Dragons. So, we didn’t actually see any dragons, but the boys had a lot of fun imagining them. We read up on some of the myths of dragons (some surrounding the legends of Merlin and King Arthur), and how The Red Dragon (Y Ddraig Goch) became a symbol of Wales. No matter what, it was fun to engage the kids in these kinds of stories and learn something new about the culture while we were at it.
Stay tuned for my next post on our recommendations for what to do with your family in Liverpool and Manchester, and don’t forget to pin this post when you are planning your own U.K. road trip!
- The Ultimate UK Road Trip Itinerary – Driving Tour of England, Scotland, and Wales with the Family
- Connecting with my family and personal history in the U.K.
- A Romantic Long Weekend in London
- Fabulous Things to Do in London with Kids
- A Weekend in Devon, England
- What to Do in Liverpool and Manchester with Kids
- Discovering the Beauty of Scotland’s Highlands
- Family Travel Bucket List: Hunting for the Loch Ness Monster in Scotland
- Family-Friendly Edinburgh
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