Now that my niece is getting a little older, she’s starting to really enjoy having little days out. She also seems to really like her music and being outdoors (as proven by many instagram stories with her).
Last year we went to Timber Festival and as soon as we left she was asking to go back!
But Timber isn’t the only family festival worth a visit…
Three Family Festival to Visit this Summer
Date: Sat, 20 July 2019 – Sun, 22 July 2019
Location: Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre
Bluedot is a music, science and culture event held annually in July since 2016 at Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire, England, combining music, live science experiments, expert talks and immersive artworks. The festival is named after Pale Blue Dot, a famous 1990 photograph of planet Earth popularised by Carl Sagan.
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2019 – Sun, 7 Jul 2019
Location: The National Forest
An extraordinary 3-day camping festival exploring the transformative impact of forests. Music, art, forests, ideas – for the nature lovers and daydreamers. Timber is a joint venture between the National Forest Company and Wild Rumpus, who have come together to create an international festival exploring the transformative impact of forests.
Just So Festival
Date: Fri, 16th Aug 2019 – Sun, 18th Aug 2019
Location: Rode Hall Cheshire
Just So is an annual, intimate, weekend-long festival – an imaginative outdoor family adventure like no other and the best family festival in the UK. With a love of stories and childhood escapades at its heart, Just So Festival enables families to step out of their day to day lives and into a wonderland of world class literature, arts, theatre, dance, music, comedy and creative pursuits together. Underpinned by the Tribal Tournament, the most bonkers competition in the land, it takes audiences (from bumps to great grandparents) on a unique expedition of mischief and mayhem, to lands full of magical midnight feasts, curious creatures, hidden retreats, top notch food, drink and boutique camping options and breathtaking beauty.