Feeling the post Christmas drudgery and blues? Fear not we have an idea for an awesome January blues buster day out, with a trip to Life for Skating and a visit to Dino Jaws (Skating runs until 18th February and Dino Jaws Until 24th April)
We have written about Life Science Centre on more than one occasion but it really is an awesome place to take the kids and with Annual passes available you can get great value for money with year round trips.
We were invited to have a turn on the ice rink and take a look around the centre and my littles really love visiting so we headed along with my godson and my children's god mother (confused yet?)
The rink is situated in Times Square and you enter via Life reception, Ticket purchase was super simple and we were choosing our skates really quickly. I say 'we' I actually mean the Godmother and kids, this mammy is not good with ice!
|My awesome strong girl, full of determination to go it alone!|
|Gently does it...|
|we know where we are best off!|
|I Have skates but.....|
|Straight back up again, yes his baby sister is having a chiuckle|
There was plenty of falling, a bit of frustration but overall the kids (and the godmother did really well, we had lots of time on the ice, then decided it was time to warm up inside.
After a visit to see little bear, we went to see the Dino Jaws exhibition which was by far my Godson's favourite part of the day, he is Dino mad and I really think he wanted to take the Dino's home ....
|'here chicken chicken I just want to play'|
While the little littles played upstairs in the awesome play zone I took my biggies on the motion ride for Polar Express. Oh I loved it so much, the kids ended up going on twice and were really very enthralled by it all, I shan't ruin the surprise but Life have added an extra dimension to make it a bit more magic!
|Ready for the motion ride|
|3d glasses ready!|
|'Ok I have 4 be;;s and you have 2 frogs...lets make some tunes!'|
After some more play it was time for Lunch and man alive can my kids eat! 6 of us had 2 adult meals of Sausage casserole and chips, 2 kids pick n mix meals, one hot dog and chips and a burger and chips. Cold drinks all round plus a tea, a ginger bread latte, a slice of rainbow cake and a muffin all for under £30 The food was lovely and whilst we were a bit disappointed that poor termite couldn't have anything really from the main menu as she is allergic to dairy and soya the staff couldn't have been more helpful in finding some snack items she could have and giving her extra fruit and ham.
|Dino Cheese !|
|Our allergy friendly plate|
So if you are looking to blow off the cobwebs and fill your weekends with winter wonder my top tip would be to head to Life.
If you've bee already let me know what you think?