Knit, weave and meet some woolly friends at Swanley Grange. Kids can also make a medieval style candle holder or a lantern in the craft workshop. Call into the play area on your way home, it's right next to Swanley on the path back to the visitor centre.
Roll up your sleeves and help to plant willow. We'll then weave it into an igloo-shaped den in time for the summer. Kids can also make a bird feeder for the garden and get busy baking cakes in the mud pie kitchen.
Enjoy all things owl related at Beningbrough during the school holidays. Pick up an owl mask trail when you arrive and set off in search of owls in the garden - the sculpture variety - but if you're lucky, you might spot a real one in the trees. You can also craft an origami owl in the hayloft - it's trickier than it looks.
Bring your bike and take a ride through Joiner's Wood on our purpose built cycle trail. Ride around the trees, past the lake and out into the parkland. We're sure you won't get tired, but if you fancy a break, come and make a den in the woods .
Would you rather polish dirty boots or empty a chamber pot? These are just some of the jobs a Victorian child would have done at Ormesby Hall. Discover what life would have been like back then and have some fun along the way.
Have a scramble over the rocks and see if you can find a giant salamander's footprint. It was left in the rocks over 320 million years ago and is one of many fantastic features to find at this natural play area.