Day tripping



Furry friends

We’re so keen to make sure our little ones love nature - because if they’re going to join the fight against climate change we need them to know what they’re saving! So we spend as much time as possible in the company of our furry friends. Londoners are really lucky, as there are farms throughout the city that you can visit year round. If you’re in the country you probably don’t have to look as far to find four-legged-friends, but if you want to get closer then take little one to a petting farm for some cuddles. You can usually rely on a great café and a farm shop – so there’s something in it for you too!

Furry friends

We’re so keen to make sure our little ones love nature - because if they’re going to join the fight against climate change we need them to know what they’re saving! So we spend as much time as possible in the company of our furry friends. Londoners are really lucky, as there are farms throughout the city that you can visit year round. If you’re in the country you probably don’t have to look as far to find four-legged-friends, but if you want to get closer then take little one to a petting farm for some cuddles. You can usually rely on a great café and a farm shop – so there’s something in it for you too!

Meet me at the museum  

Not all museums are the ideal place for toddlers… But there are some absolute gems that are built for babies – the V&A Museum of Childhood is full of sensory play, peppered with some beautiful exhibits so there’s something for the adults too. The Museum of London Docklands has a brilliant soft play area, Eureka in Halifax is the best place to spend a day no matter your age, Glasgow Science Museum, The World Museum in Liverpool…

We could go on. Not only are they engaging for children, but you might learn something too! Plus (and we promise it’s not all we care about) the cafés are usually great and child friendly. 



Meet me at the museum  

Not all museums are the ideal place for toddlers… But there are some absolute gems that are built for babies – the V&A Museum of Childhood is full of sensory play, peppered with some beautiful exhibits so there’s something for the adults too. The Museum of London Docklands has a brilliant soft play area, Eureka in Halifax is the best place to spend a day no matter your age, Glasgow Science Museum, The World Museum in Liverpool…

We could go on. Not only are they engaging for children, but you might learn something too! Plus (and we promise it’s not all we care about) the cafés are usually great and child friendly. 




Swedish Delight    

Don’t hate us. It’s a divisive suggestion, we know, but IKEA is a dream for toddlers. It’s the marmite of shops – but during the week there’s free coffee for adults, affordable lunches for little one (with some great new veggie options) and there’s SO MUCH to play with. Just try not to come home with more than you can fit in the buggy… 

Swedish Delight    

Don’t hate us. It’s a divisive suggestion, we know, but IKEA is a dream for toddlers. It’s the marmite of shops – but during the week there’s free coffee for adults, affordable lunches for little one (with some great new veggie options) and there’s SO MUCH to play with. Just try not to come home with more than you can fit in the buggy… 

Don't forget to tag us in your adventures (@bundleebaby) - we love to see what you get up to!