There’s a fairytale garden in Sheffield and it’s a wonderful place home to lots of squirrels just waiting for you to discover. Hillsborough Walled Garden is free to visit, has picnic space, fairies, squirrels, things to see, space to roam and even better it’s so fun for children. Eric really loves it there and it’s most certainly a hidden gem. Combine with the library, having a picnic, having fun in Hillsborough park and playground; you have a lovely day out outdoors without spending a penny. Hillsborough Park & Walled Garden – 10 Things To Do & See Free Trail
On our last visit to make it more fun for Eric I encouraged him to find mythical creatures, fairies, feed and count the squirrels and came up with simple imaginative games. I really think the best thing about being outdoors with your children is that there are no limits to what you can do with a little creativity. Even just collecting sticks or pretending you can hear magic sounds makes a visit to the park special.
So inspired from our last visit to Hillsborough Park & Walled Garden I put together this little trail. I’m going to be using this many times throughout the summer and I hope you like it. This can be done whatever the weather; the walled garden and park are open all year round (though the walled garden closes at 2pm during winter season).
Save this as a photo to your phone, download and print it; it’s up to you. I have more trails and checklists for you to download, too! Get these ones… Weston Park Museum – 10 Fun Things To Do Free Trail
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Hillsborough Park & Walled Garden – 10 Things To Do & See Free Trail