How To Share The Love With Your Family This Valentine’s Day | Kidadl


How To Share The Love With Your Family This Valentine’s Day

Roses are red, violets are blue, we’ve got the best family days out, all tailored for you! Valentine’s Day is all about sharing the love and we’re here to give you our top 7 activities that all families can enjoy together, regardless of age and interests. Check them out down below and remember, all you need is love (and great family fun!)

1. Enjoy 25% off B Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

Take a ride on a brilliant B Bakery bus and enjoy a classic afternoon tea experience at 25% off when you book through Kidadl. Head out on a London tour like no other and relish the city's culture, landmarks and history on a vintage Routemaster double-decker bus, all while indulging in an exquisite array of delightful drinks, sandwiches, pastries and cakes.

2. Grab a tasty 22% off the Chocolatier Workshop at Dr Choc's Chocolate Factory

Channel your inner Willy Wonka and head to Dr Choc's Chocolate Factory in Windsor and get 22% off when you book through Kidadl! Let your imagination run wild as you become a chocolatier and create your own tasty treats to bring home. Grown-ups and kids alike will love learning about the art of making chocolate, coming up with their own chocolatey concoctions, and of course, tasting all their creations!

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3. Catch School of Rock on the West End

A musical about kids, made for kids, and there's no way you want to miss it on the stage! Based on the beloved film, School of Rock brings one of your kid’s favourite stories from the screen to the stage. All the family will be moved by this musical treat; catchy songs and a wonderful, kid-relatable story make it perfect for a family evening. Plus, tickets start from just £17.25 with Kidadl!

4. It’s all kicking off at Wembley Stadium with Kidadl’s £50 family tour ticket

Hello Wembley! Kidadlers can get a family ticket for only £50 to this incredible behind-the-scenes, award-winning tour. Grab your tickets now and you'll be lucky enough to explore the recently added Crossbar Exhibition and Walk of Legends, which offer an exclusive look at Wembley’s rich history and culture. Relive some of England’s greatest moments and create amazing memories of your own at the most famous stadium in the world!

5. Get your hands messy with Pasta ‘n Play’s family workshop

If you're on the hunt for something different to do with your kids, look no further. Join this hands-on pasta making workshop led by Pasta 'n Play to learn how to make fresh pasta from scratch in a variety of shapes as a family. The best part? You'll be learning alongside the kids, which means you'll be picking up a new skill together and can recreate everything at home as a family.

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6. Have a blast at Splatmaster Paintballing in Greenwich

Get down to Bedlam Splatmaster Paintballing in Greenwich and experience a new, exciting adventure with your over 8s. Battle it out with opposing teams while using safer, low-impact paintballing equipment that's perfect for younger players in an activity that's guaranteed to be fun for everyone!

7. Get stuck into some serious family investigating at the Natural History Museum

It's your chance to be a scientist for the day! Head to the Investigation Centre at the Natural History Museum and get a peek into the world of nature in this explorational, educational session for kids.This free session is perfect for any science and nature lovers, and a great way to get immersed in the world of science!

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<p>As a passionate Londoner, Ellie enjoys exploring the city's theaters and food markets with her younger siblings. She has a Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Nottingham. She's particularly fond of Primrose Hill and the Natural History Museum, as well as the constantly changing Spitalfields Market. In addition to her love of theater, Ellie also enjoys trying new foods and dabbling in musical theater.</p>

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