Here at STAG Mumbler, we are always keen to hear your recommendations for great days out. From soft play centres to the great outdoors, from woodland walks to farms, we want to hear about them all. If you have any to recommend, simply drop us an email telling us all about them at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our first tip is to try and add some variety to your walking route so you are not doing the same old circuit again and again. If possible try and change your route as much as you can to try and see new things. Play some of the games below whilst walking along or have an I spy list so you have something to look out for. That always seems to make sure little legs don’t get as tired.
Please put safety first on your family walks and keep at least 2 metres apart from other people when you are out at all times. Full safety advice and Government guidelines are shown at the end of this post or you can click here to read.
Please take time to read and follow the guidelines to keep your family and everyone else safe.
This idea is pretty similar to how you might pass time on a long car journey. Try and think of different games you can play together whilst walking along. Here are a few suggestions:
Make up your own simple ‘I spy’ lists to take out on your walk and tick off. You can do a new list each time you go out. You can include anything from road signs to nature! We’ve listed some ideas below:
If you have a magnifying glass, why keep your eyes on the ground and go looking for some bugs in your street. Just remember not to touch or pick anything up. Just look at the insects if you are out in public. If you want to do some real bug hunting, and if you have a garden, then that is the safest place for a full bug hunt.
Letting your child take some photos can add some variety to your daily walk and they will probably love being in charge of the camera. Try writing a list before you go out of things to photograph. It’s also a good way to ‘collect’ the items on your ‘I spy’ lists.
You could set a theme for the photos you take on your walk and print them off when you get home to turn into a collage.
Of course, you also get to enjoy ‘editing’ 3 million photos from your camera/phone when you get home. 😂
Ok, so it’s not going to be as fun as a trip to the park, but why not try balancing on any lines you see, not standing on the cracks or jumping over any covers in the pavements. Please engage in this activity responsibly, and remember to keep at least 2 metres apart from others not in your family at all times.
As a lot of us are simply walking around our local neighbourhoods at the moment there are probably plenty of road and street signs to see. Ask your child to read the signs or ask them what they think they mean.
You could design your own trail for your children around your local streets. Decide on a simple circular route and write down basic directions and clues for them to solve. The clues can be based on street signs, road signs or shop names, even manhole covers – there are plenty of words out there when you start looking. The answer to the clue should reveal one letter and then all the answers (letters) make up an anagram your child needs to work out at the end.
Why not try to beat your previous day’s step count…another lap around the block anyone? 😂
Or you could do the same walk a few times and see if you can beat your time! Might get everyone moving along to try and shave a few seconds off your personal best!
Give your child a map (either print off a map of your local area or use your phone). You can teach your child how to read the map, identify north and south, and try to navigate. Maybe you can encourage your child to plan a route or draw a map of your route before you head out.
You could also use a mapping app on your phone and show your child how to use it.
With special thanks to our lovely sister site, York Mumbler for this super blog.
Creepy Crawlies is the huge indoor play area with lots of activities including huge slides and climbing. There are separate Play Zones incorporating baby and toddler areas, a sensory baby area, sports arena, disco area, ball canons and a huge play frame for over 5s. We have a wonderful role play village “Bugginton” with a shop, cottage, a vets and a DIY store and a Crafty Corner for children who feel creative. Term time, midweek activities for babies and toddlers, such as crafts, sensory play and music and movement all included in the off-peak admission!
Outdoors there a large park to explore which includes a mini beach, water play area, ride-ons (including pedal tractors), den building zone, tractor area, jungle bridge, wacky swings, quad bikes, go carts and more.
Our Animal Zone houses friendly chipmunks, rabbits, ponies, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, pigs and chickens. For older children and adults we have two large high ropes courses – Wired!
We have plenty of seating indoors and out and a café which serves scrumptious homemade, freshly prepared dishes! Ample parking on site.
The Web Adventure Park, Wigginton Road, York, YO32 2RH
Within historic woodland along the River Nidd is Mother Shipton’s Cave, the birthplace of Yorkshire’s famous prophetess. It is situated next to the Petrifying Well, England’s oldest visitor attraction. The attraction tells the story of Mother Shipton and the water which turns objects to stone.
