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Tiger Day: The perfect kids’ day out in Glasgow

If you love all things tiger-related, you might be surprised to learn that Glasgow is a great place find some impressive examples of this much-loved creature. Of course, you won’t see any real tigers roaming the streets, but there are lots of places to go in Glasgow where you’ll catch a glimpse of this magnificent stripy cat. Here are a few of the locations where you can spot a tiger.

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Top 5 historic places in Glasgow

Set on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and is steeped in history. With many buildings dating back to the 15th century, and some even going back to Roman times – such as the Antonine Wall and Bearsden Roman Bathhouse – there’s no shortage of impressive architecture in the city. Here are our top five historic sites in Glasgow.

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Fun indoor things to do with kids in Dorking

Winter can be a challenge when it comes to entertaining the kids – the weather is cold, the days are short, and most of us prefer the thought of snuggling up under a blanket.

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Things you didn’t know about the Caspian Tiger

The Caspian tiger was sadly declared extinct in 2003, with most having disappeared by the 1950s. Like the Amur (or Siberian) tiger, it lived across central Asia, and was one of the largest tigers in the world. Let’s learn a little bit more about this beautiful creature.

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Facts about white tigers

Tigers are famous for their orange coats and black or brown stripes – but did you know there are also white tigers in the world?

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Kids’ fun activities to do in Dartford

When it comes to keeping the whole family entertained, North Kent has lots to offer. Whatever the weather, you can find some great things to do in Dartford with kids. Here are some of our top suggestions.

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7 facts about tigers in the wild vs in captivity

If you’re looking for things to do in Sheffield this autumn, don’t miss The Tiger Who Came to Tea live on stage. This fabulous production is aimed specifically at kids of three and up, being just 55 minutes with no interval, and packed with sing-along songs, magic and clumsy chaos. It’s one of the best children’s shows Sheffield this November so book your tickets today!

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Kids fun day: Children’s activities in Nottingham

As the weather gets cooler, keeping the kids entertained can prove more challenging. But whether you want to get them outdoors or find a warmer setting for some family fun, we have some great suggestions. Take a look below.

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Best Tiger Who Came to Tea quotes

If you love The Tiger Who Came to Tea, don’t miss the chance to see it live on stage from 7-9 October. It’s a fantastic example of children’s theatre in Blackpool, and heaps of fun for kids aged three and up. Book your tickets today!

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What inspired Judith Kerr to write ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’?

If you’re looking for fun things to do in London this summer, head to the Theatre Royal Haymarket to see the stunning production of The Tiger Who Came to Tea. It’s one of the top places to go in London with kids, so book your tickets today.

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