The school holidays are over which means everywhere is nice and quiet if you fancy taking your tots on an adventure! That’s why we’ve found some of the best places to visit around the UK to make your little ones feel lucky!
Have slipping, sliding fun on Woodlands Park‘s amazing water rides, have bundles of fun in the massive indoor play area, or for something a little bit more relaxing visit the exotic creatures in the reptile park and the Sika Deer in their wild paddock to the talking parrots in the big barn aviary.
Farmer Palmers Farm Park
7 miles from Rockley Park
Once you’ve visited Farmer Palmers Farm Park one time, you’re bound to want to keep going back to the fun-filled family attraction in Dorset. With opportunities to get up close and personal with the animals, test drive pedal tractors and climb and crawl through the Straw Mountain there’s literally so much to do and no limits to the amount of fun! See the website for opening times, prices and moooo-re information.
Lee Valley Park Farms
At Lee Valley Park Farms you can test your little ones’ archaeological skills at the Dino Dig and Splash, take to the slopes on a thrilling toboggan run with Alpine Adventure and bounce, climb and ride on the exciting Hilltop Adventure which has some stunning picturesque views for you adults!
There is a Beach Barn, Boating Lake and Jumping Pillows, along with plenty of animal experiences where you can get up close to Cattle Country‘s furry residents. And just for the under 6s there’s a soft play area and tube slides!
Clerkenhill Adventure Farm
You simply have to take the woodland adventure farm trail, full interesting swings and slides and sights along the way when you visit the magnificent Clerkenhill Adventure Farm! Then your little ones can explore the big adventure castle or pop into the summer house cafe and have a relax and a bite to eat.
If you fancy something a little bit different then you could take your kids to do some fruit and picking at Hendrewennol in the Vale of Glamorgan. Blueberries are the newest fruit you can find, while raspberries, strawberries, gooseberries, red, white and blackcurrants, tayberries and blackberries have been picked there for years! It’s a lovely day out, especially as you can enjoy the glorious Welsh countryside.