Dog friendly days out West Midlands

As dog lovers, most of us want to take our canine companions with us on days out where possible. Luckily, there are lots of dog friendly days out in the West Midlands. Some only allow dogs outside, others welcome them indoors with open arms. This guide offers a lot of suggestions of things to do with your dog. As it covers the whole West Midlands region, I’ve split it up by district. If you’re looking for activities in a particular area, please click on one of the links below to take you to the relevant section. Herefordshire Shropshire Staffordshire Warwickshire…

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Rainy days out West Midlands

The West Midlands gets its fair share of rainy days. Whether you’re looking for a completely indoor attraction or somewhere with areas to escape inside, this guide will give you inspiration even when the weather doesn’t. I’ve divided it up into areas, so if you’re looking for a particular region, please click on the links below to take you to the relevant section. Herefordshire Shropshire Staffordshire Warwickshire West Midlands (county) Rainy days out in Herefordshire Family friendly activities for rainy days in Herefordshire are really varied. Completely indoor attractions include soft play and a butterfly farm. There are also a…

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Things to do West Midlands Easter holidays 2019

School Easter holidays are approaching, so it’s time for a list of things to do in the West Midlands. All events are family friendly and I advise checking the relevant website for dates, times and changes to their schedule before visiting. Please let me know your favourite things to do in the West Midlands during the Easter holidays if they’re not on my list! Alton Towers, Staffordshire Alton Towers don’t appear to have a particular event planned for Easter. However, Wicker Man and all their classic big rides are waiting to welcome thrill seekers, as well as cBeebies Land for…

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Croft Castle National Trust dog friendly family day out

Croft Castle is a lovely National Trust property in Herefordshire. It’s a great family day out with plenty of places to explore, fun playgrounds and cosy, warm tearoom. The parkland and gardens are dog friendly, as is a section of the tearoom. Dogs aren’t allowed inside the buildings.  About Croft Castle  Croft Castle has belonged to the Croft family for 1000 years. In 1957 they began working with the National Trust to preserve the building and its grounds for future visitors.  These days, you can go inside the castle itself to have a look around and discover what life was…

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Things to do West Midlands February half term 2019

If you’re looking for things to do in the West Midlands during February half term, this list should give you plenty of inspiration. Not all local attractions are open in the Winter months, but these fantastic destinations have prepared lots of exciting events to keep families entertained during the school holidays. All Things Wild – Worcestershire It’s holiday club time at All Things Wild this half term from 18th to 22nd February. Aimed at 4 to 12 year olds, the Wild Explorers club runs from 9am to 3pm and includes lunch, drinks and snacks. Children will enjoy animal and reptile encounters…

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