Need days out ideas or places to visit with the kids during your UK family holiday? Here you go…
Get close to your favourite animals at Woburn Safari Park where the residents include lions, tigers, bears, zebras, giraffes, rhinos, lemurs, penguins, squirrel monkeys, wallabies, marmosets, sea lions, camels and lots lots more. Take a boat out on the lake, or have a trip on the Woburn railway. There are also fantastic play areas for children to really let off steam and monkey around in!
Come and see all about your favourite wild animals at Dublin Zoo! Taking up twenty eight hectares in the heart of Dublin, the zoo is easy to get to and makes for an exciting day out. Children get the chance to learn and see lots. Dublin Zoo is a registered charity and your visit will help contribute to its important conservation work.
Yesterday’s World – Bringing the Past to Life... An amazing journey through history with life-size street scenes and shop displays! Our award-winning museum attraction recaptures our amazing past, and is considered to be one of the best social history collections in the UK. It's a Great Value Day Out the whole family will enjoy!
A lovely place to visit for children to observe nature, to go on lovely walks, and to look out for wading birds, ducks, birds of prey and rare birds at different times of the year as well as water voles and dragonflies. There's also an adventure playground, a toddler's playground and a cafe.
Flambards is the West Country's leading family attraction with rides for everyone, family fun and entertainment. Don’t forget to visit the award-winning and unique exhibitions including the The Victorian Village and the Britain in the Blitz. There is so much to do at Flambards. Whatever your age, whatever your interest, there is something for everyone!
Rosemoor's present day grounds cover some 35 acres. Of these, some 20 acres have been dedicated as a Nature Reserve. Through the valley in which the Reserve lies and over which Rosemoor looks out, a small stream flows to the sea, discharging itself through Sandyhaven Pill into the Milford Haven estuary. With the help of a grant from the Nature Conservancy Council this stream was dammed, creating a 5½-acre lake which now forms the heart of the Reserve.
Unique to the UK – the only place you can walk amongst 140 free roaming Barbary macaques in 60 acres of beautiful English forest. Walking in the park you are transported into a different world through close contact with the monkeys.
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