Take to the water on a kayak, spot wildlife on a cycling adventure, discover salty sea creatures on a seashore safari and let your imagination run wild with a stick. Whether visiting during half-term, or at the weekend, there’s so much for the whole family to explore in the North East this spring.
The Dragon cycle trail at Wallington has been designed with beginners and little legs in mind. Explore the wider estate and the surrounding countryside on two wheels.
There is so much fun to be had with the humble stick. From building tiny mouse houses to creating huge dens, identifying trees and making stick art.
Whether you fancy getting adventurous on a kayak, or peacefully paddling a canoe with your family around Tumbleton Lake, there's watery fun for everyone to enjoy.
With extreme adventures for teens and watery wildlife tours for little ones there’s plenty to get the kids outdoors and active during May half term.
Burn off some energy crawling, jumping and climbing around our natural playscape, try your hand at geocaching or take part in free craft activities at Seaton Delaval Hall.
Tick off some of your 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾ and grab some binoculars to go bird watching or search for crazy creatures in a rock pool.