Meet a real racing driver, get up close to a Formula 3 car and drive a ‘virtual’ car on the race simulator at the exciting Pit Stop event at Enginuity, Coalbrookdale over the weekend of 9 and 10 March. The day will be packed with fun and hands-on activities for visitors of all ages to enjoy including having a go at changing a wheel on the F3 car.
Looking for something to do with the kids, list days out
With not one but two bank holiday weekends in May (6th and 27th) don’t risk being bored and stuck at home, when instead you could be having the time of your life with friends and family* at The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience.
With two locations, London and Manchester, it doesn’t matter which half of the UK you hail from. Take your pick or even tackle both in the same month as an all-weather attraction, the inevitable showers won’t rain on your parade, wreaking havoc on your bank holiday plans.
Plans for a brand-new leisure development have been submitted for Gulliver's World in Warrington.
The family business, which has been running for over 40 years has seen great success, and rapid expansion- recently starting work to construct their fourth Theme Park Resort, which is located in Rotherham.
2019 will see exciting new additions to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort when it reopens for the new season. From March 2019, LEGO® fans will be able to enjoy an awesome day out with “THE LEGO® MOVIE” Daysat the Resort and spring will see the opening of a spooktacular new ride; TheHaunted House Monster Party.
“The LEGO® MOVIE” DAYS
Exploding into 2019 - Wookey Hole Caves are better than ever!
With the first half term break of the year just around the corner the top Somerset tourist attraction is gearing up to welcome families to an experience like no other.
Featuring more than 20 indoor and outdoor attractions at one scenic site set amongst the Mendip Hills, Wookey Hole Caves remains a favourite with families looking for a value for money day out over the holidays.
This February half term, new research reveals that one in six (16%)1 parents are planning a family staycation, whilst just over a third (34%)2 will stay put at home.
That means families up and down the UK will be looking for fun activities to fill the half term break – which not only can be an extra-added stress for busy mums and dads, but also can be costly.
This Valentine’s Day, love birds can enjoy a visit to the birthplace of one of the most romantic pieces of literature of all time, Romeo and Juliet, and explore Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon on a three-day tour with Rabbie’s (www.rabbies.com).
Enjoy a skippered sail in a beautiful 1930s sailing yacht on the Norfolk Broads this season. Here at Hunter’s Yard we not only offer boats for hire to sailors, but we can provide non-sailors with a wonderful experience on the Broads too. Up to four people can enjoy a skippered sail starting at £79 for a 2 hour sail (that’s for the boat, not per person) where you can either sit back and let the Skipper take the helm, or you can help out as much or as little as you like. Your skipper will gladly ‘teach you the ropes’ if you’re keen to learn. Longer sails are available too.