Hunting For The Yeti At Riverhill Himalayan Gardens 

Wooded pathways, stacks of branches, and plenty of mud are just three of the things that make my lot happy and luckily enough they are plentiful at Riverhill Himalayan Gardensin Kent.

We had our first trip there last week and on the way I had a car full of bemused children trying to work out why we were off to the Himalayas by car!

Upon arrival whe picked up our maps at the kiosk and I grabbed a seat outside the cosy looking Riverhill Cafe that I had earmarked for later in the day.

I planned a rough idea of where the day was going to take us while the children took up residence in the ‘Toy Shed’ that made the perfect play area to keep the little ones amused while the adults have a sneaky piece of cake.

I had put a little to much faith in the wonderful British weather and arrived with a summer dress and flip flops which probably wasn’t the best attire.

Fortunately though they are fully prepared here for the unprepared such as myself and have a lovely little area they you can borrow a pair of wellies from.

We headed into the woods where the children all climbed to their hearts  content until we came across the fab adventure playground.
There were climbing walls, slides, tree houses and so much more to explore and they all spent a good hour here enjoying all it had to offer.

Ready to explore some more we entered the woods again with a pit stop for some den building before we made it to Little Everest Viewpoint.

The view from the top was stunning and the perfect place to stop for our picnic.


Refuelled we headed back down the hill towards the hedge maze.

I’m not a huge fan of mazes and tend to freak out a little if I can’t see an exit. Luckily enough the hedge maze is low and was easy for the children…and me  to navigate.

The rain decided to come and say hello so we decided to take cover in the activity tent where they all got the chance to make their own clay creations.

With an unusual calmness from my lot I took the chance to grab a coffee and some delightful carrot cake from the cafe whist they created their masterpieces.

Scattered throughout the grounds were lots of interesting sculptures with the huge scaffold tube sphere being a real pull for the kids.

Our final stop of the day was the stunning gardens full of wonderful flowers, an abundance of fruit and veg and hidden wrought iron gates that are always some thing I love.

Riverhill Himalayan Gardens was an absolute treat to discover and we will need another visit very soon as we didn’t manage to find the illusive yeti who is said to be hiding in the woods.  
*we were given tickets for the purpose of this review and they are all my own, honest options.

Country Kids

12 thoughts on “Hunting For The Yeti At Riverhill Himalayan Gardens 

  1. I love the idea of hunting for the Yeti in the woods, you may not have found him but it looks like you found plenty of other things to keep the children busy. You know you have done well when you even get a chance for coffee and cake on your own! This reminds me we haven’t done clay pictures for ages, time to revisit this one looking at yours all having fun. A lovely looking day out with plenty to inspire and gorgeous gardens.

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

  2. Oh wow what a lovely place to explore with kids – so many simple pleasures and that cafe looks ace as well. Great for all weathers with things to do inside as well
    Just popping over from #countrykids

    Laura x

  3. Oh wow! Delighted to hear Himalaya made it to Kent as next couple of years the real one is far too ambitious for our little gang! Loving the pics, the wellies to borrow, the flowers and serene countryside, thanks a lot for inspiration! Pinning for later if I manage to find the button? #countrykids

  4. That looks like a lovely day out. Being able to borrow wellies is such a brililant idea. Love the look of the sculptures and the clay sculpting looks like fun 🙂 #countrykids

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