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Spring 2019

BRING ON SPRING! Your essential guide to the best spring adventures


check out the best Easter events around the UK...


our guide to the best days out for the May bank holidays...


discover some of our favourite new openings and launches...

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Discover the best family days out, attractions and activities in 2019


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Jump straight into the new season, as we launch our first guide packed full of family fun for spring


Find inspiration for the best days out this season, from the best bluebell and coastal walks, to a whole farmyard full of fun!


Ready for some cracking family events? Check out our guide to the best Easter and May bank holiday events near you


Don’t let the weather rain on your parade, we’ve got activity ideas to try come rain or shine!


From new launches to the latest events, we round up the latest attraction news and preview some of the best new cinema releases in Popcorn Picks


Find out how your family can save up to £450* per year with a Day Out With The Kids membership

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HELLO & WELCOME We’ve been busy scouting out the best events, getting the scoop on the latest openings and testing out lots of exciting days out to squeeze heaps of family fun into this FREE guide, designed to help you and your family make the most of spring this year. We’ve got everything from cracking Easter events to coastal walks, plus where to see some of the cutest baby lambs. There’s even activity ideas for those pesky April showers we know and love… all handpicked by our team of funfinding experts here at Day Out With The Kids. Plus, we’ve also got more information about our exciting membership scheme, where you can save up to 50% off the best days out, and get


offers on cinema trips, dining out, short family breaks and loads more. In fact, our members save an average of £450* per year - find out how you can join them later on! So what are you waiting for? Get ready to jump in, read on and find your next family adventure!

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INTO ACTION Spring is all about nature coming to life baby animals, blooming flower fields and lots of sunny days, perfect for going out and about. It’s only fitting that you put away your cuddly winter blanket, shed all unnecessary clothing layers, and step outside to explore. In this section we’ll help you find some of the best places in the country to enjoy springtime fun with the kids.



Newborn lambs, kid goats, baby chicks and sweet little piglets...sounds like an animal lovers’ heaven, right? Read on for our list of the best farms near you where you can meet, feed and cuddle the adorable new arrivals.

Folly Farm Pembrokeshire | ££££ | All Ages

If you want to dive right into the action this spring, visit Folly Farm and enjoy handson fun at the Jolly Barn. Meet owls, guinea pigs, lambs, miniature pigs and lots of other animals. Then roll up your sleeves and learn how to hand-milk a goat! If that wasn’t enough fun for you, you’ll also get the chance to meet Henry the Horse, Pedro the Penguin and the rest of the characters at the farm. Plus, if you decide to visit during the school holidays, you’re guaranteed that something fun will be happening at the Follies Theatre.

Cotswold Farm Park

Cannon Hall Farm

Gloucestershire | ££££ | All Ages

South Yorkshire | £ | All Ages

It’s lambing time! With over 660 expectant sheep mums due to give birth at Cotswold Farm Park this spring, you’re invited to hold, feed and, if you’re lucky, even see a baby lamb being born.

Spring at Cannon Hall Farm means lots of new arrivals, including 900 lambs, over 100 kid goats, and an average of 2-3 litters of piglets every week. Talk about an overload of cuteness!

Ash End House Children’s Farm

Odds Farm Park

Staffordshire | ££ | All Ages

Buckinghamshire | £££ | All Ages

Experience an up-close encounter with the baby chicks and the ducklings, collect eggs from the nests and sit on a pony. The Bunny in a Basket activity is a firm favourite too!

Meet the adorable baby animals at Odds Farm Park and take the chance to bottle-feed the kid goats. They’re just like your little ones adorable, playful and cheeky!


Hall Hill Farm

Hall Farm Park

County Durham | £ | All Ages

Lincolnshire | £ | All Ages

Come to Hall Hill Farm between 16th March and 6th May for eight weeks of lambing fun - meet, pet and feed several breeds of bEWEtiful sheep and their newborn babies. There will be newborn chicks just in time for Easter, too!

Spring is the best time to go for a walk...with a goat! Bring your kids to Hall Farm Park and take one of their friendly goats for a stroll. It’s one of the best-loved activities amongst the little ones.

