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8 places to visit with the kids this Bank Holiday

April 26, 2017Lifestyle, Things To Do, Uncategorised

Horaay for May! Two bank holidays in one month, what could be better?

Oh wait, we’re Mums and we don’t get to party on a Sunday night and spend Monday in bed,  instead a bank holiday means one extra day we need to plan children’s activities for… Fear not, we have you covered with 8 places to take the kids to this Bank Holiday Weekend.

– Visit Blue Reef Aquarium – Tynemouth – 

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For a fun family day out in the North East visit Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth. From talented Seals to adorable otters, kids will love meeting all of the fish and animals.

– Visit Crealy Theme Park – Devon –

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If you’re visiting the cathedral of Exeter this weekend, take your little thrill seeker for a day at Crealy Theme Park! From scary rides to indoor play suitable for tiny tots, this is a fabulous day out for kids big and small.

Visit Diggerland – Yorkshire – 

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Yorkshire is renowned for its beautiful walks and quaint towns, but for a day out that the little ones will love take a trip to Diggerland in Castleford. The kids will get to ride on real diggers, rides and go-karts – giving Bob the Builder a run for his money!

– Visit Dreamland – Margate – 

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Located in the up-and-coming seaside town of Margate, Dreamland is a super-cool vintage amusement park. Recently renovated the fun park boasts vintage attractions such as helter-skelters, dodgems and a roller disco all situated on the scenic British seafront.

– Visit Dudley Zoo – Dudley – 

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For a bank holiday adventure in the Midlands look no further than Dudley Zoo! Your little explorer will love seeing the monkeys, big cats, pink flamingos, and reptiles all situated in the picturesque castle grounds.

– Visit Flambards Theme Park – Cornwall – 

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If your kid has a wild side they’ll love spending the day at Flambards Theme Park. It’s not all rides and play areas though, take a trip back in time with Flambards Victorian Village, Concord simulators, Vintage Motorbike Gallery and much more…

– Visit Gruffalo Spotters, Delamere Forest – Cheshire –  

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What little one isn’t a fan of the Gruffalo? Take a walk around Delamere Forest and watch it come to life with the Gruffalo Spotter App, look around for clues and see the Gruffalo, fox, owl and snake all come to life in front of your very eyes.

– Visit BeWILDerwood – Norfolk – 

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For curious children BeWILDerwood is the perfect day out, the magical forest is filled with treetop trails, mysterious mazes, scary lakes and much more wizardry. The whole family will enjoy a day out in the fresh air exploring this enchanting forest.

What are your plans this Bank Holiday Weekend?