The park is a unique, unspoilt remnant of the Royal Forest of Knaresborough. During a visit it is an old tradition to make a wish. The Wishing Well is fed by the same magical waters as the Petrifying Well and has been wished upon for over 300 years. Many visitors have been in touch to tell us their wishes have come true!
The park has several scenic picnic areas, a coffee and ice cream kiosk, an adventure playground and museum and gift shop. Dogs are welcome in all areas, apart from the playground.
Themed events run during school holidays. For more information about family events visit our website.
Please check the website for up-to-date opening times and any unforeseen park closures. Open weekends in March and daily from 29th March – 31st October 2021.
Swimming pools and a top-of-the-range gym with everything you need to get fit, tone up and feel fantastic. Dozens of exercise classes every week. Dedicated indoor cycling studio. Relaxation suite.
And as a member, you get it all for one low monthly price.
You can book all your classes online.
Scott Rd, Selby YO8 4BL
T: 01757 213758
In the heart of Yorkshire is Stockeld Park, a place where magic is made and adventures begin! Nestled in a woodland within 30 minutes of Leeds, York & Harrogate, Stockeld Park is the home of adventures and original family fun!
Stockeld Park is open every school holiday, and most weekends throughout the warmer months, and offers wonderful family days out across different adventure seasons, with different themes and events throughout the year.
Step into the magical world of the Enchanted Forest where every path leads to a different adventure. The forest contains interactive play that encourages the imaginations of all, as well as five large Adventure Playgrounds that have something for everyone from small children to the grandparents!
In addition to the adventure playgrounds, Stockeld Park is also home to an impressive giant yew tree maze! Climb the castle viewing tower to look out over the tops of the trees or cross bridges and discover playful surprises, musical instruments and some unexpected obstacles!
Along with all these exciting activities, there are also different seasonal activities such as jumping pillows, indoor inflatables, pedal go-karts and the Laser Adventure. The Laser Adventure is also available to hire exclusively for birthday parties, with a range of party packages on offer!
Stockeld Park has a large café, outdoor food outlets and picnic area. There is also an amazing gift shop where you can buy different, seasonal goodies throughout the year!
For the full details on our events, prices and opening times please visit www.stockeldpark.co.uk
Some activities and aspects of the park may change at short notice, to stay in line with Government guidance and COVID restrictions. All details will be kept up to date on our website.
Stockeld Park, off the A661 Wetherby Road, Yorkshire, LS22 4AN.
Fitness centre offering exercise, pilates and spinning classes, a gym and a multi-use sports hall.
You can book all your classes online.
Station Rd, Tadcaster, LS24 9JE
T: 01937 834375
‘My daughter and I also had a brill time at a party, recently held at Tadcaster Swimming Pool. Lots of fun.’
HB, Jan 18
‘Wonderfully maintained beautiful pool with fabulous staff.’
RP, Nov 19
‘My son has had some 1 to 1 lessons with Lauren in the holidays she has been amazing with him. Really patient and she has helped him so much.’
AM, April 19
T: 01937 833001
32 Westgate, Tadcaster, LS24 9AB
‘Allerthorpe Lake is set in 53 acres of grounds and lakes. We offer a variety of watersports as well as a campsite, and Lakeside cafe.’ AL, Aug 20
Melbourne Road, Allerthorpe, Pocklington, YO42 4RL
T: 01759 301444
A beautiful walk all year round with all kinds of wildlife to observe. A number of different events taking place each year, which in the past have included scavenger hunts for the family, guided butterfly walks and magical woodland trails.
Barlow Common Rd, Selby, YO8 8JF
Meet our friendly animals, walk around the grounds and play to your heart’s content on the play area and bouncy castle while the grown-ups relax in beautiful surroundings with coffee and delicious homemade cake.
Moor Ln, Murton, York, YO19 5XD
T: 01904 488796
‘Not only do you get a glorious garden, but also a grand country house.’ NT
Now dog friendly.
Near York, North Yorkshire, YO30 1DD
T: 01904 472027
Parlour, Diner, Play! Billy-Bob’s Parlour combines an awesome ice cream parlour with a 1950’s American diner and amazing play adventures, amidst the beautiful rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales. You’ve got to see it to believe it – open the doors of our Cape Cod style parlour & diner and you’ll enter a nostalgic journey of all things 1950’s America.
