Sparks and Scarves: 15 November events & things to do in November
The days are getting colder and that can only mean one thing - it must be November already! But don’t worry, the cold doesn’t have to put a stop to your family days out.
From snow leopards to videogames, we’ve rounded up the best things to do in November so you can enjoy some quality family days out as 2020 slowly comes to an end.
Postal Museum, London
The Postal Museum in London reopened on 29th October, just in time for your November days out! Pick up an activity sheet as you explore the interactive exhibits you can also hunt for storybook favourite Where's Wally.
Hop aboard the newly adapted Mail Rail train running below the streets of London in secret underground tunnels and try your hand at sorting the mail a wobbly travelling post office carriage! With newly adopted technology in place, you’ll still get the same hands-on engaging experience you had before too. Weekends tickets are selling so be sure to book early or try out a quieter weekday if you can.
We the Curious reopening November 6th, Bristol
That’s right, your favourite museum is back! We The Curious in Bristol is opening its doors once again and we couldn’t be happier. Your little explorers will love discovering all sorts of new and awesome things here, plus it’s opening with a bang as they launch their brand new exhibit ‘What If’, how curious!
Illuminated Evenings at Fairytale Farm, Chipping North
Get ready for a magical day out at Fairytale Farm in Chipping North! On top of the 6 spectacular themed zones to visit, they’re also open a little bit extra every day for the Illuminated Evenings. Make sure to visit Snow White’s Castle and Garden and take a stroll through the Mermaid Garden, plus loads more spellbinding fun!
Animal of the Month at Marwell Zoo, Hampshire
This month is dedicated to the beautiful snow leopards at Marwell Zoo. Say hello to Irina and Indeever all of this month as we celebrate these beautiful endangered animals. And who knows, maybe it could even snow!
Mini Museum Engineers Trail at Coventry Transport Museum, Coventry
There’s even more fun to be had at Coventry Transport Museum this month with their Mini Museum Engineers Trail! Pick up your play box and follow the trail around the museum, packed full of awesome activities like spotting vehicles and letters to playing with shapes, it’s perfectly designed for your little explorers.
Cadbury World, DJ Freddo’s Disco Dance Party Stage Show, Birmingham7th - 8th and 14th - 15th November 2020
Hands up if you love chocolate! Cadbury World in Birmingham is definitely your one-stop-shop for all things chocolate, and this November you can even catch DJ Freddos awesome live show! There’s all sorts of sweet fun to be had on this great day out that everyone will love.
Baby Orangutan at Chester Zoo, Chester
It’s fantastic news at Chester Zoo! A surprise baby orangutan has been born, so get ready to say ‘aww!’ The baby was born back in June, but mums kept him very close so now's the perfect opportunity to try to get a glimpse of the adorable baby.
The National Videogame Museum, Sheffield
Love video games and looking for a way to get out of the cold? We’ve got just the place for you at The National Videogame Museum in Sheffield. With more than 80 games for you to enjoy we're sure everyone will find their favourite, plus you can even have a go at making your very own game!
Escape Hunt, Edinburgh
Escape Hunt Edinburgh is the perfect indoor November activity! You’ll get to put your puzzle solving skills to the test, and there’s plenty of awesome games for you to pick from, so take your pick from Vikings to Pirates and Samurais and Cowboys, there’s something for everyone!
Treetop Adventure Golf Cardiff, Cardiff
Re-opens 7th November 2020
Now that there’s a definite chill in the air, why not take your family days out indoors? Head over to Treetop Adventure Golf Cardiff for a tee-refic time with some forest themed crazy golf. There’s two exciting 18-hole courses to putt your way round, and it’s all indoors so it’s perfect for cold November days.
Land of Light, Longleat Safari, Wiltshire
From 7th November 2020
One of the best things about winter is the fantastic light displays, and Land of Light at Longleat Safari is no exception! Head off on a spectacular stroll to take in the magical lights that are set up across seven different zones, just remember to wrap up warm!
The Durham Treasure Trails, Durham
The Durham Treasure Trail is the perfect family activity, and you can head off in your own time and enjoy the fresh air at your own pace. Follow the self-guided trail all around Durham and keep your eyes peeled to solve the clues, plus you’ll discover plenty of hidden gems around the city. Simply download an app beforehand, and you’re good to go!
That’s right, it’s that time of year again! Wrap up warm in your hat and gloves and get ready to see the sky lit up in spectacular colours, so check out our handy guide to see fireworks near you, some of them are even drive-ins!
It’s true, winter is definitely on its way, but there’s still some time to get your fill of awesome autumn activities. From making the most of the outdoors to tasty treats, check out our list of the best Autumn Activities for some great family fun.
Kew Gardens, Christmas at Kew, Greater London
From 18th November 2020
Now that the evenings are getting darker, it’s the perfect opportunity to stroll through a beautifully lit up garden. Take a stroll through Kew Gardens and marvel at the fantastic light display as you take in all the beautiful plants and flowers.
Looking for a great day out that doesn’t rely on the weather? Head over to Kidzania in London, the indoor city entirely run by kids! Little explorers will get to decide a career for the day, with everything from a spy to a firefighter, imaginations will certainly be able to run wild.
With our list of 15 November events & things to do in November all wrapped up, it’s time for you to go out and explore! Don’t miss out on these other great November day out ideas below