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Mummy Travels

MummyTravels
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London, United KingdomJoined in Jul 2018
Award-winning family travel blogger globetrotting with my daughter, often travelling solo with her. Serious beach habit. Never without snacks.
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Oct 2020
Where else can you climb inside a giant guitar, watch Uptown Funk being played by flames, pit yourself against gravity, discover the first man to wee on the moon… let’s start my Winchester Science Centre review by saying there’s nowhere quite like this day out in Hampshire.
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Oct 2020
She sells sea shells on the sea shore – and if you’re visiting Dorset with kids 200 years on, you can still walk on that very beach and search for the sea’s treasures yourself, along with a string of other family days out in Dorset
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Oct 2020
As we gazed into the phone, our view of the sea vanished, to be replaced by a grazing mammoth sauntering across the grassland – augmented reality rather than actual, but exploring the Deep History Coast in Norfolk was proving full of surprises.
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Sep 2020
London’s history is intertwined with its river – even today, the Thames is the true heart of the city. So a trip to the Museum of London Docklands with kids is the perfect way to discover this side of the capital.
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Aug 2020
There’s something endlessly fascinating about Stonehenge – drawing visitors from around the world, and causing everyone on the A303 to slow down and stare as they drive by. And with the promise of smaller crowds and more chance to appreciate the stones, I was interested to see what a visit to Stonehenge after lockdown would be like.
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Jul 2020
In the 952 years since William the Conqueror had the first fortress built at Warwick, the castle has hosted royalty, imprisoned one king, and survived ruin – but I wondered how it would cope with a pandemic, as I headed back to Warwick Castle, reopened after lockdown.
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Jul 2020
As lockdown relaxes and family attractions start to reopen, there’s no denying that a trip to the capital is still going to feel very different. But there are still so many things to do in London with kids this summer, that whether you live nearby or are planning to visit, you’ll still find plenty to entertain.
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Jun 2020
With its huge sweeping grounds, Cliveden is ideal for a post-lockdown day out. Tthere are several gardens, plus woodland, and the estate stretches down to the river if you’re feeling energetic, so we wouldn’t quickly run out of space to explore – and while all National Trust houses are currently closed, Cliveden house is now a hotel so is usually off-limits regardless. Here's the reality of visiting Cliveden after lockdown
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