I have had a lovely day this week at the NRM in York with MadDad and the boys. We were lucky enough to be able to meet up with Sandy and her boys too.
The NRM in York is a fantastic day out for anyone who has children, especially ones like me who have children that love trains. As you would expect the museum is jam packed full of trains, but there is so much more to see and do, especially if it is raining.
The museum always make sure that half term and school holidays are jam packed with family events and we had great fun watching the turntable work and also listened to some great story telling too. The boys and MadDad were looking forward to a ride on the restored replica of the Rocket, but it had broke down to had to settle to a ride on a diesel engine, but boys being boys they still enjoyed that too.
Mini was astounded that the Hogwards Express was at York too and was able to take a look in its cab, which as an avid Harry Potter fan really made his day.
Entrance to the Museum is Free and you can park all day in the car park for £7.00. A road train runs every 30 minutes in to central York, but we spent all day in the museum on Tuesday.
There are plenty of tables for you, if you take a picnic (we always do) and a fine play area for the children outside on dryer days. Not that the rain mattered to my boys, Mini was coming down the fireman’s pole and relishing the puddle at the bottom!
A great day out with something for everyone.