Calm Slate Farm, Halton East, Bolton Abbey, BD23 6EU
T: 01756 711826
Birchfield Ice Cream Farm makes the most yummy ice cream on the farm and sells it in our own ice cream parlour. We also run events on the farm.
Oakmount, Harrogate, HG3 4JS
T: 01423 781792
Bishop Wood is a large, peaceful wood a few minutes’ drive from Selby, North Yorkshire, Sherburn in Elmet and South Milford. There is free parking and the main paths are wide and flat. Some were a bit muddy but otherwise it is gentle terrain for disabled people or those wanting a relaxing walk. Would be good for cyclists.
‘We are a working Beef Cattle and Sheep farm on the southern edge of the National Trust Brimham Rocks site just 20 minutes from Harrogate centre, 35 minutes from Skipton, 50 minutes from Leeds and 45 minutes from York. We have a great indoor play area, a small animals barn, outdoor play & seating areas along with a small cafe area with lots of locally sourced home cooked goodies.’ – BRAF, Aug 18
Fiddlers Green, Harrogate, HG3 3HB
T: 01423 779759
‘Whales, Wonders & Wildlife – there’s so much to discover inside and out! Home to the Constable family for over 700 years, Burton Constable is one of the most fascinating English country houses to survive with its historic collections.’ – BC, Aug 18
A great day out for all the family – includes onsite tearoom and gift shop and baby changing facilities.
Burton Constable, Skirlaugh, East Yorkshire, HU11 4LN
T: 01904 562400
Camp Hill Estate, Kirklington, Bedale, North Yorkshire, DL8 2LS
T: 01845 567788
‘One of Britain’s finest historic houses and home .’ – CH, Aug 18
Offer: Book online and save
Castle Howard, York, YO60 7DA
T: 01653 648333
From Toddlers to School Groups, Kids to Adults, Special Needs and Corporate Groups – Clip’n Climb Garforth has healthy and fun activities for all.
Unit 2A1 Aberford Road, Garforth, LS25 2EB
T: 0113 4572699
Selby Park is now home to a brand new Community Cycle Hub – a focal point for a broad range of cycling activity, from informal support and advice to led rides, cycle training and supervised activities.
The Hub aims to get more people in the district riding their bike. There will be guided rides, training and volunteering opportunities, bike ability and bike maintenance sessions to look forward to throughout the year.
‘Play area fitted with the latest play equipment designed to cater for children from 0 – 13 year old
4 Lane Astra Slide, twisting spiral slide, multi sports area, basket ball nets, soft ball cannons, ball pools. Separate toddler area for the under 4’s. Café serving food, plus a comfortable seating area.’ CT, Aug 20
650, Thorp Arch Trading Estate, Wetherby, LS23 7FJ
T: 01937 541007
‘Buckets of fun for everyone! The only place where children and adults can ride and drive real diggers and so much more!’ – D, Aug 18
Willowbridge Lane, Whitwood, West Yorkshire, WF10 5NW
T: 01634 711711
‘Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and the Front Line during WWII. Housed in the buildings and grounds of an original WWII Prisoner of War Camp.’ – EC, Aug 18
Malton, North Yorkshire,YO17 6RT
T: 01653 697777
Our flagship location in Selby offers friends and family some of the most exciting and immersive things to do in Yorkshire today. Nested in the heart of Selby, near the Abbey, we offer escape rooms, one of the top restaurants in Selby and a Steampunk themed bar offering drinks for every taste and a superb cocktail menu
An extraordinary family day out for children aged 0 to 11. Hundreds of hands on exhibits. Lots of specially trained staff to help you get the most out of your visit. Six unique zones each with a different theme to explore. Play once and play free all year!’ E
Discovery Road, Halifax, HX1 2NE
T: 01422 330069
Kirby Misperton, Malton, YO17 6UX
T: 0800 4088840
Tupgill Park Estate,Coverham,Middleham,Leyburn,North Yorkshire, DL8 4TJ
T: 01969 640638
‘Family home and garden on the edge of York. Wandering around the Arts and Crafts house, you’ll discover family stories and chocolate history – this was the home of the Terry family.’ NT
27 Tadcaster Rd, Dringhouses, York, YO24 1GG
T: 01904 771930
‘From the creators of Jorvil Viking Centre comes a hands-on archaeological adventure giving kids the chance to become trainee diggers and discover the most exciting artefacts from 2000 years of history.’ – YD, Aug 18
Access: Wheelchair access to all areas and facilities and baby changing facilities
Offer: Pay once and visit for a whole year and Under 5’s free
DIG, St Saviour’s Church, St Saviourgate, York, Yo1 8NN
T: 01904 615505
‘Take an epic journey back through 150 million years of Yorkshire to discover lost giants and the changing worlds they inhabited in this brand new major exhibition. From the depths of the deepest seas to the ancient coasts and tropical shallows; meet the dinosaurs and sea dragons that once roamed our vast and ever-changing landscapes.’ – YM, Aug 18
Offer: Kids under 16 go free with a paying adult
Access: Fully accessible to wheelchair users except for the library and reading room.
Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, York, YO1 7FR
T: 01904 687687
‘Whatever the weather you can guarantee a great day out. Step back in time and enjoy a journey of nostalgia while you simply sit back and relax on the five mile branch line.’ – K&WVR, Aug 18
Railway Station, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8NJ
T: 01535 645214
‘Lightwater Valley is set in over 175 acres of beautiful Yorkshire countryside, with rides, attractions and entertainment for a great family day out. Thrill rides, family fun, animal encounters’ – LV, Aug 18
Lightwater Valley Theme Park, North Stainley, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 3HT
T: 01765 635321
Family run purpose built farm which was home to the Monks, now a great day out for everyone. Bootle feed calfs – unusual breeds – friendly animals – playgrounds – tearoom – gift shop – pet lamb feeding
Green Lane, Bagby, Moor Lane, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 2AG
T: 01845 597730
‘It’s more than just a museum. What will you discover? Children’s playground, nature trail, picnic area, free parking, shop and refreshments, baby changing facilities. Under 3s free.’ MP
Murton Park, Murton Lane, Murton, York, YO19 5UF
T: 01904 489966
Why not enjoy a beautiful stroll along the river? You can even stop off and enjoy the culinary delights of York Marina and their super cafe. There’s indoor and outdoor seating with beautiful views of the passing boats on the river.
Find out more here
‘Set in 10 acres of ancient woodland and rolling parkland. This is the largest collection of birds of prey in the north of England.’ – NCFBOP, Aug 18
Offer: Children under 4 free
Duncombe Park, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, YO62 5EB
‘A perfect place to meet up with friends or have some quality family time; discover, relax and smile all in the stunning setting of Newby Hall award winning gardens.’ NH, Aug 20
Skelton-on-Ure, Ripon, HG4 5AJ
T: 01423 322583
Normanby Hall is a stunning Regency mansion, set in an idyllic 300 acre estate in the heart of North Lincolnshire. Open to the public every day of the year, the park offers the perfect backdrop to your day out. There has never been a better time to visit, with the region’s first Go Ape, two new playground areas, new membership packages and a programme of events.
Normanby Hall Country Park, Normanby, North Lincolnshire, DN15 9HU
T: 01724 720588
‘Rock pools, rugged moorland and seaside villages. In the heart of the North York Moors, you’ll find the Bridestones, peculiar shaped rocks formed 150 million years ago. NB: Entry via Dalby Forest Drive, toll applies inc NT Members’ NT
Staindale, Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LR
T: 01723 870423
‘This extraordinarily shaped hill has got to be worth ‘conquering’ for views across North Yorkshire and Cleveland. You can explore heather moorland, bluebell woods and Roseberry Common.’ NT
Newton-under-Roseberry, North Yorkshire
T: 01723 870423
‘The NYMR is one of the worlds greatest heritage railway experiences with thrills and family fun at its heart. Railway conservations, run by volunteers, not for profit.’ NYMR, Aug 18
T: 01751 472508
‘A treasure house crafted by hand. This house, a work of art in itself, is full of art, furniture and fine interiors.’ NT
Doncaster Rd, near Wakefield, WF4 1QE
T: 01924 863892
‘Three Museums, One Great Day Out. Discover what life was like in the Victorian Workshouse, Prison and Police Museum and Liberty Courthouse. Find out why people ended up here and what happened to them.’ – RP, Aug 18
Offer: Under 5’s free
All three museums are just a short walk from each other in the centre of Ripon.
