Take a diesel train ride with Heatherslaw Light Railway with trains running at 11am, 12 noon, 1 and 2 pm. Stop off at Etal and visit Lavender Tearooms or ride straight there and back, a round trip of approximately 50 minutes.
Monday- Wednesday are bread-making days at Heatherslaw Mill so as well as taking a tour of this fascinating building, kids can make, bake and take home their own bread - if it lasts that long! Thursday and Friday will be tours only with plenty of hands-on activities to enjoy.
Lady Waterford Hall, the old school, is offering Victorian school activities every day - a great way for 21st century children to find out how their 19th century ancestors would spend a day in school!
Kids go free at Lady Waterford Hall and Heatherslaw Cornmill!
At Hay Farm Heavy Horse Centre meet the Clydesdales and other rare breeds and learn about farming in years gone by.
Refreshments available at tearooms across the estates (excluding Heatherslaw Tearoom).