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Spring Break Attractions

Spring Break Attractions

A trip to Warwick Castle is always a brilliant day out – apart from actually seeing the castle building itself, which was built in 1068, there are also lots of fun (as well as educational!) activities to watch and take part in. One of our favourites is the Horrible Histories: Mediaeval Mayhem which brings mediaeval life into the 21st century so we can experience it for ourselves! Other activities include the Trebuchet Fireball Spectacular – demonstrating how this terrifying siege machine actually worked – and the bowman, jousting and birds of prey displays. For full details, click here!

Another family favourite is Legoland – a fun-packed theme park with interactive rides and other attractions, as well as marvellous recreations of famous landmarks from around the world and all sorts of animals and other creatures dotted around the park, all built using nearly 55 million Lego bricks. So much to see and so much fun to be had – there’s even a hotel in the middle of the park, complete with LEGO themed rooms. For more details, click here!

The South Lakes Safari Zoo in Cumbria is another animal-themed day out. Try your hand at feeding giraffes and penguins or even a couple of the big cats there! Walk through enclosures amongst free roaming kangaroos, monkeys, lemurs and emus and get up really close! You can also book a family animal experience for special encounters with animals of your choice as well as be a keeper for a day. For more details, click here!

Alton Towers is a firm favourite with with fun for all the family.  From its thrilling rides for the ‘bigger kids’ amongst us to family rides for younger adventurers to enjoy as well, there is something for everyone. CBeebies Land is an interactive land at the resort where the youngest visitors can meet and play with their favourite CBeebies characters. New this year is the Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure. For more details, click here!


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