Enjoy these National Trust days out in the West Midlands
National Trust days out can be great for the whole family and a wonderful way to make memories. There’s often lots to see, do and explore – from parklands to play areas and beautiful country houses.
If you’re looking for a family adventure or somewhere to visit while you’re on holiday, we hope some of these National Trust days out in the West Midlands will inspire you.
Attingham Park has plenty of parkland to run and play.
Michelle, from Mummy From The Heart, says: “The play field is just as it sounds, a massive fenced and gated area with swings, slides, climbing equipment, natural hills, a fort kind of area, concrete table tennis tables and loads more. It is perfect for imaginative play and there is so much there for the kids to do. We managed to bag a bench and table as there were quite a few dotted around for the adults but also lots of families had taken a large area with blankets and such on the floor for a fun picnic”
Read Michelle’s review of Attingham Park.
Charlecote Park has plenty for children to see indoors, including the working kitchen. Outside the landscaped parkland is the perfect place to picnic, explore and watch the fallow deer.
Holly, from Little Pickles Mom, says: “There’s something about a good walk in the fresh air, it’s so restorative! We laughed our way around”
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