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Best days out with the kids this summerBack

SpaceThe summer holidays are fast approaching and if you’ve got kids to entertain, you’ll no doubt be looking forward to that all important question – what are we doing today?!

The holidays can seem endless when you haven’t any plans, so it is well worth taking some time out now to start thinking about the perfect day trips for you and your family. And remember that not all day trips have to cost a fortune – a nice picnic in the park can often we just as fun for the kids and less stressful for you at the same time!

Check out Trusted Dealers pick of some of the best days out with kids this summer:

Seven Stories: Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Seven Stories is the only exhibition in the UK which is dedicated to the celebration of British Children’s literature and a visit to this exciting museum offers something for all the family, from great exhibitions and family activities to storytelling and talks with authors and illustrators. You will also discover an exciting treasure trove of past artwork and manuscripts from authors and illustrators. There is also a huge book shop which offers books for children of all ages. For further information visit http://www.sevenstories.org.uk

Chester Zoo: Chester

You’ll pack loads of exciting stuff into a day at Chester Zoo – and even then you’ll probably want to come back for the rest! The zoo has 110 acres of award-winning gardens to explore, and an incredible 11,000 animals to discover to include more than 400 species of rare, exotic and endangered wildlife. For younger children, there are plenty of play areas dotted about the zoo which will provide some light relief for the kids as well as the parents! For further information visit http://www.chesterzoo.org/

National Space Centre: Leicester

The National Space Centre is the UK’s largest attraction dedicated to space and is a fantastic day out for all the family. It offers endless hours of interactive discovery and fun, offering something for everyone with 6 themed galleries covering topics such as ‘Orbiting Earth’ and ‘Exploring the universe’, and each with amazing space rockets, satellites and capsules. There are hundreds of fun and educational interactive activities where your children will get the opportunity to learn more about the fascinating world of space. For further information visit http://www.spacecentre.co.uk/

Deep Sea World: Fife, Scotland
Deep Sea World is Scotland’s largest aquarium, with over 2,000 aquatic animals and one of the largest collections of sharks in Europe. Stand under one of the longest underwater tunnels in the world, explore the Amazon rainforest and enjoy the spectacular live theatre which brings the creatures of the deep to life. Deep Sea World is home to seals, piranhas and lots of other fascinating examples of marine life. For further information visit http://www.deepseaworld.com/

 

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 09/07/2013