Your guide to family-friendly destinations around the globe
For those with children over fives and up to 15 years of age then the Kea Club offering all day ski and snowboard instruction for all ability levels. There is also a range of all day school holiday programmes to choose from and for adults and children aged 16 and 17 years, there are a range of options including group lessons, combo packages which include lift passes, rental equipment and group lessons, or families can opt for ....
Give your child a 360 view of London
The London Eye isn't a big eye in the sky but an amazing ride located on the South Bank.
It's a big wheel that takes you 135m above the Thames and gives you the best views of London.
Children are welcome on the London Eye with children under 4 riding for free, however
they still need a ticket! Children under 16 years of age must be accompanied by
an adult aged 18+ years.
One thing to think about prior to going on the London Eye is how your child handles
heights. One thing to do is get them to look straight out in front of them, rather than
getting them to look straight down. If they do get scared, slowly get them to focus on something
in front of them. Another idea is to take along a cuddly or book so that they have
something else to focus on ...