Workhouse Museum, Sharow View, Allhallowgate, Ripon, HG4 1LE
Courthouse Museums, Minster Road, Ripon, HG4 1QS
Prison and Police Museums, St Marygate, Ripon, HG4 1LX
T: 01765 690799
‘Nestled in the beautiful village of Hutton-le-Hole, in North York Moors National Park. RFM is Yorkshires leading open-air museum.’ – RFM, Aug 18
Offer: Pay once and visit for a whole year!
Hutton-le-hole, YO62 6UA
T: 01751 417367
‘Revel in the tranquility of the award-winning contemporary Walled Garden here at Scampston, designed by renowned Dutch Plantsman Piet Oudolf.’ – SH, Aug 18
T: 01944 759111
We are so lucky to have an abbey within our town. It’s packed full of history and opportunities to get involved with regular services and events.
If you fancy a nice canal walk, why not follow the 6 mile Selby Canal Walking Route. There’s canal, locks and tree lined footpaths.
Find out more here
Now, more than ever, is a time for local discovery and we’re very fortunate to live in a district that has a fascinating mix of bustling market towns and charming villages, with medieval history, stunning architecture and beautiful countryside.
To showcase the many places to experience and enjoy, three themed Selby District trails have been developed – aimed at encouraging residents and visitors to explore the district and experience must-see landmarks and attractions, whilst supporting local businesses. The trails can be enjoyed at leisure, by social or household bubbles, as and when appropriate.
The Three Themed Selby District Trails
The trails focus on landscape, green open spaces, heritage stories and family adventure.
The self-guided Selby District Trails will help you explore and discover all that the district has to offer, whether you’re new to the area, visiting, (re)discovering what’s on the doorstep.
1. Escape in your own backyard
If you’re looking for an hour’s escape, a slow Sunday jaunt or an adventure off the beaten track – Selby District is an outdoor wonderland.
It is filled with ancient woodlands, waterways, acres of lowland heath, nature reserves and a wealth of flora and fauna. This is complemented by quiet country lanes, historic market towns and wide–open spaces. Enjoy discovering what is on the doorstep with this wonderful mix of gardens, woods and nature reserves.
2. Discover your home’s history
Encompassing the historic market towns of Selby, Tadcaster and Sherburn in Elmet, Selby District is one of Yorkshire’s hidden gems. It is rich in history, overflowing with heritage and brimming with stories that bring our home to life. Explore breath-taking heritage, medieval history and beautiful countryside – and discover how it all began with this wonderful mix of attractions, churches, historic sites and battlegrounds.
3.Young – at the Heart of Yorkshire
From fruit picking and solving puzzles to escape, to gliding in unique thermals and learning how electricity is generated, there are many exciting and unique things to do as a family in our District. Spend some quality family time together – and enjoy discovering what’s on the doorstep with this wonderful mix of family days out, activities and things to do – come rain or shine!
The trails will be available as postcards and, when the time is right, they will be available to collect across the District, from information points, key attractions, shops and cafes. For the time being, they will be available to view and download via the Selby District Council website.
We are delighted to announce the opening of a new adventure playground, Skelf Island. Magically inhabited by the otherworldly Skelves, this new addition to the Yorkshire tourist attraction will enhance its family offer and encourage children to reconnect with nature.
Castle Howard, York, YO60 7DA
T: 01653 648333
‘Skipton Castle is one of the best preserved castles in England. It has a shop, tea room and is great for group bookings and school visits.’ SC, Aug 20
Skipton Castle, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1AW
T: 01756 792442
With Grandma Mumbler based here, we are regular visitors to Skipwith Common. It’s a beautiful woodland escape, with fabulous walks, lovely scenery and endless wildlife.
