15 Brilliant Days out with Older Kids

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Have you heard the dreaded words yet? 

“I’m bored!” 

Fear not, because Tots100 bloggers are experts at keeping kids entertained, and today we’re sharing 20 of our favourite ideas for family days out with school-aged kids. If you’ve got younger children, don’t miss our guide to days out with babies and toddlers! 

London and South East 

Got mini LEGO fans? Here’s a review of a family day out at LEGOLAND 

If you’re not afraid of heights then why not follow in Actually Mummy’s footsteps and climb Tower Bridge? 

Also in London, don’t miss Big Family Little Adventure’s review of Ripley’s Believe it or Not? 

Get historical in London with a search for Roman Londinium – find out more over at Dais Like These! 

How much fun does the Arcellormittal Slide in Stratford look? Check out the Rare Welshbit for a review! 

North & North West

There’s lots to do for families in York but if you fancy something new how about York Maze? (via Yorkshire Wonders) 

The Lake District is the perfect place to get outdoors and we love the look of Whinlatter Park near Keswick, for outdoor adventures

Got a military fan? The Royal Armoury in Leeds makes a fantastic day out for older kids, says Kids Days Out Reviews.  

We love the simple charm of these beach huts in the seaside town of Lytham St Annes! 

South West & Wales 

Bug Bird Bee took her family to admire the beautiful Roman Baths in Bath 

Head to Somerset for a day out at Longleat Safari Park – Blog Bay-Bee has a great review on her site. 

Why not get back to nature with a day on the beach in Tenby? Check out Life as a Mum for recommendations. 

Midlands 

How about a day out at the West Midland Safari Park? Adventure Mummy has a comprehensive review over on her site. 

There’s so much to do at Warwick Castle, check out this post from Mum in the Madhouse to whet your appetite. 

North East and East of England 

If you’re in the North East then don’t miss the gorgeous seaside town of Whitby – Colette from We’re Going on an Adventure has a lovely post about the highlights. 

Exhibition Park in Newcastle has free miniature train rides, play parks for all ages and a boating lake – what’s not to love? Check out NE Family Fun for more details. 

Scotland 

How about 5 Things to do with Kids in Glencoe? (via Rambling Through Parenthood) 

If you fancy getting on board a boat and seeing nature up close, how about a dolphin watching trip in Avoch

 

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

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