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It started as a folly - part of private property in the Yorkshire Dales - and it is a now a sprawling four-acre wonderland garden of curiosities, including underground worlds, tunnels and gateways. One of the most beautiful houses in the country, Chatsworth is a brilliant place for families to spend the day.
The giant rockery is a total hit, as is the yew maze. You must visit the farmyard — aside from the milking demonstrations, Seamus the donkey and Custard the Guinea pig are both most welcoming. This fairground on the seafront in Margate features vintage rides and really conjures up the spirit of summer from yesteryear. Expect to let your kids gorge on candyfloss and fish and chips, but adults will be pleased to tuck into a cocktail or two.
The gardens offer unusual treasures such as a collection of sundials, a Dutch barn and a lovely old Victorian conservatory. The butterfly house is a must-see given there are hundreds of them living in this gorgeous tropical garden. The natural history gallery is, we think, the jewel in the crown here. Skomer Island lies off the coast of Pembrokeshire and is full of wildlife — most notably puffins.
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Adults with a passion for the bard and history are in for a treat, meanwhile little ones can roam the beautifully-kept gardens. Children will be thrilled to discover that they are in the same place once visited by famous kings, queens and the occasional pirate. Dedicated to the wonder of imagery, this brilliant museum in Edinburgh is the perfect rainy day destination. The camera obscura is a pinhole camera — a Victorian invention of great wonder. Visitors will be able to enter the viewing chamber here where a metal tube, a hole in the roof, a tiny window and a mirror will join forces to project a shot of Edinburgh onto a table.
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The whole family will be delighted. An active veteran, he co-founded a local American Legion Post in the late 90's as the first commander and also published documentaries as the historian. Twice retired, he now spends most of his time painting and writing. It artfully blends a science fiction premise and fantasy where a colonized planet's population is decimated, thrown into an ice age and emerges as a medieval land called Methanasia.
As an editor, A Visitor to Sandahl is his first anthology. It incorporates the same fantasy world and sets the short stories in a centrally located town called Sandahl. Ten writers recruited from all over the globe contributed stories for this delightful fantasy romp. Are you an author? Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central. Previous page. Kindle Edition. A Visitor to Sandahl: Tales of the Bard. Next page.
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