National Forest Adventure Farm

Piglets Adventure Farm

Staffordshire | £ | All Ages

North Yorkshire | £ | All Ages

In springtime, your little farm fans are invited to step into the Lambing Live tent and help the farmers bottle-feed orphaned baby lambs. You can also enjoy the usual farmyard activities, including pony grooming, hand-feeding and petting the farm animals.

Take the chance to brush the friendly Kune Kune pigs and see tiny piglets cuddle with their proud mums. You’ll also get to pet the bunnies, guinea pigs and baby chicks. The animals at Piglets Adventure Farm are always happy to make new friends!

Thornton Hall Farm Country Park North Yorkshire | £ | All Ages From petting rabbits and guinea pigs, to bottle-feeding lambs and calves, and collecting newly-laid eggs, Thornton Hall Farm Country Park will keep you and your little farmers occupied all day long. Not to mention, there are also indoor & outdoor play areas, rides, a play barn and more, so your kids are sure to stay happy and active. Got tots? Don’t miss out on the weekday Mini Farmers activities in term time! From Mini Beasts, to Mini Bees, and Pony Club, featuring FREE pony rides, your tots can try a different activity every day from Monday to Friday. 6


Make the most of the magical Bluebell Season and see the woodlands covered in spectacular blue flower fields. Good news is that this year you may not need to wait until May; the season is expected to start in April.


Beechenhurst, Forest of Dean Gloucestershire | FREE | All Ages Fancy a stroll through thousands of blooming bluebells in Britain’s oldest woodlands? Head out to Beechenhurst Lodge where your family adventure in the Forest of Dean begins. Feel free to wander around and discover the picturesque scenery in blue, but also take this as an opportunity to explore the widely popular Sculpture Trail under the majestic oak and pine trees at the most beautiful time of the year. Surrounded by unspoilt nature and blue flowers as far as the eye can see, Beechenhurst is also the perfect location to have a picnic with a view to die for!

Speke Hall


Merseyside | ££ | All Ages

Carmar thenshire | £ | All Ages

At the end of spring, the ancient woodlands surrounding Speke Hall turn into an endless sea of blue flowers. Guided walks, trails and different art classes will be taking place to celebrate bluebell season. Special blueberry scones will be on sale, to go with the theme.

Dinefwr is one of the top places to see bluebells in Wales. Just follow the Cattle Trail and it will lead you to the stunning Bluebell display on Rookery Ridge. Usually, bluebells are most beautiful in May, but this year they’re expected to start blooming in April.

Clumber Park

Blickling Estate

Nottinghamshire | £ | All Ages

Norfolk | ££ | All Ages

There’s nothing more magical than a stroll through the blossoming Bluebell Wood at Clumber Park in spring. Make sure you bring your camera - these will be some of the most magnificent family photos you’ll ever take!

Explore four miles of stunning bluebell carpets on the family-friendly walk through the Great Woods at Blickling Estate in Norfolk. It’s pushchair-friendly, so tiny feet won’t be aching at the end of the day!


Fancy a trip to the sea? Well, there’s no better way to soak up the sun (and the stunning views!) than a scenic coastal walk. Below we’ve listed a few paths suitable even for the tiniest kids, so you can all explore together as a family.

Glebe Cliff Walk, Tintagel

Godrevy Head Coastal Walk

North Cornwall | FREE | 0.2 miles (0.4 km)

West Cornwall | FREE | 0.6 miles (0.9 km)

Experience the wild charm of Cornwall from the heights of Glebe Cliff. Take in the stunning views across the sea and be on the lookout for migrating peregrine falcons. Do your kids love knights’ tales? Drive up to Tintagel Castle and

Spring is the best time to go on the Godrevy Head Coastal Walk, as the grasslands by the seafront are particularly beautiful in this season. Your little explorers will love running along the beach and spotting wild birds in

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Stackpole Estate

Studland Beach Sand Dunes Trail

Pembrokeshire | FREE | 7.4 miles (12 km)

Dorset | FREE | 1 mile (1.6 km)

Starting from the Stackpole Estate, this is a stunning coastal walk with dramatic views of limestones and crystal clear blue waters. Bring your camera along and try to spot choughs and Welsh mountain ponies!

