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Outdoor Christmas Trails
FREE Winter Fairy Trail
There's magic and wonder in the air at a number of parks across the West Midlands including Silver Jubilee Park in Dudley, Walsall Arboretum and Sandwell Valley Park. The winter fairies have arrived for a new winter themed trail. Using your mobile phone you can have socially distanced outdoor fun searching for winter fairies so get the kids wrapped up warm and see if you can find the enchanted characters. Download the FREE Love exploring app and let the fairytale begin!
FREE Who stole the lucky Sixpence trail
From 19th December 2020 to 4th January 2001 at Kingsbury Water Park & Ryton Pools Country Park there will be a free Christmas trail.
You can print your Christmas trail before you arrive. Simply print the trail sheet from the Kingsbury Water Park Facebook page If you don’t have access to a printer - A limited number of pre printed trails will be available from wall dispensers with hand sanitizers situated next to them near the Visitor Centres at Kingsbury and Ryton Pools.
Christmas trail at Parkridge
The Parkridge Christmas Trail is open during nature reserve opening hours (9AM – 3PM) daily until Christmas Eve. Last maps are sold at 2:30PM daily; as the trail takes about 30 minutes to complete. No need to book just turn up.
Maps purchased from the café counter. One map per child (£3.50 each). This includes a small Christmas present per child.
The café is takeaway only – closes at 3:30PM daily
Sorry, but toilets & baby changing facilities are currently unavailable to visitors; as per our COVID-19 Risk Assessment. This is to keep visitors and staff safe. For more information follow the link.
FREE Christmas Art Trail
There are presents hidden around Sandwell Valley Country Park! Each presents links to a pantomime but can you work out which one? Scan the QR to check your answers!
The Christmas Art Trail will be in place until Tuesday 22nd December. For more information follow the link.
FREE Winter Wonders Trail
Winter Wonders is a map based trail across the Southside of Birmingham City Centre, created by the people of Birmingham for the most important people of our city - the little ones.
To follow your family's own adventure, download a copy of the map from www.winterwonders2020.com, and seek out the Wonders.
Each space is marked out with an icon, be it a cracker or a candy cane.
For an extra fun game, see if you can find the icon the scene is labelled with, in the scene itself!
Open from 2 - 8pm everyday, until 2nd January 2020.
Peter Rabbit Trail at the National Trust
The National Trust have created Peter Rabbit winter adventure activity trails for the whole family to get closer to nature and help out your favourite Beatrix Potter characters. Peter's lost his buttons, Benjamin Bunny's turnips have rolled away and Jemima Puddleduck needs help building her nest.
These trails will be happening throughout December and January. To find your closest one follow the link.