It looks like another busy week in our what's on calendar with activities for all ages - from babies to parents. We hope you find lots of inspiration with the help of our weekly round-up.
The Spectacular Plants trail at RHS Wisley introduces mind-boggling specimens that grown in the garden and is aimed at 8-12 year olds. This is running throughout the summer. For more outdoor fun and education, head to the Terrific Tree Trail at Box Hill, where you can discover fascinating facts about an array of trees.
The history walk at Claremont Landscape Garden invites you to take in the sights of a garden which was once the playground of royalty and learn more about it from the expert guide.
The weekend starts here...
It's Wings and Wheels in Dunsfold this weekend. This family fun day out includes a five-hour airshow, motoring show, entertainment, crafts, a fairground, kids' zone and more. For more transport-related fun, head to the Brooklands Double Twelve Motorsport Festival with speed trials, driving tests, races for children, family entertainment and more.
It's Historic Life Weekend at Weald and Downland Museum, where you can see demonstrations from a range of craftspeople and displays, and Orienteering Weekend at Dapdune Wharf, where you can take part in a mini-orienteering trail or try the timed maze challenge.
On Saturday, the Young Archaeologists Club at Chertsey Museum offers a chance to try some Victorian Pottery, while Rocking Knights at Guildford Castle invites children to go back in time to medieval Guildford and create paper miniature rocking horses and knights to take home.
Don't forget, of course, that it's Father's Day on Sunday. So, after the children have cooked him breakfast in bed, dad can get in free at: Hatchlands Park, Claremont Landscape Garden (which also has a vintage car display), Winkworth Arboretum and Birdworld. Other Father's Day specials include free rides for dads at Godstone Farm a free cup of tea for dads at Mizens Railway and Father's Day games at Ham House.
Also on Sunday it is the Ockam Fete, with fun dog show, live music, classic cars and tractors, inflatable slides and more; open afternoon at Great Cockrow Railway, open day at RSPCA South Godstone and Weapons and Warriors day at Butser Farm. The Make Space is also open at Watts Gallery, for families to get messy trying new crafts.
The rest of the week
If you've got any energy left by Monday, there's a chance for new mums to do some exercise in Buggyfit at Polesden Lacey. This programme is designed for the post pregnancy body and takes place in the fresh air. Or, mums to be are invited to try a free yoga taster class through Busylizzy Guildford.
Little ones can take their favourite teddy along to Winkworth Arboretum on Monday for a picnic and afternoon of storytelling and songs. Sounds magical.
There is some storytelling for the under-fives at The Lightbox on Tuesday, or you can see a favourite story brought to life with The Tiger Who Came To Tea at G Live - this is also taking place on Wednesday.
Claremont Landscape Gardens is holding a fun-filled picnic for every bear that ever there was on Wednesday. The event will feature delightful stories and songs. Please take your own picnic. Especially for pre-school toddlers from 12 months old.
There's another chance for new mums to have a workout on Thursday with Buggyfit at Polesden Lacey. This programme is designed for the post pregnancy body and takes place in the fresh air.
Sport Weenies at Dapdune Wharf on Thursday is a special session for young visitors and their adult carers. This activity provides a fun introduction to sport, games and movement in a natural environment with an emphasis on participation, play and learning. An opportunity to learn the basic skills fundamental to enjoying sports and games throughout childhood and later life.
Museum Monkeys at Chertsey Museum on Friday is designed for under-fives and includes singing, stories and crafts. Or for a more messy activity, there is painting for the under-fives at The Lightbox Museum.
Circles in the Sand at Farnham Maltings on Friday is a tactile and sensory theatrical experience for the very young, featuring a sweeping soundscape and an interactive stay-and-play after the show, while Weird and Wonderful Weaving at Haslemere Museum is a drop-in, hands-on craft activity for the under-fives.
Family Warrior Weekend at Butser Farm begins on Friday and invites you to learn ancient skills from the Iron Age as a family and put them to the test with an overnight stay at the farm!
The weather has been very changeable recently - in fact, we even know people who have put their heating back on! Hopefully we will see it slightly more settled this week. Have a great time, whatever the weather.