Starting from Knoll beach, this 30-minute trail will lead you through the sand dunes of Studland Bay. Simply follow the yellow stones and you’ll find your way. Oh, and make sure you tell your kids the legend of the Old Harry rock!

Penzance to Marazion Seafront Walk West Cornwall | FREE | 2.7 miles (4.3 km) The Penzance to Marazion Seafront Walk is the perfect coastal adventure for your whole family. It covers an easily-accessible, pushchair-friendly, 2-mile stretch along the seafront, with plenty of dogfriendly pubs along the way, so no one has to be left at home. The breath-taking views across Mounts Bay to St Michael’s Mount, the Lizard and Mousehole are worth the trip on their own!


Make sure you read up on the fascinating lore surrounding St Michael’s Mount before you go. Armed with stories about giants, pilgrims and magical stones, you’re sure to have your kids’ attention the whole time.




EVENTS When spring comes, we all know it’s time to get eggcited about Easter and everything that comes with it - egg hunts, trails, baby chicks, the Easter Bunny, plus lots & LOTS of chocolate. Here we’ve got some of the best Easter events across the country, all wrapped up in a handy little list for you to explore. Have a look and find the Easter events near you that your kids won’t want to miss!

HOPPY EASTER at Paultons Park 5th - 23rd April | Hampshire | ££££ | All Ages You’ll feel the spirit of Easter the moment you enter Paultons Park! Bobtail Bunny & his friends will meet your little ones at the main entrance plaza. From there, you’ll see giant Easter Eggs and Bunnies wherever you turn. Don’t get too distracted though, the mischievous Fenton Fox will be lurking around... Take your kids to the Spring Activities Workshop where they’ll make a Daffodil Windmill, a pop-up bunny, a rabbit magnet or an Easter card. A small donation to Marie Curie will be required to take part, so you’ll be helping out a good cause, as well.

EASTER AT CHATSWORTH at Chatsworth House & Farmyard 30th March - 28th April | Derbyshire | ££££ | All Ages From the garden, to the playground, to the farmyard, there will be Easter activities taking place all over the Chatsworth estate. Get in the spirit of Easter with seasonal crafts at the farmyard and hop on the Easterthemed tractor trailer tour over Easter weekend. The hugely popular Easter Egg Trail is set to make a come-back in 2019, as well. This year there will be lots of wicker animals hiding around the estate. It’s up to you and your little detectives to find them all.

THE WILDEST WIZARD OF OZ at Yorkshire Wildlife Park 13th - 15th April | South Yorkshire | ££££ | All ages The Wildest Wizard of Oz event will put a magical twist on your Easter holidays. Forget the Easter Bunny! At Yorkshire Wildlife Park your kids are in for a meeting with Dorothy and her friends, and even the Wizard himself. You’ll be sucked into the whimsical world of Oz with fairground rides, arts and crafts sessions, live shows, face painting, magic and illusions. Not your typical Easter ordeal, hey? Well, you can still follow Toto’s Easter egg trail to enter a cracking Easter prize draw. It is Easter, after all... 10 10

GREATER LONDON Easter Trail at Fulham Palace 6th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

The Easter Bunny needs help, so put your detective hats on and get ready to search the beautiful Fulham Palace for clues. Both the building and the gardens will be in play!


Wiglet’s Easter Eggstravaganza at Godstone Farm 6th - 22nd April | ££ | All ages

Easter at Godstone Farm is all about fun and games. Get up-close to hatching chicks and newborn lambs; cheer your rubber duck in a race and help braid the mane of the miniature Shetland ponies.

Science of Sweets at Winchester Science Museum

Easter Fun at The Isle of Wight Steam Railway

5th - 23rd April | ££ | All ages

6th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

Get the kids interested in science and learn about how science & sweets mix with the help of an exciting live show, plus try a bunch of fun activities with the Curiosity Officers and Inspirers, at Winchester Science Centre.

With the “Look for the Golden Duck” treasure hunt, seasonal crafts and the Island’s favourite kids’ entertainer Greg Chapman on the programme, Isle of Wight Steam Railway is pulling out all the stops this Easter.

