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Here is the Berkshire Mummies August 2020 Bank Holiday What’s on Guide in Berkshire.
Dinton Pastures Outdoor Cinema – Toy Story 4, 29th August 2020, 6pm – 11pm, Dinton Activity Centre, £13.95 for adults, £8.95 for children. 4 or more tickets receive a 10% discount. Click here for more information.
Xplorer Dinosaur Trail, Herschel Park, Slough, 29th August 2020 – 30th August 2020. Click here for more information. Free of charge. Click here to read about how we got on when we tried out the trail.
*Dodgem Experience, Carter’s Steam Fair, Maidenhead. 29th August 2020 – 31st August 2020, 12noon – 8pm, pre-book online. £60 for 5 riders, which gives you private access to the dodgems for 30 minutes in your family bubble. Click here to find out more.
Visit Feather and Fur Falconry Centre where you can pop along for free (donations welcome) and you can have a look at the wonderful birds of prey. 10am – 4pm daily, Ladds Garden Centre Village, Reading, RG10 9SB. Click here for more information. The photo below was taken at Feather and Fur Falconry Centre.
MonsterHero Safari, The Lexicon, Bracknell. Until 5th September 2020. Find the 10 Monster Superheroes ‘hidden’ around The Lexicon. There is a nominal platform cost of £2 per family to take part, with donations going to NHS Charities Together. Click here to find out more about the event and how you sign up online.
Windsor Great Park Wildlife Trail, 29th August 2020 – 31st August 2020, 9am-5pm, starts from The Savill Building, £1.50 per trail, suitable for 6-11 years old. Trail time approx 1 hour in Windsor Great Park. Accessible for buggies and wheelchairs. Pre-booking not required unless you are also visiting the garden. Click here for more information.
Why not go Geocaching?
Bracknell Vegan Market, Sunday 30th August 2020, 11pm-5pm, Princess Square in Bracknell. Click here for more information.
Why not visit the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames and have a go at their trails too? Click here for more information about opening times and prices. Henley-on-Thames is great for a visit, have a read of blog post about our visit to Mill Meadows, which is next to the River and Rowing Museum and shares two great parks and riverside walk information.
Why not have a go at *Mini or Adventure Golf?
Did you know there are some permanent trails around Berkshire which you can do? Take a read to find out where they are here.
Why not go for a family walk, click here for 20+ family friendly walk ideas in Berkshire and the surrounding area. If you walk with a buggy have a look at this Buggy Friendly Walks in Berkshire blog post.
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Click here to view the Berkshire Mummies disclaimer. The information in this post is correct to the best of my knowledge when posted on 28th August 2020. Make sure you are following the Government Guidelines with regards to Covid-19. Do check that each event/activity/venues is still open and events / activities are on before travelling. Also check with each activity for Covid-19 procedures, prices and parking information.