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.
Perfect for fans of fire engines!
Ground breaking museum.
See Roman life in the second-largest town in England with interactive & hands-on displays including stunning mosaics.
Historic stone circle where you can get up right to the stones and touch them for free!
Taste history in the beautiful village of Avebury set on the Wiltshire Downs!
A great day out on the Isle of Wight for all the family.
Isle of Wight
The Needles Old Battery is a spectacularly sited cliff-top fort overlooking the rocks. It has guns on the parade ground and lots of things to do.
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.
The National Railway Museum at Shildon, celebrates Shildon’s history as one of the world’s oldest railway towns.
Great entertainment for all the family
Quizzes and games, brass-rubbing and children's costumes, in our fantastic hands-on exhibition.
Learn more about a range of different species of animals!
Part of Natural History Museum housing over 5000 specimens of animals!
Foxton Canal Museum was opened in 1989.
Foxton Canal Museum is situated in the reconstructed Boiler House of the lift. It tells the story of the lift and canals it served for the public.
The Dorset Teddy Bear Museum.
Have a great Kids Day Out at Dorchester's unmissable family museum, plus Teddy Bear House, a unique family house with people sized bears.
Welcome to Brighton's iconic landmark!
An extraordinary and extravagant pleasure palace, built for the Prince Regent, later King George IV, in stages between 1787 and 1823.
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...
Enjoy 300 years of history through hands-on exhibits and displays.
Discover what family life was like. Interesting Schools sessions - dress up in Victorian Costumes.
Interactive and fun learning!
Dolls House Museum
Designed as a place to bring the whole family, Maple Street is the largest Dolls House and Miniature Shop in Europe.
Lots to do at the largest aircraft museum in the area.
With over 30 aircraft on display, plus large range of military vehicles. Special events, education activities.
Great Day out for families! & FREE
For a fantastic free day out with railway legends, daily demonstrations and interactive exhibits visit the National Railway Museum in York.
Educational and Exciting!
There is always something fun to do at the Museum of Farnham!
It is a great place to spend a rainy day or have a picnic in the garden when the weather is fine. Monthly Museum club. School visits.
Travel back millions of years to Age of the Dinosaur!
See animatronic dinosaurs, interactive exhibits, fossils and trails. Enjoy some Roar-some family fun in this fantastic exhibition!
Have fun seeing the evolution of computing & our UK digital history!
Lots of hands-on working exhibits: try vintage games in our ‘Pong to Playstation’ Zone with Pong, Pacman, and more. School visits.
Great air museum that kids will love!
Excellent air museum for all the family with many historic aircraft, activities and museum. Events throughout the year.
Another thing to do from Kids Days out.
Our recent £10million redevelopment has created dynamic and innovative new galleries that encourage you to get involved as you wander round.
Aviation and motor-sport museum!
Lots of family activities, hands-on-discovery centre. Much more to see than you can imagine. Tea room and gift shop.
The family home of Oliver Cromwell
The family home of Oliver Cromwell from 1636, there are exhibition rooms, and period rooms, with displays on Cromwell's life.
Interactive areas throughout our family!
Friendly museum allow all ages to get involved. Regular junior workshops, family events and a range of activities!
A great day out for all the family
Trace the fascinating history of Wiltshire.
Learn about Wiltshire and its environment and its people over the last 6,000 years. Collections from Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Site.
Situated adjacent to Rushcliffe Country Park for a great day out.
Home - Nottingham Great Central Railway, with access to 10 miles of ex-GCR line. Road & Rail transport heritage: locomotives, buses, etc.
Enjoy a great family day out.
This is one of the finest Romano-British archaeological sites in the UK. Our award-winning Exhibition and Visitor Centre offers a unique insight into Roman life in Britain.
Normal admission rules apply.
Imagine an open-air museum inside a massive modern building!
A network of streets with shops, a village green and even a pub... dating from Victorian times and the 1930s!
A motoring journey through the 20th century
Wonderful collections of cars, motorcycles, caravans and a huge toy collection of pedal cars & models.
Where children play to learn and grown-ups learn to play.
Come and explore the wreck of the Warship Anne!
Warship Anne is the best known surviving vessel from Samuel Pepys’ Restoration Navy. Travel back to 1749!
