May half-term at The Vyne
This May half-term at The Vyne, all ages can enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor adventures. Out in the fresh air, families can dive into Geocaching: The lost toys, the Victorian Children’s Trail and the Young Environmentalist Award. In the house, become a bug-crime detective on the Pesky pest trail or cast yourselves back into the 19th Century in Dress like a Victorian.
Key information for families
Toilets and baby changing
If you find yourself making a hasty dash, child in tow to the loo, you’ll find baby changing facilities and toilets in a block on the left, just after visitor reception, and also by our Brewhouse tea-room.
Access for pushchairs
You can get round the gardens on wide, hard gravel pathways. Do bear in mind that walkways through the woodland, wetland and parkland can be muddy. In some parts of the woodland, tree roots come across the path.
As the Brewhouse tearoom is rather snug, you’ll need to leave buggies and pushchairs outside.
In the house, we can provide slings so you can carry your child. Pushchairs need to be left outside and items are left at your own risk.
On dry sunny days, the best place to picnic is on our north lawn by the lake. We’ve also got benches between the north lawn and the bird hide, and dotted around the site.
Food for children
Our Brewhouse tea-room has childrens’ lunch boxes containing sandwiches, wraps, small vegetable bags, fruit, mini cheeses and cartons of drink.
If you need to warm up milk, a microwave is available in the ground floor seating area of the Brewhouse.
Adventurers under the age of 10 can explore the Hidden Realm behind the shop.
Although the house, shop, tea-room and children’s play areas are just for humans and guide dogs there are plenty of walks for you and your canine companion to do together.
So that everyone can enjoy their visit to The Vyne, we ask that you please keep your dog on the lead at all times and use the bins provided.
Useful to know
Ball games, Frisbees, scooters, bikes and drones
Unfortunately ball games, Frisbees, bikes, scooters and drones are not allowed on the estate. This is to prevent further damage to the house and grounds.