'When I climbed up and looked down, everyone else looked like mice they were so small. I liked the fact that you could hide and see the house from inside the tree.’ Jessica, age 8.
Brownsea Island is made for adventure, the free tree climbing trail is a great way to explore the island.
Dinefwr in Carmarthenshire, Wales is a National Nature Reserve, historic house and 18th-century landscape park, and home to some very climb-able trees.
Hatfield Forest is the best surviving example in Britain of an almost complete Royal Hunting Forest. Where better to find the perfect tree to climb?
Rowallane’s gardens are a mix of formal and informal spaces. Its trees range in ages, size and colour, and there are plenty of great climbing opportunities.
Speke is perfect for outdoor play and exploration, so why not tick off some of the 50 things to do before you're 11¾ list on your next visit? You’ll get a great view from the top of a tree.
If you've got a head for heights, a visit to Stourhead should be top of your list. You can reach the top of the tallest tree and watch the world go by.
There is something for everyone on Wallington's 13,000-acre Northumberland estate - including some fantastic trees to climb.
The great outdoors is full of amazing thing to do - try No.1 on our list of 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ - climb a tree.
What could be better than heading out as a family and exploring the countryside on two wheels? Our woods and parklands are perfect for little legs (and older ones too) to pedal around.
Dressing up is a fun way for children to get in touch with the past. We've picked our top places to try on costumes and play make believe.
This spring, challenge your kids to complete all seven of these seasonal activities. From racing snails, to bringing up butterflies, there’s a lot to discover in early spring.