October 16, 2012

Family Friendly Destinations In The UK

Sometimes it can be hard for families to find a holiday that would suit every member. It’s also hard to find a place that has enough activities to keep everyone happy. If you and your family are thinking of keeping it domestic this year, here is a list of some of the most amazing holiday destinations the British Isles has to offer:

Family Friendly Destinations In The UK – LEGOLAND Windsor

LEGOLAND was built with the 3-12 age range in mind so if you have a child anywhere within this bracket they are sure to have the time of their lives at LEGOLAND. When your kids are still a little too small to be riding any of the big rides at the major resorts, they can try their hand at the roller coasters and log flumes all specially made for the their age range. There is an amazing themed hotel onsite that will fulfil any LEGO related childhood fantasy from the Pirate Room, Adventure, and Kingdom themed rooms.

Family Friendly Destinations In The UK – King Arthur’s Labyrinth Machynlleth, Powys

No matter what the weather the whole family can have a day out to remember at the underground adventure that is King Arthur’s Labyrinth. You are taken on a journey deep under the Snowdonia mountain range as your hooded tour guide sails the party down forgotten underground canals that tell the story a thousand years in the making. The surrounding area of this historic wonderland is also breath-taking so if you really want to make a break out of it, book a cottage with www.wales-cottages.info and really submerge yourself in the local culture.

Family Friendly Destinations In The UK – Jorvik Viking Centre, York

The history of this ancient town spans 1000 years into the past. Every member of the family will be absolutely spell bound by the amazing antiquities on offer at the Jorvik Viking Centre. You will want to set a whole day aside for your visit to this centre of historic interest and if you’re coming from afar, check out one of the boutique bed & breakfasts in the quaint cobbled city centre.

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