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Top five FREE places to visit in the UKBack

mallardThe school holidays can cause all manner of stress for parents who are worried about where to take their little ones to keep them amused. Days out can prove very costly, but there are many places you can visit that are absolutely free.

Below is Trusted Dealers’ pick of the best places to visit for free in the UK this season.

National Railway Museum, York

The National Railway Museum is a fantastic all-year round attraction. Situated in York in the heart of North Yorkshire, the museum is home to an impressive collection of steam engines and trains to include legends such as the Mallard, the world’s fasted steam train and the iconic Japanese Bullet Train. Take a simulator ride, marvel at the ingenious model railways or enjoy the many interactive exhibits – there is plenty for all the family to enjoy! For further information visit www.nrm.org.uk

Science Museum, London

London can be an expensive place, but providing you do your homework, you can enjoy a great day out for free! There are plenty of museums which open their doors to the public 7 days a week for no extra cost to you. The Science Museum offers the opportunity to experience an incredibly diverse collection of relics from real-life planes and cars, to exploring the wonder of space travel and beyond. There is something here for everyone whatever your age! For further information visit http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh

The Royal Botanic Gardens is a mecca for young families offering plenty of space for little ones to run around as well as thousands of different species of plants and flowers to look at. Take a climb to the top of the Rock Garden and look across the city or visit the ducksin the pond. Get back to nature with the Scottish Heath and Woodland Gardens or wind your way up the Chinese Hillside and explore the fantastic glass houses filled with exotic plants. You can visit The Terrace Café which is family friendly and serves a delightful selection of hot and cold food. For further information visit http://www.rbge.org.uk/

Brockhole, The Lake District, Cumbria

Brockhole is home to the Lake District Visitor Centre and overlooks the famous Lake Windermere, between Troutbeck Bridge and Ambleside. It offers a fantastic adventure playground where children can captain a miniature lake steamer, fly high on swings or have fun with the wacky tunnel noise. With a lakeside setting, fabulous gardens, an information centre, a gift shop and a café there is plenty to keep you occupied. Access for pushchairs and bikes is also good and you can enjoy some glorious views from the Lakeshore across Windermere to the Langdale fells. For further information visit www.brockhole.co.uk

Weymouth Bay, Dorset

Weymouth bay was recently chosen to be the bay of choice for the amazing sailing competition as part of the London 2012 Olympics and it is not hard to see why. This beautiful bay has often been referred to as ‘England’s Bay of Naples’ due to its beautiful scenic coastline, cliffs and rolling hills in the distance. Coupled with its soft golden sands and safe bathing waters, it is hard to find anywhere in the UK quite like it. It remains largely unspoilt and makes for a great family trip out whatever the weather. For further information visit www.weymouth-dorset.co.uk/beach.html

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 29/10/2013