Explore this historical museum!
Was the County Tolbooth from 1600-1767 Stonehaven's oldest building, with local history displays and bygones.
All year award winning attraction with more than 70 aircraft. Adventure and picnic area. Helicopter rides. Coffee shop with hot meals.
World Heritage Site with awe inspiring stone circle.
A must visit for families, schools and visitors from abroad.
Make learning fun!
Family-friendly activities all year round at this popular community museum!
Packed full of inspiring art, fascinating social history and fun interactive gadgets. School groups welcome with prior bookings. School Holiday Workshops
The People's History Museum is the only national museum dedicated to the lives of ordinary people.
This free attraction is a great place to take the family!
Discover its labyrinth of secret wartime tunnels!
Explore the tunnels built deep in the White Cliffs of Dover. Sights, sounds and pathe news clips bring the drama of its role in WWII alive.
Just another idea for a day out with your kids.
Tyne and Wear
This museum combines the excavated remains of the fort with spectacular reconstructions and exciting, hands-on museum displays.
Museum and Arts and Crafts Centre!
Cottage Tearoom and Crafthouse Gallery. Small children's play area and picnic site. A variety of walks through the grounds of the Estate.
Come and explore the beautiful Dundonald Castle
Built for Robert II on his accession to the throne of Scotland in 1371 this fortified tower house was a residence for early Stewart kings for the next 150 years.
Lots here to see with regular events for the whole family.
This is the exciting story of the Corps of Royal Engineers. see their innovation & creativity including tanks, torpedoes, bridges.
Fantastic Grade II listed working watermill.
Free Entry for all. Fully accessible floors and adjacent 8.5 acre Local Nature Reserve. Open most Sundays, March - October.
Fine private collections of gemstones, crystals, minerals, rocks and fossils in Great Britain.
It houses one of the finest craft collections in the country.
Lots of regular hands-on events and activities in one of the most family friendly and accessible museums in the south east with an unusual Indian gateway in its grounds.
Stockwood Discovery Centre - A great place to take the kids and free!
Farming and domestic memorabilia, from the rural community that was Dalgarven.
Regularly changing display of vintage costumes from the museum's 1,000 or more collection.
The Haynes Motor Museum in Somerset is a great Kids Days Out
The Haynes Motor Museum in Somerset is just brilliant. Cars from around the world in a living, working museum with over 400 cars & bikes, plus kids activities.
This living recreation of a tropical rainforest is a great place for a day out
Houses an exotic collection of tropical plants and animals under glasshouses, making it a perfect all-weather, family attraction.
Find out about 19th century tartans, Royal commemorative china and the life of local musician and composer, J. Scott Skinner.
One of our ideas for things to do for the family.
Discover the American way of life from colonial times, the joys and hardships of American children. Set in 30 acres of beautiful parkland.
Dumfries & Galloway
Good Museum - Take a look at varied items from the past with lots of interesting displays.
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.
A great day out for all the family!
With its entertaining & creative workshops, friendly interactive galleries & an outdoor Story Garden, The Bowes Museum is first choice for family fun.
The Museum for Dorset!
Leave the streets of our Georgian town....
Feel transported to an exotic Caribbean island! The Rum Story tells the story of our connections with the New World.
Lots to see and do in this splendid medieval Palace.
Home of the Bishops of Bath and Wells for 800 years. 14 acres of gardens including the springs from which Wells is named.
Award winning museum.
Featuring many hands-on displays showing Colchester's history from the Stone Age to the Civil War.
Built around 1700.
The island’s only surviving windmill has most of its original machinery. Explore its four floors, see how it operated with our working model.
Fun for all the family!
Following the trail of Sirius the dog!
Discover how astronomers and musicians William and Caroline Herschel lived in Georgian times, and what wonders they discovered!
Museum of Roman Britain with lots of interesting exhibits including mosaics.
Visit our Cornish Cyder Farm
Where there are plenty of things to do for the whole family. Tractor rides, farm friendly animals, homemade lunches and teas.
Come rain or shine there’s lots to see and do
This is a perfect day out for all ages. Not just a museum!
