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Lightwater Valley Theme Park
Lightwater Valley Theme Park

If your kids love amusement parks or you are looking for the perfect birthday activities – we have a winning choice for you: Lightwater Valley Theme Park in North Stainley, North Yorkshire! You are welcome to join this park and experience a fun-filled day with thrill, chills and adventure! Lightwater Valley Theme Park includes your [...]

National Coal Mining Museum
National Coal Mining Museum

The National Coal Mining Museum in Yorkshire’s Wakefield is housed in the Caphouse Colliery which originally opened in the 18th century. It’s a unique museum that will excite and educate your young. A Mining Tribute The Colliery makes you acutely aware of the hardships suffered by the miners and the inherent dangers they endured during [...]

A Boat Trip on the River Ouse in York
A Boat Trip on the River Ouse in York

York can be a crowded city, especially during the school holidays so be the clever family and take a trip on the river to see the sights from the comfort of your floating seats away from the crowded streets! Boat Facts Boat trips start from King’s Staith or Lendal Bridge, stunningly decorated with iron scroll [...]

Bridlington Seaside
Bridlington Seaside

Visit the family resort of Bridlington for a perfect balance of natural beauty, heritage interest and award-winning promenades, you won’t be disappointed! Immaculate Sandy Beaches From its promenades full of carnival sideshows, fairground rides and old-fashioned amusements to eateries and yellow sandy beaches, Bridlington is a great day out in Yorkshire. Those immaculate sandy beaches [...]

National Media Museum
National Media Museum

Meet a Dalek, change film lenses, watch a professional animator at work and examine iconic objects created by BBC’s Blue Peter presenters – these are just three of the hundreds of things you can learn about and take part in at the National Media Museum in Yorkshire’s Bradford! Devoted to Media Seven floors packed full [...]

Magna Science Adventure Centre
Magna Science Adventure Centre

The Magna Science Adventure Centre truly is a Science Adventure, with pavilions of Earth, Air, Water and Fire it is the ultimate in interactive experiences. Element Pavilions Cleverly organised in to four areas so that you can make the most of your visit -head for the Earth pavilion to explode a quarry, choose Air for [...]

Spurn Point National Nature Reserve
Spurn Point National Nature Reserve

Forming a natural breakwater between the Humber and the North Sea, Spurn Head is a long sandy spit that curves 5lm from Yorkshire across the Humber estuary and is an awesome place to take your family – immerse them in the natural world and watch them learn! Birdwatcher’s Paradise The ancient grey dunes and chalk [...]

Eureka! The National Children’s Museum
Eureka! The National Children’s Museum

Eureka! The National Children’s Museum has been designed to specifically introduce children to the life sciences at work in the world they live in. Promoting Curiosity The displays promote knowledge in the best way, by promoting curiosity and a desire to find out more by pressing buttons, guiding a machine or flicking switches. Age groups [...]

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