May half-term is most definitely the best one. Summer can almost be smelled and there are more outdoor and indoor cultural shenanigans than you can shake a stick at. Whether you are lucky (or unlucky depending which way you look at it) enough to have one week or two, we have scoured the north for our round up of the very best things to do with smaller people.
Here are our picks
The Sleep Walk at Little Moreton Hall, 28 April–27 September 2017, from £5.00 - Visit now
Adventure through a night of napping Tudor style – experience installations in the house and gardens exploring the “golden age” of sleep quality including why sleeping twice was better than once. Where can we sign up to be a Tudor?
Visit this brand new exhibition of artist reflections on childhood experiences including the work of Tracey Emin, Grayson Perry and Bedwyr Williams then run free together in the 500 acres of glorious parkland
People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3ER - Visit now
There is always something stimulating and creative for big and little kids alike at this national museum of democracy. It’s never to early to learn about past struggles and that ‘there have always been ideas worth fighting for’.