Travel Agenda: Legoland Live!; National Maritime Museum; Montreal Festimania; Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire
Saturday 16 July 2011
Today: Festivals are not all about muddy boots and tent cities. At "Legoland Live! My First Festival" in Windsor, Berkshire, the one-day line-up includes the Zingzillas, Postman Pat, and Fifi and the Flowertots, and not a muddy field in sight ( legoland.co.uk). Meanwhile in Greenwich, south-east London, the new Sammy Ofer Wing is open at the National Maritime Museum with the exhibition High Arctic, which examines the future of this fragile icy region; until January 2012 ( nmm.ac.uk).
This week: Montreal Festimania has unleashed its summer season of circus, fashion, film, music and indigenous and African cultural events, which runs until 9 August ( montrealfestimania.com).
In the diary: The Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire, on the south-west coast of Scotland, is hosting the residential "Monty Summer School" from 19-21 August. The golf school is being hosted by Colin Montgomerie, pictured, at his Links Golf Academy and is open to golfers of any ability and includes accommodation at the luxury resort ( luxurycollection.com/turnberry).
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