Home to the Villainous Sheriff of Nottingham,the museum portrays Nottingham's horrible history through child-friendly tours and more!
Great rides including the Skyraker 001.
Plenty of action here plus more sedate areas including the Victorian Village.
Book Mobile Tickets
Cocololate Paradise for the whole family
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.
Loads of kids fun!
Dress up in Victorian costume, pose for a portrait picture. Play cook at the mini kitchen range. Delve into history on the touch screen.
Exciting all-weather family visitor attraction.
Regular hands-on animal activities, two massive indoor playbarns, lots of outdoor play and driving activities. Museums, tea-rooms & gift shop.
Full 'Steam' ahead for a great day out in Swindon
STEAM is an interactive, hands-on history of the people & locomotives who built & operated the Great Western Railway. Cafeteria.
Discover farming through the ages
Discover farming through the ages and learn about the rural history of Cambridgeshire with objects displays and interactives for all ages.
Killhope is a fully restored 19th century lead mine.
You experience the life and work of the local lead mining families. Huge working waterwheel.
Ghost tours. School visits.
A wonderful atmosphere of Edwardian living in the home of the Stanford family for over 130 years.
An exhibition about the history of Creetown. Historical photographs, audio and video presentations, local arts & crafts.
Popular with schools. Full programme of family events.
Indoor for Kids -Set in an old woollen mill the Museum tells the story of its past, as well as hosing many other exhibits.
Brilliant events programme
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.
Get really hands-on here!
Edward Booth's collection is a fascinating – and quirky – celebration of natural history. Hands-on natural history in the interactive Discovery gallery.
Welcome Visit the Roald Dahl Museum, a great little family attraction in the heart of Roald Dahl country.
One of our ideas for things to do.
Living history 19th century farm Waggoner with heavy horse works the land; vintage machinery; rare breeds, hand-milked cows and much more!
The collections dating from 1600
The collections dating from 1600 are displayed in a fine timber-framed building located in the most ancient part of Cambridge.
Lot of things to do for kids here.
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.
The largest independent air museum in Britain with plenty of things to do for kids!
Over 50 historic aircraft including Tornado GR4, Spitfire & the rarely-seen Nimrod MR2. Large range of military vehicles.
Another one of our days out with the kids.
Special Events: Spring into Easter, April 4. Classic Cars May 2, on our 1950s working farm with dairy cows, sheep, pigs, and much more!
Bristol's No.1 Attraction ideal for School trips
Enjoy the Cultural New Walk Museum and Art Gallery!
Leicester's oldest museum has wide-ranging collections spanning the natural and cultural world, special discover area for 2s to 8s.
Looking for a great day out in Devon? Try this!
A great Aircraft attraction for all the family.
If you like aircraft this is the place for you with over 30 aircraft and plenty more to see.
Peer down the oldest toilets you may ever see!
An educational and fun place to visit!
Free kids activities at this wow museum. See entry!
Step back in time and explore how medicine has changed with our brilliant hands-on exhibitions as we tell the story of medicine!
More than you can imagine! Enjoy the fascinating Camera Obscura Show.
More fun than you can imagine - 5 floors of interactive hands-on fun! Fantastic views of Edinburgh and 3 galleries full of amazing optical experiences.
A great day out for families, nature and history lovers, and outdoor adventurers.
Filled with fun exhibitions, 3 cinemas inc. IMAX (charges apply) and galleries!
The National Media Museum is a FREE fun day out for the whole family devoted to film, photos, TV, radio & the web. Restaurant, Cafe.
The museum is set in parkland
Displays exhibits relating to Northampton's varied history including, military history, 19-century fashion gallery and leathercraft gallery.
Local history museum with restored Jacobean knot garden.
Plenty of special features for children!
Learn about fossils that transform into dinosaurs, prehistoric crocodiles and fish, a diorama of local animals and birds and much more!
An outstanding family day out!
Four gadget-packed pavilions themed around the elements of earth, air, fire and water. Outside, use state-of-the-art outdoor adventure playground.
Take a look at our great day out!
A great day out for all the family whatever the weather.
Butterflies, Theme Gardens, Museums and Exotic animal rescue centre, cafe, play and picnic area.
Travel back in time at Castell Henllys
Family Fun at Tudor World