Beamish Hall’s Adventure Woodland

We decided to pop into Beamish Hall before Beamish Museum this morning to check out the Adventure Woodland. This place is great and it’s one of those rare free to enter locations too!

We parked up in the large car park and headed up along the path towards the garden centre and quickly noticed to left a large play area which the girls raced towards. The fencing to this is has a huge sign directing us along to the rest of the Adventure Woodland, after a good play in this area we headed along the path, we got to watch a few children enjoying Beamish Wild high ropes and treetop fun on the way.

Beamish Hall can be found at – Coppy Ln, Beamish, Stanley DH9 0YB

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My two girls loved the mud kitchen and the giant swing. It’s not huge here but it’s still a great place for the kids to have fun and explore. The girls spent a long time in the kitchen.

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Children can crawl along inside the huge caterpillar, jump on the sunken trampoline, hide in the wooden teepees or create a magical potion in the amazing wooden mud kitchen.

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With such magical areas to explore such as Alice’s Tree (this was definitely my favourite part!), your children will love a visit here to let their imaginations run wild. All the additional little touches with the signage and decor really makes this place. 

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After we had finished here we decided to call into the little garden centre too, well wow, what a little hidden gem too especially the fairy garden! Willow is keen to go back and make a few purchases for her fairy garden at home.  We enjoyed an ice lolly from here and watching the fish in the lovely big pond. 

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I had packed us some lunch but noticed The Stables looked like a popular choice for many. he menu can be found here. Definitely somewhere we will have to visit soon.

 

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