4 Perfect Days Out with the Family in the UK

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Families are always looking for new ways to have fun on days out. If you’re struggling for ideas for your next day out, these 4 ideas might be useful for you.

  1. Longleat Safari Park

Longleat Safari Park allows you and the family to see some of the most interesting animals in the world up close. There are not many places in which you can watch a giraffe pass in front of your car before driving past a pride of lions. And that’s just two examples of the animals on show in the park.

There are also zebras, tigers, rhino and wallabies. For young children, there’s also the Animal Adventure section. This is where the smaller, more cuddly animals can be seen. There are guinea pigs and tortoises that the kids can pet and help to feed. There’s also an adventure playground and a butterfly house to explore.

  1. Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is an amusement park, and one of the most popular ones in Britain. It’s been open since the end of the 19th century, and tourist have been flocking to it ever since. It has some of the most famous record-breaking roller coasters in the world, including the Grand National, Big Dipper and Nickelodeon Streak.

It’s a great place to spend a day with the family if you want to do something fun and thrilling. Family days out in Blackpool will never leave you bored. You have the beaches, the Blackpool Tower and, of course, the roller coasters at the Pleasure Beach. So, why not give it a chance?

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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  1. National Space Centre

If you have children that are obsessed with astronauts and outer space, you have to take them to the National Space Centre. It’s the largest attraction in the country that’s totally dedicated to space and teaching people about space. It’s a great attraction for kids because there’s so much there to keep them interested.

You can spend hours exploring all the interactive exhibits. The centre is split into various sections that focus on different parts of space. You’ll be able to find out about space orbit, the wider universe and space rocket technology. It manages to be very educational as well as great fun.

  1. Deep Sea World

Deep Sea World is Scotland’s largest aquarium. It has more than 2000 aquatic animals, as well as a huge collection of sharks. What’s best about Deep Sea World is the underwater tunnels you can walk through. It’s home to one of the largest underwater tunnels in the whole world, and kids love exploring it.

There’s lots for the children in the family to learn too. The exhibits are all fully explained and there’s a live theatre that helps to bring the facts and animals to life for the children. But any attraction that allows kids to marvel at sharks, piranhas and seals is always going to be popular with the whole family.

These 4 ideas are all fantastic, so next time you’re looking for something to do with the family, consider these options.