Find out more here
Sunnybank home to the Yorkshire Ice Cream Farm, we offer a fantastic range of Homemade Ice Cream, Cowshed Tearoom, Doggy Diner, Play Barn, Crazy Golf and Caravan Storage, Please note we are not a garden centre anymore we do not sell plants.
‘Swinton Bivouac is part of the 20,000 acre Swinton Estate and a rural experience for friends and family. Sited in a beautiful location, it is one of the most picturesque settings in the Yorkshire Dales.
As you walk through the woodland there are breath-taking views over the moorland and valley below.’ SB, Aug 20
Bivouac at Druid’s Temple, Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 4JZ
T: 01765 535020
‘The Bowes Museum is a hidden treasure, a jewel in the heart of beautiful Teesdale. The magnificent building stands proud in the historic market town of Barnard Castle housing internationally significant collections of fine and decorative arts. Purpose built in the 19th century by John and Joséphine Bowes, the Museum has a wonderful story to tell.’ BM, Aug 20
Barnard Castle, Co Durham, DL12 8NP
T: 01833 690606
‘Enjoy a fun-packed day out for the whole family at The Deep, Hull’s spectacular aquarium.’ – TD, Aug 18
Accessibility: Offers an accessible family day out for visitors with disabilities and additional needs.
Offer: Save 10% buying online and pay once and visit for a whole year!
Tower St, Hull, HU1 4DP
T: 01482 381000
‘Set up to ensure that birds of prey would survive to provide the public with a rare opportunity to see and enjoy these beautiful birds….Est for over 25 years as a popular visitor attraction.’ – TBOPC, Aug 18
Offer: Children under 3 years go free
Sion Hill Hall, Kirby Wiske, Thirsk, YO7 4EU
T: 01845 587522
A National Trust house, garden and cafe in the centre of York.
Minster Yard, York, YO1 7JL
T: 01904 624247
York Maze is home to Europe’s biggest Maize Maze and boasts over 20 rides, attractions and shows.
York Maze, Elvington Lane, York, YO19 5LT
T: 01904 607341
Why not take a bus into York and then enjoy a beautiful riverside walk? There are so many wonderful things to see, you could even tie it in with a walk of the famous City Walls.
More info here
We went swimming here today and had such a lovely time, the staff were very helpful and friendly, lovely warm pool for our youngest and a bigger pool for our eldest to practice her swimming. Nanny was able to watch us swim through the viewing glass in the cafe. Afterwards we finished off with coffee and snacks which were delicious, a lovely day out.’
MH, Aug 19
University of York, Campus East, Lakeside Way, Heslington, York, YO10 5FG
T: 01904 325751
‘A fully guided tour and three floors of interactive exploration take you on a journey through the city where chocolate made history.’ – YCS, Aug 18
Access: The attraction has ramps, a lift and written tracript and wheelchair accessible toilet.
King’s Sqaure, York, YO1 7LD (Top of the Shambles)
T: 01904 527723
‘Located on the site of former RAF Elvington, a World War 2 airfield used extensively by Allied bomber crews during the war, we are one of the largest independent aviation museums in the UK.’ – YAM, Aug 18
Offer: Free for under 5’s
Halifax Way, Elvington, York, YO41 4AQ
T: 01904 608595
‘ A varied coastal area with industrial archaeological sites, rare wildlife and cliff-top viewpoints.’ NT
Old Coastguard Station, Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire, YO22 4SJ
T: 01723 870423
‘These ancient woodlands, over 400 years old, have a maze of footpaths. In spring, you’ll find yourself walking through a carpet of bluebells.’ NT
Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4TJ
T: 01729 830416
‘The sweeping countryside above Malham Cove is rich in limestone pavements and flower-filled hay meadows, ideal for walking and cycling.’ NT
North Yorkshire, BD24 9PT
T: 01729 830416
Along the Upper Wharfe Valley, footpaths weave through hay meadows, drystone walls and riverside woodland.’ NT
North Yorkshire, BD23 5JA
T: 01729 830416
‘Lavender farm and gardens. Plant nursery. Gift Shop. EJ’s Tearoom. Deer Park. Play Area and much much more.’ – YL, Aug 18
Free admission during certain months – visit website for more information.
Terrington, York, YO60 6PB
T: 01653 648008
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