of the largest mazes in England. A living puzzle cut into a field of maize.”



Summer holiday activities

Monday 25 July onwards

“Enjoy the summer holidays at Cogges, where families with all ages can come to enjoy acres of open space and nature – perfect for picnics, den building, games and exploring. Open every day.”



Cannington Walled Gardens Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Saturday 23 July

“Children and teddy bears are invited to The Walled Gardens to enjoy a wonderful picnic amongst the summer splendour. Normal entry fees apply but children go free. Take your own picnic, or enjoy the Gardens’ Tea Room.”

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