SOUTH WEST Eggstream Easter at Woodlands Family Theme Park

Easter Eggstravaganza Festival at The BIG Sheep

6th - 22nd April | ££££ | All ages

6th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

Santa’s Grotto is so last season! Go ahead and visit the Easter Bunny’s Grotto at Woodlands Family Theme Park instead. Chocolate, Easter egg hunts & lots more Easter surprises await!

Everything at The BIG Sheep is big, including the annual Easter egg hunt - there will be over 30,000 chocolate eggs to find this year! Are you ready to join the hunt & meet the Easter Bunny himself?

MIDLANDS Mr. Cadbury’s Parrot and the Missing Mini-Eggs at Cadbury World

Easter Egg Hunt at Birmingham Botanical Gardens

6th - 28th April | ££££ | All ages

21st April | £ | All ages

Cadbury’s friendly parrot has lost his delicious Easter mini-eggs and your little adventurers are called in on the hunt to retrieve them. Lots of audience participation will be required to solve all the clues.

What better place to host an Easter egg hunt than the delightful Birmingham Botanical Gardens! Enjoy an afternoon of seasonal fun featuring sweet prizes, meet & greet with the Easter Bunny and entertainment by Bibbledy Bob the Clown.

YORKSHIRE Giant Easter Egg Hunt at Stockeld Park

Easter Trail at Hesketh Farm Park

30th March - 28th April | ££ | All ages

The Annual Easter Trail at Hesketh Farm Park will have your kids searching for hidden eggs and deciphering word puzzles with the promise of a sweet, edible prize at the end. Lots of lambs are due at Easter, as well!

You’ve found all the mini eggs, now it’s time to search for giant character eggs in the Enchanted Forest at Stockeld Park. Solve all the riddles to find Humpty, the Pirate Chief and the rest of the characters.

30th March - 15th April | £ | All ages

NORTH WEST Mini Egg Hunts in the Peter Rabbit Garden at The World of Beatrix Potter

The Easter Egg Hunt at Reddish Vale Farm

21st - 22nd April | £ | All ages

15th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

Little book lovers will be fascinated be the lovely mini egg hunts at The World of Beatrix Potter, as they explore iconic locations from their favourite Peter Rabbit adventures. What a whimsical way to spend Easter!

Pony rides, tractor rides, small animals and, of course, egg hunts and the Easter Bunny are all in store if you decide to visit Reddish Vale Farm for Easter. Will you be the lucky person who finds the Golden Egg?

NORTH EAST Annual Easter Chick Hunt at Durham Botanical Gardens

The Kirkley Hall Easter Egg Hunt at Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens

21st - 22nd April | £ | All ages

17th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

Let’s break things up, shall we? A different type of Easter hunt awaits your little ones at Durham Botanical Gardens. There they’ll be searching for cute, little chicks, instead of the traditional eggs.

Easter disaster! The Easter Bunny’s assistant has lost all the eggs somewhere in Kirkley Hall and now it’s up to your brave young adventurers to find them and save the day.

EAST Egg-cellent Easter at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure

Easter Special 2019 at Audley End Miniature Railway

8th - 22nd April | ££ | All ages

6th-22ndApril | £ | Allages

The Egg-cellent Easter event at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure returns this year with the promise of a dino-sized serving of fun. Join Dippy in Wonderland for a whole day of games, seasonal activities and entertainment.

Hop on one of Audley End Miniature Railway’s trains and pay the Easter Bunny a visit at his home in the Forest - he’s sure to welcome you with a treat! Pay attention and you’ll spot animals, nests & eggs hidden along the way.

WALES Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Bodnant Garden

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Tredegar House

19th - 15th April | £££ | All ages | Advance booking only

30th March - 2nd April | ££ | All ages

At Bodnant Garden, your tiny adventurers will have the chance to embark on a quest to find the clues left behind by the Easter Bunny. Solve them all and a worthy chocolate surprise will be waiting at the end.

The Easter egg hunt at Tredegar House will turn your kids into proper nature explorers. They’ll have to find lots of bizarre eggs and identify what creature they belong to, in order to earn a delicious reward.

SCOTLAND Easter Eggcitement a t Almond Valley


Heritage Trust

Fort Douglas Easter Holiday Activities at Dalkeith Country Park

30th March - 22nd April | £ | All ages

6th - 22nd April | £ | All ages

Enjoy the best of spring at Almond Valley Heritage Trust with a fun Easter trail and lots of baby animals to meet. There will also be a crafts area where your kids can learn to make bonnets, masks & other decorations.

