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Top places to visit this EasterBack

The holidays can seem like the longest stretch of time if you’re stuck at home with the kids, which is why it’s a good idea to plan a few day trips. With Easter comes the spring weather which provides more opportunity for outdoor pursuits, and there is plenty of fantastic places to take children if you know where to find them.

Why not go online and search for some of the best day trips for children in your area, or for more ideas, the Trusted Dealers have listed some of their favourite destinations to visit in the UK this Easter.


You can’t go wrong with a trip to London, it’s the capital of the country which in itself is exciting, and this busy continental city has something for everyone. Some of the highlights to visit in London include Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London – one of the most historic buildings in the world and home to the famous Crown Jewels. Taking an open-top bus ride or a Thames River Cruise is a good way to take in some of the sights at once, not to mention a real highlight for children.

Windsor Castle & the City of Bath

Take in two of the UK’s national treasures all in one day. First stop is Windsor Castle, home to the Royal Family for 900 years and still the official residence of the Queen. Take the opportunity to visit the magnificent State Apartments and explore the castle grounds including the fourteenth-century St George’s Chapel. Next stop is the beautiful Georgian City of Bath where you can visit some of the finest architectural sights in Europe, including Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, the Circus, Assembly Rooms and the famous Pulteney Bridge. You can also explore the Roman Baths, built around the thermal springs providing water supply for more than 2,000 years.

Warwick Castle

Visit Medieval Warwick Castle and you’ll be taken on a trip through the castle’s 1,000 year history to include bloody battles, extravagant banquets and royal ceremony. Visit the Madame Tussaud’s waxworks display where you can even hear the Earl of Warwick as he prepares for battle. You can also take a tour around the gruesome dungeons where prisoners were tortured or stroll through the Castle’s beautifully tended gardens. Nearby are The Cotswolds and also the City of Oxford, both of which make a good overnight stop-over.

The Lake District

The Lake District is one of the most beautiful areas in the North of England and a great place to explore. There are plenty of excellent walks as well as the famous Lake Windermere which offers a plethora of water sports to satisfy all tastes. Some of the additional highlights include a trip to Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top Farm where Beatrix Potter wrote many of her famous children’s stories, taking a cruise on Coniston Water, the Medieval Hawkshead Village and a drive through the breath taking Yewdale Valley.

Posted by Leana Kell on 08/03/2013