5 FREE INDOOR PLACES TO VISIT WITH KIDS NEAR HERTS & ESSEX

The Easter Holidays can be an expensive time for parents. Purse strings can be quite tight and the weather has been wet and cold at best! With that in mind I have a created a this post to help you find some fun & FREE local family days out for the weekend and the following week. Beat the Easter holidays rain with some of these amazing family adventures!  I hope this little guide helps you find somewhere dry and fun to go!

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FREE INDOOR PLACES TO VISIT

The RAF Museum Hendon

RAF Museum London, Grahame Park Way, London, NW9 5LL

There is a large variety of aircraft and displays at the RAF Museum.   There are over 70 aircraft on display.   A full site visit which takes in the Wartime Hangars and the National Cold War Exhibition can take up to 4 hours.  There is also a lovely restaurant on site.  The RAF Museum is one of our favourite indoor days out – we usually download the FREE Autism friendly Trail before we go as it makes the visit a little competitive and extra fun!

Natural History Museum of Tring

Akeman Street, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 6AP

The museum has 6 Galleries of zoological collections – originally belonging to collector Walter Rothschild.Discover animal specimens from all over the world here, from tiny beetles to huge bears.

Chelmsford Museum

Oaklands Park, Moulsham Street, Chelmsford, CM2 9AQ

Chelmsford Museum and The Essex Regiment Museum displays a collection of local history and tells the proud story of the county infantry regiment.

Essex Police Museum

Headquarters, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6DA

A history of policing in Essex from Victorian Times through to Modern Day.

FREE SPECIAL EVENT:

St Albans South Signal Box

5 Ridgmont Rd, St Albans, AL1 3AG

April 8th Only   

Come and enjoy a great day out at this historic signal box in St Albans. A free-entry attraction for kids, families and railway enthusiasts of all ages.

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  1. 7th April 2018 / 10:58 am

    Sounds like a roadtrip for my family! Thanks

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