4 Great Places to Take Your Kids in 2016

Bewilderwood – Norfolk

Set in 50 acres of woodland in the Norfolk Broad’s, Bewilderwood is an enormous adventure playground which offers something more wholesome than your average theme park. Populated with magical characters from the designer Tom Blofeld’s own books – children can climb into the canopy, swing from branches, explore tree houses, cross rope bridges and whizz down zip lines. Suitable for active kids from toddlers to early teens – it’s a great escape for parents too.

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The Eden Project – Cornwall

The Eden Project lets you experience a tropical rainforest, right here in the UK. Situated near the south coast of Cornwall, it’s within an hour’s drive of almost any holiday destination in Cornwall or Devon. Within the hot and humid ‘biomes’ you’ll find all sorts of weird and wonderful tropical plants, including many we consume every day – like bananas, coffee and grapes. Kids will learn about the relationships between plants and people, and the issues facing our food and sustainability. At 660m long, the Skywire zip line, above the biospheres, is the longest in England.

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Blaenau Ffestiniog – North Wales

Situated in the centre of Snowdonia national park, this former slate-mining town has reinvented itself as a hub for some surprising activities. Whilst exploring The Llechwedd Slate Caverns, and learning about the lives of Victorian slate miners, might not be top of every child’s wish list – Bounce Below and Zip World will! Bounce Below is a huge network of giant trampolines within the expansive caverns, allowing kids (and parents) to bounce around beneath the rocks. Zip World Fforest (also at Bethesda and Betws Y Coed) has the longest zip line is Europe – and the fastest in the world!

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Alnwick Castle & Kielder Water – Northumberland

Few children have been untouched by Harry Potter. As the setting for a number of scenes in the movies – including the Quidditch matches – Alnwick Castle in Northumberland lets kids relive the magic. First mentioned in 1136, the castle is also home to some fascinating exhibits, including military and archaeological history. It was also the location for the 2014 Downtown Abbey Christmas special!

Kielder Water in Northumberland is the largest man made lake in northern Europe. Surrounded by 250 square miles of fantastic woodland, its one giant adventure playground for sailing, water skiing, mountain biking, horse riding and hiking. It’s also home to one of England’s largest populations of red squirrels, a bird of prey centre, an outdoor art & sculpture trail and the star-gazing Kielder Observatory.

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