Father’s Day is fast approaching and so what better time to do something special together! If you’re feeling a little stuck for ideas, here are a couple that we think could really make it a day to remember.

2Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Kew Gardens is the perfect day out for a green fingered Daddy. Just 30 minutes from central London, it has beautiful and rare plants, glasshouses and historic buildings. Tickets are £15 for adults and £3.50 for kids and price includes entry to all buildings and attractions within the Gardens.



World Rugby Museum and Twickenham Stadium Tour

For a sports fan Dad, why not go on a behind-the-scenes guided tour of Twickenham’s most exclusive areas. The exciting exhibits bring to life some of the greatest moments in rugby history. You can take a seat in the England dressing room, experience the view from the royal box, and imagine the roar of the crowd as you run out of the tunnel to pitch-side. Tickets are available from £20 for adults and £12 for children.



Gentleman’s Afternoon Tea at The Athenaeum

If your Dad prefers savory to sweet treats, why not try The Athenaeums gentleman’s afternoon Tea. It includes tasty wild boar sausage rolls, mini steak and ale pies plus cheddar and bacon scones as well as a pot of tea with sticky toffee pudding and homemade whisky truffles. £34.50 per person.



Trotters Daddy & Me Swim Shorts

Back by popular demand, our Daddy & Me swim shorts make an adorable Father’s Day present! These flew off our shelves when we released them earlier this year and are still selling as a holiday must-have. Daddy shorts are £49 and kids start at £27.



A DIY present is always a fun and thoughtful way to celebrate your Daddy’s special day. A sharpie mustache is a great way to jazz up his favourite mug and why not add some cute paper ties to a pot of some tasty snacks? Another guaranteed success is a homemade Father’s Day hamper – you can put together food, drinks, magazines and little personal gifts that he will really appreciate.