Location: Cornbury Estate, Oxfordshire
Website: www.wildernessfestival.com (http://www NULL.wildernessfestival NULL.com/)
Wilderness Festival (http://www NULL.wildernessfestival NULL.com) is a little different, billing itself as ‘A Celebration shaped by Nature, a Landscape Transformed by the Arts’ it takes places in a stunning location in the wilds of Oxfordshire.
Location: Brecon Beacons, Wales
Website: www.greenman.net (http://www NULL.greenman NULL.net)
The Green Man Festival (http://www NULL.greenman NULL.net) is set in beautiful countryside in the Brecon Beacons in Wales. The atmosphere is relaxed and welcoming and the music diverse and beautiful.
Green Man is very popular with families, many of whom return year after year. There is a designated family camping area near to the entertainment and loads of workshops and activities for the kids to join in with.
Larmer Tree Gardens, Dorset/Wilts borders
Website: www.endoftheroadfestival.com (http://www NULL.endoftheroadfestival NULL.com)
Highlights for Families:
End of the Road prides itself on being an intimate and friendly festival.
It’s a festival that everyone can enjoy – this year they are trying to ensure that the festival is particularly family friendly. There is a dedicated children’s and family area.
If the title of this post grabbed your attention, then it’s probably a good idea to have a good think about your priorities at a festival before you go… will you feel short-changed if the adult-time doesn’t happen, or is it just an added bonus if you manage it?
One of our contributors, Louise, shared her take on adult-time with us (more…)