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Days out in the UK

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Eastbourne, East Sussex

Beachy Head is an ideal location for walks, picnics, flying a kite, or for the extreme minded hang gliding and mountain biking. The 500 ft chalk cliffs offer...

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Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Taunton, Somerset

An under-floor Plesiosaur, the largest collection of Roman coins ever discovered in Britain and a chilling recreation of the infamous Bloody Assizes – ...

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History Museums
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Skegness, Lincolnshire

Batemans Brewery have been craft brewers since 1874, evolving into the brand name they are today. Visitors are invited to take a fantastic tour around the br...

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Breweries
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Bushmills, Moyle

When the Giant's Causeway was discovered in 1693, it was often regarded as the 8th Wonder of the World. Made up of over 40,000 basalt steps, the Giant's Caus...

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Geologic Formations
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Paignton, Devon

Splashdown Waterpark offers a great day out for the whole family to enjoy, with 2 brilliant venues for you to choose from, nationwide. Splashdown Waterpark Q...

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Water Parks
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Ripley, Derbyshire

Ripley Castle has been home to the Ingilby family for over 700 years. It is also where Jane Ingilby heald Oliver Cromwell at gunpoint.

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Castles
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Preston, Lancashire

Do you have the brains to escape? With six fun yet tricky escape games to choose from, gather your friends and see if you can solve tricky clues and puzzles ...

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Escape Games
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Torquay, Devon

The Babbacombe Theatre, in Torquay, is situated on the beatiful Babbacombe Downs and is arguably one of the most popular theatres in the South West. From hum...

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Theatre & Performances
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Beaulieu, Hampshire

Buckler’s Hard, on the banks of the Beaulieu River, is an 18th century shipbuilding village, where ships for Nelson’s Trafalgar fleet were once b...

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Speciality Museums
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Cranbrook, Kent

Admire the architecture of the buildings and delve into the lives of those who lived or came to stay at the castle.

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Castles
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City of London, London

The home of the City of London’s art collections, with notable Victorian and London-themed art and classic, contemporary and quirky temporary exhibitions.

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Art Galleries
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Porthmadog, Gwynedd

Welsh Highland Heritage Railway take you on a train ride that stops so you can look at places such as the Engine Sheds, where you get to climb into the cabs ...

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Rail Tours
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Poole, Dorset

Poole Park opened its gates in 1890 and is now the most popular public open space in Poole. This 100 acre park is home to both freshwater and brackish lakes,...

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Parks
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Birmingham, West Midlands

  Join your friends, put your thinking caps on and try your hand at escaping from a room with just sixty minutes on the clock. With five different esca...

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Escape Games
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Paignton, Devon

A vast collection of animals await visitors at Paignton Zoo including the rare Cuban crocodile, black rhino, sumatran tiger and giant tortoise.

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Zoos
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Edinburgh, Edinburgh

The Royal Observatory Edinburgh (ROE) is a Victorian astronomy centre, which offers visitors pre-booked tours and telescopic stargazing - as well as weekly l...

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Observatories & Planetariums
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Leeds, West Yorkshire

  Home to a variety of different areas including, an array of quarter pipes, flat banks, blocks, obstacles and a one of a kind ramp known as the Pool, ...

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Sports Complexes
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Tower Bridge Rd, Berkshire

Enjoy amazing views of the Thames from the top of the world’s most famous bridge.

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Bridges
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Doncaster, South Yorkshire

View greyhound racing at Meadow Court Stadium in Doncaster. They have T.V. systems all round so you can't miss any of the action.

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Dog Tracks
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Clovelly, Devon

Voted North Devon’s Top Day Out with the Kids in 2012, 2013 & 2104. Now even bigger and better, following massive investment in new attractions and...

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Amusement & Theme Parks
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Arundel, West Sussex

Amberley Museum is a 36 acre site dedicated to the industrial heritage of the south-east. The Museum contains a wide range of exhibits, from transport-based ...

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History Museums
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Brecon, South Wales

The Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre includes attractions ranging from guided walks to theatres.

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Visitor Centres
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Northampton, Northamptonshire

Enjoy Segway riding or would just really like to give it a go? Then a session at Segway Northants is the perfect oppurtunity to do so. With one hour slots av...

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Segway Tours
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Northampton, Northamptonshire

Northampton Funhouse Comedy Club is 1 of many Funhouse Comedy Club venues in the UK. As the UK's foremost promoters and bookers of live stand-up comedy, esta...

