Norfolk has Lots to Offer for Holidays with the Kids
Open from mid to late October, Bewilderwood near Hoveton in Norfolk with its treehouses, boat rides, woodland walks and children’s play areas offer plenty of family fun in a largely naturally beautiful environment. Encourage your kids to enjoy spending time in the great outdoors with a trip to this family-friendly Norfolk attraction.
There are also lots of farm parks to take the kids to, to see the animals, dotted around Norfolk, as well as a zoo at Banham. There are also plenty of soft play centres, indoor play centres, bowling alleys and cinemas, so no matter how old your children are, there should be plenty of options when it comes to places for fun times in Norfolk.
Staffordshire for Theme Parks
Staffordshire is home to Alton Towers, one of the UK’s best known theme parks. With rides and attractions to entertain all ages, from rollercoasters that will thrill teenagers to gentler rides and CBeebies land for toddlers, a holiday in Staffordshire close to Alton Towers could be a real hit with the kids.Also within an hour’s drive of Alton Towers is Drayton Manor Theme Park and zoo, where there is a Thomas the Tank Engine Land, lots of different rides, an indoor play area, shows and a Dinosaur trail.
Discover Dinosaur Related Attractions along the Jurassic Coast.
Lots of children, including both boys and girls, are fascinated by dinosaurs. Where better to take them then to feed this interest and help them learn more than Dorset’s Jurassic coast?