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Things to do in Orlando with a family: Madame Tussauds
I don’t think somewhere like Madame Tussauds is the obvious choice during a visit to Orlando, but really, that’s what makes it quite nice. Orlando has way more to offer than just Disney, and that includes all the places on International Drive.
Things to do in Orlando with a family: Orlando Tree Trek
If you are looking for something a bit more physically challenging to do in Orlando, which still has the ‘thrill factor’, you could try out Orlando Tree Trek. Pretend like…
Adventures of the Micro Trike
We’ve been buying Micro Scooters products for nine years now. If anyone ever asks me to recommend a brand of scooter or helmet for that matter I tell them I’d never buy anything other than Micro Scooters. Now they do a trike too!
Things to do in Orlando with a family: Medieval Times Dinner Show
Orlando is rammed with places to eat. You can pretty much find any type of food in all the restaurants there, and you don’t have to move very far to find something. You certainly won’t be searching for somewhere to eat – more like trying to decide where to try next!
THOMAS & FRIENDS™ BIG WORLD! BIG ADVENTURES! THE MOVIE
THOMAS & FRIENDS™: BIG WORLD! BIG ADVENTURES! THE MOVIE WILL BE RELEASED IN OVER 400 CINEMAS ACROSS THE UK & IRELAND FROM FRIDAY, 20TH JULY
Promoting physical fitness for 2-5 year olds
The Youth Sport Trust has joined up with eOne’s PJ Masks to help children in the UK grow up healthy, happy and strong by taking part in fun daily activities that will develop balance, agility and co-ordination.
Things to do in the Albert Dock this summer
New for this year is The Adventure Dock. The Adventure Dock Co is Liverpool’s newest waterfront attraction, which launched in May. With jumps, slides and plenty of water based fun, the Adventure Dock is the place to be this summer.
Rebekah Vardy toddles with the Teletubbies at Dudley Zoo to raise vital funds for thousands of vulnerable children
New Barnardo’s ambassador Rebekah Vardy joined forces with the Teletubbies at the Barnardo’s Big Toddle to raise money to support vulnerable children. Why not arrange a Big Toddle of your own?