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Comedy Clubs
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Northampton, Northamptonshire

Dallington Park is a pleasant open space, boasting large trees and shrubberies. Gifted to Northampton in 1921, by Messrs C.E. and T.D. Lewis, the park today ...

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Parks
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Llangollen, North Wales

Forced to climb to the summit, modern visitors experience the struggle and the exhilaration that the castle's medieval inhabitants - and their Edwardian atta...

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Castles
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Liverpool, Merseyside

The International Slavery Museum is the only national museum in the world dedicated to the history of the transatlantic slave trade and its legacy. The exhib...

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Speciality Museums
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Manchester, Greater Manchester

The Manchester Museum displays one of the largest and most important exhibition of Egyptology in the UK. Kids will love the vivarium with live amphibians and...

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Natural History Museums
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Leeds, West Yorkshire

  Established in the eighteenth century, Saint Anne's Cathedral still stands tall to this day as a fantastic piece of religous architecture. A tranquil...

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Churches & Cathedrals
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Matlock Bath, Derbyshire

Sir Richard Arkwright's 1783 showpeice Masson Mills, on the river Derwent at Matlock Bath are the finest surviving and best preserved example of one of Arkwr...

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Architectural Buildings
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Hastings, East Sussex

With a wide range of safe and clean softplay equipment, this indoor play centre has something suitable for all children up to 12 years old. From ball pits, t...

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Playgrounds
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Llandudno, Conwy

Wells Fitness Health Club in Llandudno is the ultimate in health and fitness, using state-of-the-art technology to help people achieve what they want. Whethe...

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Health Clubs
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Camden, London

Camden Market first opened its doors with just 16 stalls, as a small arts and crafts fair in the backyard of Dingwalls. Once only open on Sundays, today the ...

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Flea & Street Markets
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Buxton, Derbyshire

You can expect to find information on geology, archaeologoy and history of the Peak District here.

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Natural History Museums
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Eynsford, Kent

Lullingstone Villa is one of the most exciting archaeological finds to date.

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Ancient Ruins
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Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

Xscape in Milton Keynes is the ultimate entertainment destination, which offers visitors a unique combination of extreme sports and leisure activities, with ...

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Game & Entertainment Centres
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Keswick, Cumbria

Visitors to Mirehouse & Gardens are invited to take a step back in time, to experience this 17th century Estate and all that it has to offer. Explore thi...

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Historic Sites
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Torquay, Devon

Tessier Gardens is a small and delightful park, hidden away between Babbacombe and St. Mary church. Although it was given to the town in 1933 as an 'adults o...

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Gardens
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Cowes, Isle of Wight

Former holiday home for Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their nine children, Osborne House allows visitors to get a glimpse into the former Queen's family ...

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Historic Sites
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Inverness, Highlands and Islands

Breakout Games in Inverness, is one of 2 Breakout Games in Scotland, where a third is coming soon to Dundee. Groups of 2-6 people get locked in a room, which...

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Escape Games
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Canvey Island, Essex

The oldest of originally three (known) Dutch Cottages on Canvey Island, this one is dated 1681. It was occupied into the twentieth century until it was made ...

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Speciality Museums
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Maldon, Essex

At the newly refurbished Blackwater Leisure Centre there is a huge range of activities on offer. From swimming to the large and extremely well equipped gym. ...

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Sports Complexes
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Stirling, Stirling

This fun, family-friendly farm park has tonnes of activities including tractor go karts, toddler trikes, play frames, a Zip Wire, Jumping Pillows and more as...

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Farms
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Tintagel, Cornwall

For anyone that wants to explore all that Cornwall has to offer, a Cornish Heritage Safari is perfect. With oppurtunities to see the unique sites of this ama...

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Sightseeing Tours
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Preston, Lancashire

As one of the north-west's largest play centres, Giddy Kids has tonnes of softplay equipment to explore and plenty of activities suitable for all young child...

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Playgrounds
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Boscastle, Cornwall

This unique museum is home to the world's largest collection of witchcraft related artefacts and regalia.

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Speciality Museums
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Hastings, East Sussex

Alexandra Park in Hastings was officially opened in 1882, by the Prince and Princess of Wales. The Grade II listed, 109 acre park has a wonderful tree collec...

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Parks
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Bristol, Bristol

Climb aboard the modern Matthew, built to celebrate the 500 year anniversary of John Cabot's famous voyage to Newfoundland in 1497, and discover the fantasti...

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Boat Tours
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Portsmouth, Hampshire

Portsmouth Museums have over 114,000 specimens from a number of different areas and many of them are displayed here for your education and entertainment. Fro...

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Natural History Museums