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  • #37709

    Anonymous

    Our favourite family day out was to Longleat safari park while we were on holiday in Somerset. We went with 2 small children and a baby and grandparents too. Although it’s quite pricey to get in, we all said we had the best day of the holiday there and we could have done with another day to make the most of it. We didn’t see all of it, there was that much to do! We don’t get to spend much time as a family due to working long hours, but we’ll remember that trip out forever. The kid’s, parents and grandparents absolutely loved it!!

    #37717

    Anonymous

    Woburn Safari is an amazing place.

    You get to be so close to the animals. The funniest is when you get to the monkeys and they try to steal your windscreen wipers from your vehicle.

    Lots to see, and do.

    Our children loved seeing the animals being fed & enjoyed our drive through the monkey park.

    You can go around as many times as you like. Good value for day out. We took a picnic, drinks & snacks to save on extra spending.

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    #37720

    Anonymous

    My families favourite day out is Alton Towers. We have been many time and still feel like we haven’t seen anything. Something for every age and member of our family.

    #37721

    Anonymous

    Favourite family day out has to be to Warwick – to include the castle (and water mill!) is compulsory which delivers historical, modern and educational entertainment. St Nicholas park on the opposite side of the main road provides an alternative complementary yet diverse experience ensuring a packed dawn to dusk day trip.

    #37722

    Anonymous

    Our favourite family day out is a day at Whitley Bay beach, it’s perfect! has a fantastic park,a beautiful beach and lots of arcades. It’s only 15 minutes from us so it’s a day we enjoy regularly. A couple of pound changed into 2ps gives my son ages in the a arcades and we finish with fish and chips.

    #37756

    Anonymous

    Our favourite day out (we went 3 times last year) was to Warwick Castle. There is so much to see and do. From jousting on horses to juggling and sword fights it’s a small boys’ dream place. As well as the entertaining events on the field and in the castle grounds we also played on a great childrens play area and there are also great interactive areas for children based on the Horrible Histories and with loads interesting facts to learn through play and discovery. The falconery birds that were flown a couple of times a day are also available to wander around and look at. I must admit the meals are a bit pricey so a picnic is a good idea especially if you have fussy eaters but this really does feel like a special day out. There is glamping on the site too so if you live a little way it might be worth booking an overnight s this also includes 2 days entrance fees. I highly recommend it.

    #37758

    Anonymous

    Some of our best days out as a family have been to the local country park. A lovely walk in the woods, lunch in the cafe next to a wildlife pond with loads of birds, bees and butterflies, then games on the grass and the walk back through the woods on the way home. It’s nothing fancy or expensive, but we always have loads of fun. Having said that, we did also have a brilliant time at Legoland earlier this year, and the kids are dying to go again!

    #37759

    Anonymous

    My boys love going to our local park especially in the winter.we wrap up nice and warm and put our wellies on and find the deepest puddles to jump in šŸ™‚ we search for bugs and wriggly worms and finish off with a game of hide and seek then head to the tea room for a hot cuppa and a sausage roll šŸ™‚

    #37780

    Anonymous

    Our favourite day out as a family is anywhere where we can spend quality time together and forget the pressures of everyday life. It is anywhere that we can create happy memories for the children to carry with them forever.

    #37781

    Anonymous

    My favourite day out recently was to Legoland in Windsor. This was always a favourite of my youngest when she was tiny. Even going back now she’s older, and with her grown up siblings, we all had a wonderful, albeit tiring, day out. The highlight was us all getting soaked on a ride where you slide down a chute in small rubber rafts. Even a small rain shower didn’t put the dampers on the day – so much to see and do.

    #37782

    Anonymous
      FREE FUN IN LONDON…YES REALLY!

    With our 4 year old daughter we catch a tube to South Kensington. Then it’s Science Museum and/or Natural History Museum. If it’s a hot day then we might pop over to the V&A & my little one can splash in the pool in the courtyard. Once we’re museum’d out, walk up Exhibition Road into Hyde Park & then on either to The Princess Diana Memorial Gardens or the superb, recently refurbished playground just South of The Serpentine. Take a packed lunch & this becomes a free day out. London can be stupidly expensive, but if you know where to go, there is so much free fun to be had. šŸ™‚

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    #37785

    Anonymous

    enjoy your day with love and happiness

    #37796

    Anonymous

    our favourite family day out is alton towers theme park it’s fun filled from start to finish and something to do for all age ranges. I love the fact you have all the buzz from the theme park and if you want a break from it you can wander in the gardens, you forget you’re even in a theme park it’s so quiet.

    #37797

    Anonymous

    Our favourite day out was going on a tree top climbing adventure. We all had to work together to climb along ropes high in the trees and overcome fears. Thinking back it was really good because the kids helped us (mum & dad) to face our fears and challenge ourselves (like we try to do to them),a role reversal!

    #37890

    Anonymous

    Just wondering who won, fingered crossed

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