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“Kensington Gardens is home to the bronze statue of the boy who never grew up, ‘blowing his pipe on the stump of a tree with fairies and mice, squirrels and rabbits all around’.

The location was chosen by Barrie, near the Long Water Lake, on the spot where he lands after flying out of the nursery.” The gardens lead into Hyde Park.

So they too can learn the joys of getting stuck in.

And likely come away absolutely stuffed with food, bearing multiple bags of their creations.”RSPB Minsmere“The RSPB reserve at Minsmere, in Suffolk, is one of the most impressive bird-watching centres in the UK, with woodland, wetland and coastal scenery,” says Richard. English Heritage Days“English Heritage events are brilliant,” says Kate.

Tarka Trail“The 30-mile Tarka Trail along the old railways of North Devon, is a great place for a family bike ride (particularly the six-mile flat, off-road section from Braunton to Barnstaple),” says Richard.

“Stop at the excellent Yarde Café for home-made cakes and pies.”Troll hunting“The Isle of Wight feels like a step back to simpler times,” says Kate.

Tree Surfers“Treesurfers is more demanding than Go Ape,” says Kate.

“And it’s set in the most fabulous surroundings in Devon’s Tamar Valley.” This 50-foot-high treetops ropes course takes two to three hours.Richard Hammond is founder of uk and The Little Green Traveller Maria Pieri is editor of the family section of ‘National Geographic Traveller’.uk/family Kate Calvert is author of Footprint’s ‘Travel with kids’ travel guides, and founder of uk Peter Pan, Kensington Gardens“We love the setting of author JM Barrie’s Peter Pan,” says Maria.“The paths on the island are steep, cobbled and uneven – so be prepared to carry any small children – but the cake and hot chocolate are a just reward before walking back across to Marazion via the causeway.”Wookey Hole“The beautifully lit spot will keep children entertained for hours,” Richard says.“There’s the Witch of Wookey stalagmite, life-size dinosaurs and a fairy garden; you can even produce your own paper at the 18th-century paper mill.”Tintagel“Birthplace of King Arthur and home of Merlin the Magician: Tintagel is the stuff of legends… “The castle is joined to the mainland by a narrow neck of land, and has spectacular views of the English coastline.Plus: a performance from the National Youth Orchestra; the debut theatre adaptation of hit children’s book, The Queen’s Knickers; yoga and street dance classes; the Red House Children’s Book Award; and appearances from authors David Walliams, Simon Mayo and Cressida Cowell.

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