Time to get creative! From balloon twisting, to clay-making, Easter pebble painting and spaghetti architecture - there will be lots of hands-on, family fun to be had at Dalkeith Country Park this year.



Another great thing about spring is that we’ve got not one, but two Bank Holidays coming up. May Day is first on 6th May, followed by the Late May Bank Holiday on 27th May. Celebrate them both in style with our list of bank holiday events near you!

A World of Stories at Horniman Museum and Gardens



at East Lancashire Railway

May Day at Little Woodham Living Museum

4th,5th, 6th May | ££££ | All Ages

27th May | £ | All Ages

There’s nothing that sparks up a child’s imagination like a good story! This Late May Bank Holiday, the storytellers at Horniman Museum return for another day of tales and imaginary adventures from around the globe.

6th May | £ | All Ages

Celebrate May Day with Thomas the Tank Engine at East Lancashire Railway - it’s a must if you’ve got a little train lover in the family! You’ll get to enjoy unlimited rides on steam and diesel trains, as well as in the carriages behind Thomas himself. Lots of your favourite characters from the show will be there to meet you: from the Fat Controller to the cheeky station sweepers Rusty and Dusty. Kids will also get the opportunity to see live re-enactments of the most iconic Thomas episodes. Plus, there will be magic shows, circus workshops and plenty more railway fun.

Experience the excitement of the May Day Festival as people did in the 17th century at Little Woodham Living Museum. Hear the fascinating tales of the Hagstone storyteller, meet the Hobby horse, the Green Man & much more.

SOUTH WEST Red Squirrel Ramble at Paradise Park 4th - 6th May | ££ | All ages

Take the chance to meet the Red Squirrels at Paradise Park this Early May Bank Holiday; they’re not only adorable, but endangered too! Learn all about them, complete a quiz trail and earn a nutty chocolate treat.



War of the Roses LIVE at Warwick Castle

Moon Mission at Eureka! The National Children’s Museum

25th May - 2nd June | ££££ | All Ages

Fancy spending your Late May Bank Holiday amongst fearless knights? Visit the historic Warwick Castle for jousting, stunt riding and lots more spectacular medieval entertainment. War of the Roses will be one epic battle, that’s for sure!

Future astronauts in the family? Celebrate 50 years since the moon landing with a fascinating space show (coming to Eureka! just in time for the Late May Bank Holiday), and experience astronaut training in a human gyroscope.



May Half Term: Rocket Lab! at the Manchester Museum

May Day Celebrations at Beamish Open Air Museum

25th - 27th May 2019 | £ | 7+

5th - 6th May 2019 | ££££ | All Ages

Going into space sounds exciting but do you know what it takes to build a real rocket to take you there? Put your engineering hats on and discover the secret science of rockets this May Half Term at Manchester Museum.

Step back in time at Beamish Open Air Museum and celebrate May Day in Edwardian style with merry maypole dancing, music and crafts. Don’t miss the crowning of the May King & Queen!



Mildred’s Maypole Mayhem at BeWILDerwood

Gower Good Food Festival at Gower Heritage Centre

4th - 6th May | ££££ | All Ages

26th - 27th May | ££ | All Ages

BeWILDerwood’s Mildred, the Crocklebog wants to show off her new maypole dancing moves and have a party. Feel free to join in - get some face paint on, put on a costume and take part in the Mini Games.

Gower Good Food Festival combines the best of local produce with family-friendly entertainment in one awesome weekend. From animal feeding, to pottery & puppet-making, to quizzes, shows and stories - there’s plenty in store for the little ones.

SCOTLAND Edinburgh’s International Children’s Festival at the National Museum of Scotland 25th - 26th May | FREE | All Ages

The nine-day Edinburgh’s International Children’s Festival will kick off with a weekend of free pop-up performances at the National Museum of Scotland. Drop by and enjoy mini performances, live music and hands-on activities.


25th May - 2nd June | ££££ | All Ages

WHATEVER THE WEATHER If the weather’s being a bit temperamental, don’t you worry - we’ve got a few ideas to keep you and the kids busy all spring long, regardless of whether you’ve got sunshine, or rain clouds on your hands!

