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World-famous UK gardens reveals new Bluey experience opening next month


PARENTS looking for a way to entertain their kids over Easter might consider taking them to a world-famous UK attractions where they can meet Bluey.

The curious Australian Blue Heeler pup will be exploring Kew Gardens for a couple of weeks this spring – and kids are able to join him for a variety of different games and activities.

Bluey will appear at Kew Gardens this Easter for games and activities


Bluey will appear at Kew Gardens this Easter for games and activitiesCredit: ABC

Kew has promised families some “interactive activities inspired by the show” that are “guaranteed to deliver laughter, discovery and lots of fun”.

The games have been inspired by favourite episodes of the show, making it the perfect day out for Bluey fans.

Kids can also learn about the plants and wildlife found both at Kew and in Bluey’s native Australia during their visit.

Even more excitingly, there’s the chance to meet Bluey at the Gardens at certain times on each of the days the event will be taking place.

The Kew website says: “Combining a celebration of nature and the joy of play with the adventures of a beloved TV character, this is the must-do family activity for the holidays.”

Bluey will also be found at Kew’s other garden, Wakehurst, in Sussex during the same period of time.

The even will be held from March 29 until April 14 and will be included in the price of admission at the London attraction.

Paul Denton from Kew said: “Bluey at Kew is a highlight of this year’s springtime family offer and we’re delighted to bring the hit sensation to life.

“Visitors can look forward to a unique experience set within Kew’s spring landscape and some of the most picturesque parts of the Gardens.

“Bluey promises to be an exciting adventure that will leave families with cherished memories for a very long time.”

Katie Hibbs, from BBC Studios Kids & Family, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to see Bluey at Kew Gardens and Wakehurst this year.

“Combining nature, fun and play with some of the most memorable moments from Bluey’s adventures on the show, Bluey at Kew is guaranteed to be the perfect day out over the Easter period.”

Tickets to Kew start from £9 for youngsters and students, while peak-season family tickets are available from £26.

Ahead of Bluey’s arrival at Kew, kids will also need to be entertained during the half-term holidays this month.

Luckily, there are also several fan favourite activities taking place throughout throughout the UK for parents to make the most of.

Pirates at Alton Towers

The famous Pirate Takeover is returning to Alton Towers once again next month.

The half-term exclusive event will run from February 10 to February 25 with brand-new shows, performances and interactive activities.

Battle Galleons Seadog Starkey’s Sailing School and A Treasure Chest of Entertainment & Shows are the new events for 2024.

Paultons Breaks

Paultons Park has announced that its ‘Paultons Break’ events will start again this month.

Beginning on February 10, guests will be able to explore the Peppa Pig World and experience attractions like Grampy Rabbit’s Sailing Club, The Queen’s Flying Coach, Grandpa Pig’s Little Train, and Peppa’s Big Balloon.

Kids will also have access to play areas, as well as meet-and-greet opportunities with George and Peppa Pig.

Dinosaurs at Drayton Manor

Dinosaur Breakout is returning to Drayton Manor again this year, with guests invited to step into the “dino-verse” on a pre-historic expedition.

The park’s rangers will be asking guests for their help to return the animatronic dinosaurs to their rightful habitats.

Visitors will also be able to explore Europe’s only Thomas Land, as well as the theme park’s 15-acre zoo.

Meanwhile, kids can eat from just £1 at Premier Inns during the half term break.

And these are seven ways to entertain youngsters cheaply during school holidays.

The event will be included in the price of entry to Kew Gardens


The event will be included in the price of entry to Kew GardensCredit: PA

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