The UK’s best family day trip locationsAugust 12, 2015
Port Lympne & Howletts Wild Animal Park
Located in Kent, these two safari parks offer an exclusive wildlife experience like no other and are among the most popular safari parks in the UK. There are countless experiences, activities and events delivered all year round, ensuring every individual visit is as unique and breath-taking as the last. VIP and dusk safaris mean you’ll be accompanied by your own personal Expert Ranger who will be on hand to answer all your animal queries and escort you on your mission to get up close and personal with some of the most magical forms of wildlife.
For an amazing family day out, find out more about Port Lympne’s new, exhilarating activities such as fishing, zorbing and cycling. Day tickets are a great price and you can even extend your stay with some incredible on-site, in-the-thick-of-it, African-safari inspired accommodation. Book now – it’s sure to blow your socks off!
Crocky Trails, Chester
The Crocky trails, located just outside of Chester, is a thrilling outdoor adventure – fit for all ages and perfect for families! Enjoy a mile-long obstacle and activity course that includes scrambling through trees, climbing over crooked bridges and swinging over the Crocky stream. There’s huge slides, a hamster wheel, rope swings, a maze, and a climbing pyramid – every gravity-defying obstacle you could imagine! Get your knees dirty and challenge the whole family. Explore the Crocky map, check out admission prices and start organising your adrenaline-filled family day out, now!
White Scar Cave, Ingleton, Yorkshire
This electrifying 80-minute underground cave walk will both amaze and exhilarate you and your family on your next adventurous day out. The cave is full of mind-blowing rock formations, waterfalls and vast subterranean caverns. It is four miles of fascinating, naturally-formed, stone statues. Visit their website to see visitor reviews of just how awesome the White Scar Cave experience is!
Albert Docks, Liverpool
For a mixture of museums, eateries, water-based activities and boat tours, head to the Albert Docks in Liverpool for a wonderful family day out. There’s hundreds of happenings each week so you’re sure to have an exciting, fun-packed experience. Albert Dock is the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country, hosting a whole host of vibrant culture; international art, award-winning museums, fabulous bars and restaurants and glamorous hotels. Things to check out: Magical Mystery Tour, Tate Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, boat hire and free pedalo rides!
Which of these locations would you and your family love? Comment below with your favourite and let us know if you have any helpful tips or recommendations for fun, family days out!