Summer Days and the Great Outdoors
If you wish to spend some awesome days out in the South West to enjoy this summer to the full, I’ve got exactly what you need! Regardless of the hobbies and preferences of your little ones, there’s going to be something for them to get excited about from tree top adventures to theme parks. You’ll love your summer, take my word for it!
Adventure Wonderland – Christchurch, Dorset
Adventure Wonderland is the best idea for your mini thrill seekers! This fun theme park is designed for children between 3 and 10 years of age. It boasts plenty of rides suitable for these tiny adventurous souls. The Runaway Train, the ‘Jabberwocky’, the Voyo Swings, the Flying Elephants, and the Ghostly Galleon are only a few of the fascinating adventures waiting for the kids to give them a try. Book with Picniq now and get 20% discount on your tickets.
Museum of Witchcraft – Boscastle, Cornwall
If you want to enjoy an impressive collection of witchcraft artefacts and regalia, then Boscastle is the place to go! While there, remember to take a break at a table in the side cafe where you can enjoy some delicious foods and refreshments.
Eden Project – Par, Cornwall
The Humid Tropics Biome and the Warm Temperate Biome are two giant geodesic conservatories you’ll find in a deep crater. If your little ones are gardeners or conservationists, they will be thrilled to see this man-made rainforest with its amazing plants and exhibitions. Dinosaur Uprising is another must-see within the Eden Project. You’ll have the opportunity to get some neat dinosaur stamps and have fun even long after leaving the site.
Longleat Safari Park – Warminster, Wiltshire
Longleat is home to some of the coolest attractions in the area such as Adventure Park Longleat House, Jungle Kingdom, Penguin Bay, Safari Drive Adventure, and many others! This is your best chance to see majestic lions, hilarious monkeys, fierce cheetahs and wandering rhinos. This drive-through safari is also the perfect opportunity for you to feed some deer!
Spreading over a 19 acre area, the park boasts some state-of-the-art exhibitions, as well as climb-on sculptures and luxuriant gardens. Your little artists will be thrilled to unleash their creativity by trying out a wide range of arts and crafts. Don’t forget to visit the Totem Circle, the year-round performance area of this park. Your little ones will love the Adventure Playground where they will climb on lots of obstacles and will speed down on incredible funnel slides.
Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park – Poole, Dorset
Farmer Palmer’s is the paradise of budding farmers. They will have a wide range of choices of outdoor and indoor playgrounds, some exciting bumpy tractor rides, as well as lots of cute animals to watch. Energetic children will spend their time in the bouncing castles and in the Maize Maze (available only from July to October). The woodland walk is a great opportunity for beautiful photos.
Clip ‘n’ Climb – Exeter, Devon
Take your tiny little monkeys to the Jungle Gym to test their climbing speed and their Checkerplate abilities. This entertaining activity is a great method to develop their team spirit and their self confidence.
Gloucester Ski and Snowboard Centre – Gloucester, Gloucestershire
This indoor sports centre is one of the top favourites of little adventurers. Featuring a 230 metre slope and a nursery slope for beginners, this is the ideal place to enjoy ski and snowboarding without needing to put up with the cold. The snowflex fun park and the Big Airbag are also quite popular among the little visitors of this centre.
Winchester Science Centre – Winchester, Hampshire
Little scientists will find this museum absolutely fascinating. They have very good reasons for that, as the museum hosts over 100 quirky science exhibits. Keep tabs on their news to take advantage of the awesome event this summer!