SUNNY ACTIVITIES Become a bug explorer: go on a bug hunt, or build a bug hotel & wait for insects to come visit you. Time for all bikes, scooters and roller skates to come out! Spring is the perfect time to explore in the sun before the summer heat strikes. Go bird spotting in your local park or woodland. Take a camera with you and try to snap a shot of every bird you see.

Celebrate the coming of spring with a visit to your local food festival & enjoy tasty fresh produce, straight from the farm.


Get inspired by nature - collect leaves, sticks, stones & anything else that tickles your fancy to create art at home later on.

SHOWERS ACTIVITIES Who says you can’t have outdoor fun in the rain? Put on your wellies & waterproofs and go puddle jumping ...yes, the adults too! Remember all those crafts materials you picked up on your sunny day out in the woods? Now it’s time to put them to good use! Make a bird house or a bird feeder to hang in your garden when the sun comes back out. Spring is the best time to plant strawberries in a pot and have them ready to pick in the summer. Put on a family fashion show - you’ll have a giggle, but also you’ll get rid of clothes that don’t fit & rediscover clothes you had forgotten.


WATCH Interested in the latest news in the amazing world of family-friendly entertainment? We’re here to keep you in the know! In this section, you’ll find out about the most exciting things about to happen at attractions all over the UK this spring. We’ll also share our personal recommendations for the top must-see, family-friendly movie releases. There are some real crackers in there!



Following on from the hugely successful Gruffalo River Ride Adventure launch in 2017, get ready for a whole new adventure as Room on the Broom A Magical Journey flys in to Chessington World of Adventures on 10th March. Once again delving into the world of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, the much-loved children’s story is brought to life in an exciting new walk-through adventure. Perfect for preschoolers and families with younger children who no doubt already know the book off by heart, expect a magical mission and to see all your favourite characters along the way. There’s even new themed rooms at the on-site hotel too, which are great for making a weekend of it!





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POPCORN PICKS Cinema release recommendations from the Day Out With The Kids Team & real parents



Release Date: 26th April 2019 Chosen by Dela (Aunt of 4)

Release Date: 31st May 2019 Chosen by Cheryl (Mum of 3)

I’m seeing this movie with my teenage nephew the moment it hits the cinemas, that’s for certain! I could say it’s just to make him happy, but let’s be honest, Avengers: Endgame is THE movie of 2019 for any Marvel fan, myself included.

Having kids ranging from nursery age through to teenager, there are very few films that appeal to all three at the same time! The Secret Life of Pets was a family crowd pleaser for all of us, so we’re already looking forward to a family trip to see the sequel.

We know many of our favourites who fell victim to “the snap” in Infinity War will come back, but we also know that it will come at a cost. Appropriately named, Endgame will be the last stand of the original Avengers and may very well be the last time we see Cap, Tony or Thor. I predict tears falling in the cinema… It’s going to be absolutely EPIC!

son - which is no mean feat!



Release Date: 8th March 2019 Chosen by Rob (Dad of 3)

Release Date: 29th March 2019 Chosen by Sarah (Mum of 1)

Hitting cinemas shortly after half-term, and before the Easter break, Captain Marvel isn’t a school holiday filler movie! An epic, with sci-fi action, violence, and some strong language, Captain Marvel is going to appeal to the slightly older kids (it’s a 12A), mine included, as well as us adult Marvel fans.

My daughter is a BIG fan of Dumbo, so there was never any questions about going to see the new remake. We’ve watched the original version of this movie so many times and when you love a story is always great fun to see the different ways they are brought to life at the cinema.

As the first female-led superhero movie in the Marvel universe, following DC’s Wonder Woman last year, this is a great one to inspire our daughters to build on those leadership, action, and battle skills. 20

My daughter, 9, loves anything featuring animals and my 4-year-old son finds the fact that they talk hilarious, so that’s already two very big ticks for us. Plus, if the first film is anything to go by, it’s sure to be full of witty humour for adults and it may even get a little laugh out of my teenage

The previous Disney live action remakes have all lived up to expectations, so we’re hoping this one does too. We can’t wait!

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