Another guest post from Ali from Bunn the Baker.
That oh-so-daunting time of year is coming up again – February half term. You need to juggle all the kids’ requests with the limited post-Christmas funds and, if you’re not smart about it, you can end up making a mess of things.
BeWILDerwood is an amazing tree-house adventure situated in woodland near Wroxham. Public transport is available to get there and back, but driving is much easier if you can. Plan for a whole day there (they welcome picnics) and be prepared to get involved yourself. It’s certainly not one of those places where you’ll want to stand by and watch the kids having all the fun!
You’ll start off with a height check to determine how much to pay, followed by a short boat ride to get to the main part of the park. The path around the woods is dotted with amazing tree-houses, slides, zip-wires and swings suitable for the very youngest right up to the grand-parents. It was nice to see that there are also a few bits designed especially for wheelchair users too. There are story times and activities throughout the day and several cafés to get a hot cup of tea.
The park is open for February half term with special events taking place throughout the week. You can pre-book your tickets online and, if you live nearby, it really is worth getting an annual pass!