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We are lucky to live in a country with so many interesting and beautiful attractions - many of which can be enjoyed rain or shine! Have a look at our round up of a selection of exciting days out for the whole family this summer.
Take a walk on the wild side and visit Worburn Safari Park, which is home to over 1000 different animals from around the world.
Tea with the Queen, anyone? Windsor Castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and is open to visitors all year round.
Celebrate 200 years of the Institution of Civil Engineers and take in one of the world's greatest bridges - Clifton Suspension Bridge.
Get up close and personal with some unique farm animals at Abbotts View farm, including alpacas and pygmy goats!
Find some horticultural inspiration in the 40 acres of Cambridge University's Botanic Garden. They also offer a varied programme of events throughout the year.
There's plenty to see and do at Tatton Park, from the 1,000 acres of deer park to the fascinating collection of art and medieval memorabilia.
Explore a world of plants, exhibitions and stories at the famous Eden Project and don't forget to check out their calendar of events before you go.
Discover The World of Beatrix Potter and learn how the famous author drew inspiration for her stories, and her role in Lakeland conservation.
Take in one of the most dramatic views of the Peak District scenery by hiking to the top of Mam Tor.
Opened in 1890, Lynton & Lynemouth Cliff Railway is the highest and steepest totally water powered railway in the world. Make sure you treat yourself to a cream tea as well as the spectacular views when you get to the top!
Take advantage of a striking photo opportunity at Durdle Door, one Dorset's most iconic landmarks and England's first natural World Heritage Site.
Immerse yourself in the industrial history of the North East and visit the Beamish Museum, the UK's most popular living museum.
East Riding of Yorkshire
Around half a million species of birds flock to Bempton Cliffs every year, including gannets, guillemots and puffins - whether you're a keen bird watcher or not, it's a trip not to be missed.
Uncover the deep, dark secrets of the smugglers at the St Clements Caves, featuring plenty of interactive displays and activites - this really is an experience for the whole family to enjoy.
Who doesn't like to be beside the seaside? Enjoy great family value and fun at Clacton Pier with both indoor and outdoor activities to ensure the fun doesn't have to stop when the sun goes in.
Featuring ten stunning gardens sweeping around the castle and its grounds each with its own unique design, it's easy to see why Sudeley Castle makes for a fabulous day out in the Cotswolds.
There's so much to see and do at Beaulieu - including the National Motor Museum featuring over 250 vehicles including some of the earlies motor vehicles as well as F1 legends.
Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo allows to get up close and personal to the world's butterflies, providing you with a fun day out that educational too.
This is one for the adrenaline junkies out there - Lee Valley White Water Centre has a wide range of activities including the opportunity to go white water rafting on the Olympic course.
Isle of Wight
Visit the holiday home of Queen Victoria herself and discover all that Osborne House has to offer, including its award winning gardens.
The gateway to England's realm for more than nine centuries, Dover Castle has plenty to see and do - we recommend the underground hospital!
"What's a Singing Ringing Tree?" you might ask - it's a unique musical structure over looking Barnsley offering panoramic views of the surrounding scenery, and is not something to be missed.
The UK's only double-track, mainline heritage railway can be found at the Great Central Railway - did you know it is also the only place in the world two full size steam trains can be seeing passing each other?
Home to an original 1215 Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle is a major Norman castle built by William the Conqueror with plenty of interesting things to see and explore.
Learn all about the best-selling band of all time at The Beatles Story – you will be taking on an magical immersive journey from the group’s humble beginnings in Liverpool, to the dizzy heights of fame.
It’s easy to see why the Sandringham Estate is a favourite with the queen. Home to 24 hectares of stunning gardens and 240 hectares of woodland, there’s plenty going on at this country retreat.
Goathland Station is a must-see not just for Harry Potter fans, although it is where they filmed Hogsmeade Station in the first film, Heartbeat fans will also remember it feature as Aidensfield in the ITV programme.
Marvel at the Canal River Trust’s original collection of memorabilia, films and displays at The Canal Museum in Stoke Bruerne, where most of the buildings have been standing for over 200 years.
Take a trip to one of the world’s most extraordinary contemporary gardens, The Alnwick Garden. They have a variety of events and activities organised throughout the summer, so there is sure to be something going on for all to enjoy.
Especially good on a sunny day, Rufford Abbey Country Park boasts a number of facilities including a café, restaurant, deli, a gift shop and an outdoor living shop. The grounds are varied and plentiful, featuring a play area for children.
With exciting activities for young and old, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History is a perfect family-friendly day out that is as educational as it is fun.
Looking for some horticultural inspiration? Look no further than Barnsdale Gardens, home to Britain’s largest collection of individually designed gardens.
Step back in time to the Victorian area at Blists Hill Victorian Town. Meet the townspeople and learn more about what life was like more than 100 years ago.
There’s more to Wookey Hole than its world famous caves, but they are a very good place to start! Have a look at their varied calendar of special summer events – it’s a great day out whatever the weather.
Immerse yourself in the elements at Magna Science Adventure Centre, with activities and interactivity exhibits for all ages, everyone can learn and have fun.
Walking among the 140 monkeys living in freedom or relaxing on a terrace with an ice cream in hand – whatever pace you want to take, Trentham Monkey Forest is a must-visit.
From admiring galleries of fine art, to meeting former racehorses in the flagship home of Retraining Racehorses, you won’t be short of things to enjoy at Palace House in Newmarket.
Home of the Concorde, Brooklands Museum has a carefully curated calendar of family fun activities throughout the summer including car rights, special kids tours and family workshops.
Tyne & Wear
Newcastle’s Discovery Museum is an interesting science and local history museum located in the heart of the city with interactive and immersive exhibits aplenty.
Offering fabulous views as well as historical insight, a trip to Kenilworth Castle is sure to provide and varied and exciting day out for young and old alike.
What an indulgent way to spend the day – learn about the colourful history of the country’s favourite chocolate at Cadbury World, and make sure you treat yourself to a piece of their famous rock road at the end of your visit.
With an impressive 500 acres of gardens and woodlands featuring trees form around the world, as well as the world’s largest seed conservation project, Wakehurst is a great place to be at one with nature. They also have a Summer Explorers programme for the kids to enjoy.
As one of the best preserved Cistercian monasteries in the country, Kirkstall Abbey offers visitors an opportunity to step back in time and discover how the monks lived.
No trip to Wiltshire would be complete without a trip to Stonehenge, UNESCO World Heritage Site and British Cultural icon.
Home to an impressive collection of rare plants, shrubs and trees, the Spletchley Park Gardens offers a range of rooms and views appealing to all. They also have a lovely tea room offering traditional afternoon tea.
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