Discover the secrets of Canterbury Cathedral
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Family Fun at Tudor World
Family Friendly Museum in Basingstoke
Cruise along the waterways!
A charming day out for the family
The historical ancient village of Chysauster is an Iron Age settlement which was occupied around 2000 years ago and is the ideal place for sachool trips in Cornwall.
A West India merchant house
A West India merchant house is displayed as it might have looked in the 18th century. Home to the slave Pero...
Historic Maiden Castle Dorset
Stockwood Discovery Centre - A great place to take the kids and free!
Pan for gold at Geevor Tin Mine.
See how tin mining took place. Walk through narrow tunnels with a guide who brings to life the conditions of the miners.
Britain’s original dinosaurs museum.
Award-winning museum in Dorset on your kids days out - fossils, skeletons and life-sized dinosaur reconstructions with multimedia and hands on displays.
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Originally a lodge to the Great House
Originally a lodge to the Great House where Queen Elizabeth I once stayed, the Red Lodge is often described as Bristol's 'hidden treasure'.
Have one of your days out at this museum housed in a beautiful Victorian farmstead
Have one of your days out at this museum housed in a beautiful Victorian farmstead this is much more than a run of the mill museum.
The Museum for Dorset!
Cable cars, spectacular caverns and hilltop park in Derbyshire
Learn all about the last Ice Age!
This great museum focuses on the rich natural heritage of North Essex.
Hands on displays plus churchyard Nature Reserve and well stocked shop. Excellent School sessions.
Local stories bringing local history to life
The Higgins, Bedford - come and visit
Visit our transformed Museum and art gallery - something for everyone.
Discover Canterbury by boat
Award winning museum.
Featuring many hands-on displays showing Colchester's history from the Stone Age to the Civil War.
Come rain or shine there’s lots to see and do
Discover the Newport Medieval Ship for yourself
For high drama and explosive action.
Fort Nelson’s the place to visit! Enjoy large-scale historical battle re-enactments, exciting hands-on children’s holiday activities.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor House - a great place to learn about life in centuries past
Lots to learn at Bristol Cathedral
A community farm with lots to explore and learn
As well as our friendly farm animals and 37 acres of fields and woodland to explore, we have plenty more attractions to entertain the family.
Visit one of the finest and largest open-air museums in the UK
An Underground Adventure
The history of coal and more!
See Coal Town: the true story of coal mining in Northumberland. Set off in 1918... walking to work. Cram into the ‘cage’ like a sardine.
Always something for everyone at Tullie House!
Fun, hands-on exhibits and games: fire a Roman weapon, climb our life-sized section of Hadrian’s Wall or visit the badgers’ set.
Learn about the history of Norwich!
Ground breaking museum.
See Roman life in the second-largest town in England with interactive & hands-on displays including stunning mosaics.
Brighten up your day at our free, family workshops!
For a creative day out drop in to one of our family workshops and explore Croydon's history in our engaging galleries!
Contains exhibits of everyday life
Contains exhibits of everyday life from centuries past including an impressive domestic equipment gallery. One of our great Kids Days Out
Great entertainment for all the family
Quizzes and games, brass-rubbing and children's costumes, in our fantastic hands-on exhibition.
Fun and educational day out!
An educational and fun place to visit!
Discover the story of King Richard III
Exciting Family Adventures!
Historical fun for all the family!
Discover the incredible story of the last English king to die in battle and the first to be DNA tested
Outstanding and diverse range of objects
Outstanding and diverse range of objects, from sea dinosaurs to magnificent art.
Lived in by the Berkeley family that built it in 1117. Edward II murdered here and Civil War damage remains.
Make learning fun!
Great school trip destination!
Take the causeway to this magnificent historic castle or go by boat if the tide is in.
Children's quizzes and events throughout the season. Why not join the National Trust before you go and get in free. See our banner offer.